The follow are opportunities to join Indicorps staff – apply immediately.
Who we are and who we want:
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”
— Margaret Mead
Indicorps is an entrepreneurial organization run by a small, tight-knit community of critical thinkers committed to transforming the world. Our “work” extends conventional boundaries, and includes both philosophical and practical discussions regarding the vision of the organization’s future, pressing social issues, and potential paths towards personal growth.
Given our desire to learn and innovate – as individuals, as an organization, and as a community – we are looking for multi-faceted, dynamic individuals who aspire to effect meaningful change by inspiring individuals to realize their inner capacities. If you are looking for an opportunity to engage with India in a critical, intensely personal way, and hope to meet people with the conviction to effect meaningful change, then you are an ideal Indicorps staff candidate!
Through intensive, grassroots-level engagement, Indicorps hopes to build a new brand of socially conscious leaders with the character, conviction, commitment, and vision to transform themselves and those around them.
Our core fellowship program aims to inspire a new generation of global Indian leaders through structured one- and two-year grassroots service opportunities in India. We firmly believe that contributing to the development of India at a grassroots level will help Indians around the world better understand their heritage, explore ways to strengthen the global Indian community, and encourage civic responsibility at home in their respective countries.
Indicorps manages the fellowship program, project creation and fellowship support from Ahmedabad, Gujarat. Indicorps fellowships span 9 states and a range of topics from education to public health to migrant and artisan-based services.
1) Project Development Manager(s) are responsible for facilitating the project development process for the Indicorps fellowship program, and serve as the liaison between Indicorps, partner NGOs, and the corresponding fellowship class.
2) Fellowship Coordinator(s) are the conceptual, logistical, and administrative architects for the fellowship program, and are responsible for overseeing the progress of individual fellows over the course of the fellowship year.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Project Development Manager(s):
In addition to the above characteristics, it is important that a candidate possess the following experience and skills:
How to Apply:
Please email resume, and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org