FLP combines leadership and community service, making it easier for 16- to 25-year-olds to contribute to social well-being. It empowers next generation leaders with social entrepreneurial skills to make a meaningful impact on society, making the world a better place to live.
YVO’s Future Leaders Program (FLP) invites applications from students and educational institutions to join the new batch starting in March 2022. The program introduces social entrepreneurship in the minds of young people, integrates leadership and social work, and makes social work more accessible to 16-year-olds. – 25 years.
Candidates wishing to apply for the FLP can register online on the official website of the Young Volunteers Organization. The new batch starts on March 6, 2022 The last date to submit the application is 18 February 2022 It is an online program and anyone can register from anywhere in India and abroad Each batch, with a maximum of 50 students, will have 8 sessions of 1 to 1.5 hours each, divided into 4 weekends. YVO does not charge a fee for providing FLP and its memorable experience to its participants. More details about future batches and dates can be found on the official website.
Programs for future leaders
The Future Leaders Program (FLP) was launched in 2020 by the Young Volunteers Organization (YVO), an Indian non-profit organization. Since its inception, IIM Ranchi, IIM Ahmedabad, Harvard Business School, KLS Gogte Institute of Technology (Belgaum), Mrs. Kashibai Navale Medical College Pune, Rockwell International School Hyderabad and more have participated in and benefited from this program.
FLP helps students go deeper into the work of a nonprofit organization and teaches skills that are useful in today’s world such as digital marketing, fundraising and social innovation. FLP builds the necessary leadership skills in students by encouraging them to communicate and interact with each other and with various NGOs through various projects and assignments.
It is conceived and managed by skilled professionals and industry architects in various fields who are alumni of reputed Indian as well as international institutions like Mudra Institute of Communications, Ahmedabad (MICA), South Indian Education Society (SIES), Harvard Business School, Stanford. Business School, London Business School and much more.
Siddhartha Ladsaria, Founder Volunteer, Youth Volunteer Organization and FLP says, “Providing social entrepreneurial skills among young people can play an important role in the overall development of young people and allow them to contribute to the development of their own community. The skills that participants gain from YVO’s Future Leaders program are beneficial to being an active member of an organization or community and fundamental to becoming a future leader. ”
“FLP is a great platform and an opportunity for participants to connect with like-minded people as well as help students improve their leadership, teamwork, communication, decision making and critical thinking skills. They are the real leaders who can positively impact the world, “Siddhartha added.
“FLP is an amazing program that expands your understanding of the challenges and needs of the world. The energy of the participants throughout the program was contagious. It is also a great way to connect with a group of eminent professionals from reputed organizations who have contributed to accelerate the development of India, ”said Anamika Singh, MBA student and participant at Harvard Business School – FLP, Batch 1.
“Through FLP, I have not only been able to take an in-depth look at the work of an NGO, but have also learned the importance of gratitude, teamwork, decision-making, communication and critical thinking; The skills each leader needs to make a positive difference. My favorite activity was an online fundraising campaign that gave each participant a very hands-on experience. I also cherish the realization that the more privileges I have, the more opportunities and responsibilities I have to help those who do not. Overall, FLP will be one of the most memorable experiences for me and I highly recommend it to everyone, “said Tanishka Patil, a second year engineering student, KLS Gogte Institute of Technology, Belgaum and participant – FLP, Batch 3.
YVO is grateful to his team and participants. It recognizes and thanks the efforts of its consultants and implementing partners, for helping FLP create an invaluable program for our youth.