Live on Lark – Financial & Legal Tips for Startups

Lark is the Next-Gen communication and collaboration platform to work with teams anytime, anywhere. It enables organizations and individuals to achieve their goals and enhances efficiency. Lark is the true all-in-one, mobile-first collaboration experience for distributed teams, built to maximize efficiency and bring joy back to the workday. Building on Lark’s philosophy, Live on Lark…

A journey to empathetic leadership!

Today, we are a  part of a technology driven society and with artificial intelligence doing almost what a human can do. Where do humans stand against robots? What can we offer what robots can’t? To redefine the definitions of leadership and introducing the component of empathy to the leadership, MASH Project Foundation in collaboration with…

Let’s MASH Up- Rendevouz

MASH Project Foundation organized its virtual Rendezvous on Friday, 4th September 2020. Seeing the current situation of the new normal and keeping in mind the what people are going through, the theme for the rendezvous was kept “Let’s MASH Up”. The central idea of the theme was to connect all the MASHkots and give them…

Social Media Redefining the Pursuit of Social Change

“Don’t use social media to impress people; use it to impact people” – Dave WillisIn just one decade, social media has become a crucial part of everyone’s daily life. It is the most accessible, affordable, and feasible platform to connect with the world. The most widely used social media platforms are Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and…

Session On Creating Thriving Relationships

Mash Project Foundation organized a session about “Creating Thriving Relationship“ on 30th August 2020. The speaker for the session was Ms. Vishwa Modi. She is a mental health therapist at The Mood Space.It was an interactive session focused on how to create a thriving relationship where she shared her learning, experiences and discussed the problems…

Youth and Entrepreneurship in the 21st Century

MASH Project Foundation organized an Online Conference Youth in Action: Building the New Normal on Wednesday, 12th August 2020. It was a two-hour long conference with one hour of a panel discussion followed by an hour-long skilling session. The session was organized in partnership with Teach for India. The panel discussion had multi-stakeholders together. The…

Workshop on Active Listening

Mash Project Foundation organised a workshop about “Active listening“ on 16th august, 2020. The speaker for the session was Ms. Vishwa Modi. She is a mental health therapist at The Mood Space. It was an interactive session focussed on mental health where she shared her learnings and experiences and discussed the problems which participants have…

Chat with Changemaker session – July 2020

Mash organized “Chat with Changemaker” session on 31st July 2020. The speaker for the session was Ms. Anu Sachdev, Co-founder and Director of The Change Designers and changemaker herself.  Anu shared her life learnings by initiating candid conversations. She focused on identifying and discussing the importance of 21st century skills. The session began with a…

Measuring Impact : Evaluating Development Programs Through Mixed Method Approach

MASH Project Foundation organized a Workshop on Measuring Impact: Evaluating Development Programs Through Mixed Methods Research on Friday, 24th July 2020, The workshop was designed for college students, researchers and working professionals who are looking to understand evaluations and impact measurement in the development sector landscape.  The workshop seeked to answer 3 broad questions –…

Community Connect: Unlocking Skills for Yuva

MASH Project Foundation organized an interactive session on ‘Community Connect: Unlocking Skills for Yuva’ on 15th July 2020. This year’s theme for World Youth Skills Day was “Skills for a Resilient Youth”. The whole session was led by multi-stakeholders together which provided a platform to our young audience to learn from the panelists, followed by…

Crises Response for Amphan Campaign by MASH

Super Cyclonic Storm Amphan hit Eastern India especially West Bengal on May 2020. It was a category 5 cyclone and caused tremendous damage to life and property. People were left homeless and there was scarcity of basic services and relief material.In these times, when nature was at its deadliest, MASH Project Foundation came forward and…

#SkillfulSaturday Session on Resume Building for our MashKots

MASH Project Foundation organized an interactive session on ‘Resume Building’ on 18th July 2020 led by Aishwariya Chauhan, Head, Student Engagement, Talerang for its volunteers under its initiative #SkillfulSaturday, which is an initiative for our community of youth volunteers (MashKots) to train them with skills required to become changemakers. A well-written resume is a key to…

Can skilling save India’s youth’s future?

The impact of COVID-19 is widely seen all over the world. India with it’s over 300 million youth population is going through one of the worst crisis in history. The income loss, major lay-offs, salary cuts and unclarity on the future of work is creating an environment of despair among India’s youth.    Many public…