Press Release: Coffee and Conversations on Social Entrepreneurship

NEW DELHI, April 13, 2017

MASH Project along with Ashoka India, two non-profits organizations, are jointly organising a series of ‘Coffee and Conversations on Social Entrepreneurship’ events. A total of 8 Enactus chapters from colleges across Delhi University, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, and Jamia Millia Islamia, will be participating in these special interactions to be conducted from 17th April till 20th April, 2017.

A two hour interactive session in each college will be led by Mr. Yashveer Singh – Director, Youth Venture, Ashoka. He’s also the founder of National Social Entrepreneurship Forum and a Forbes 30 under 30 achievers. He will be accompanied by Mr. Ajit Singh, Founder of Anant Learning and Development and an Ashoka Fellow,  who will present insights from his journey to serve as an inspiration for the young change-makers.

The aim of the series is to create a platform where experienced social entrepreneurs indulge in one-to-one interaction with budding social entrepreneurs. Facilitating key tools to reach their full potential, hence, multiply their impact of social offerings. It will be an opportunity for the participants to get hands on guidance with their ongoing and future projects, replacing possible challenges with tangible solutions.

Here’s presenting the 4 days schedule:

Monday, April 17, 2017
                                                    10am – 12pm: Kirorimal College
                                                      2pm – 4pm:   Indraprastha College for Women

Tuesday, April 18, 2017
                                                    12pm – 2pm:   Jesus and Mary College
                                                      4pm – 6pm:   Lady Sri Ram College

Wednesday, April 19, 2017
                                                    10am – 12pm: Motilal Nehru College
                                                      2pm – 4pm:   Jamia Millia Islamia

Thursday, April 20, 2017
                                                    11am – 1pm:   Shaheed Sukhdev College for Business Studies
                                                      3pm – 5pm:    Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for                                                                                 Women

About MASH Project
MASH Project is a youth-led non-profit organization, working to create an ecosystem for young social change-makers. It regularly organise cause-based community meet-ups, consult nonprofits, conduct experiential workshops on diverse sets of skills, provide support to events and campaigns, and lend media support to inspiring grass-root stories.
www.mashglobal.org

About Ashoka
Ashoka is the largest global network of leading social entrepreneurs—individuals with new ideas to systemically address the world’s biggest challenges and entrepreneurial skills, transforming ideas into national, regional and global social impact. Its vision is to create a world in which everyone is a change-maker—a society that responds quickly and effectively to challenges, and where each individual has the freedom, confidence and societal support to address any social problem.
www.ashoka.org

About Enactus
Enactus is an international non-profit organization that works with leaders in business and higher education to mobilize university students for making a difference in their communities while developing skills to become socially responsible business leaders. Participating students form teams on their university campuses and apply business concepts to develop outreach projects for people in need.
www.enactus.org

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