FUEL is organising a workshop for CSR professionals in Education & Skill. In this one-day workshop, top experts from the Cambridge Judge Business School, UK will walk you through how to develop a strong strategy and some of the tools you’ll need to achieve your Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programme goals. Not only will you receive insightful views on your CSR strategy, but you’ll also have the chance to network with other like-minded professionals.
The sessions will be delivered online.
Date for the workshop is 5 Feb 2022.
2 PM to 8 PM
Identifying needs and Reporting
Impact in the local context
Partnership and Collaboration
Joint Participation certificate would be awarded from Center for Strategic Philanthropy, Cambridge Judge Business School and FUEL.
A convocation ceremony is scheduled for 6 Feb 2022 at the hands of government officials in Pune.
Renowned speakers from Cambridge Judge Business School, UK
Nominate a leading professional from a program team (program manager/program coordinator) putting his/her efforts on the field to make an impact. The nominee should have at least 2 years of experience in the CSR domain for the Education & Skill Development sector (Not necessarily with your organisation). You can nominate only 2 persons (separate nominations using the link below)
Register here https://bit.ly/csrfortomorrow
FUEL is working globally with fortune 500 companies’ sustainability initiatives to provide STEM learning, scholarships, and Future skills training support to the students from weaker sections of the society with a special focus on women empowerment & Soldiers children. FUEL has impacted over 1.1 million youth globally. Founders of FUEL are alumni of Cambridge University and have received appreciation from the hon’able Prime Minister and the President of India. It has provided scholarships to more than 10000 underprivileged students and future skills training for over 80000 underserved youth in technology and management in India and Career Counseling and coaching for 10,000 girls of Uganda.
Friends Union for Energising Lives (FUEL) stems from the understanding that the youth in India form one of the most vulnerable groups, who on the one hand are expected to be the leaders to determine the destiny of India, and on the other lack essential information and opportunities to succeed in life.