Our team is now in India, and one of the first things we did was arrange a tour of a large slum in New Delhi. We did this through PETE, a local nonprofit that provides free educational programs,. This tour was very informative and we wanted to write up a quick post on some of the biggest things we learned.
Published below are our processes and research questions that we use as a guide when researching priority programs. We have made it a Google document so that interested individuals can comment on specific sections.
We are extremely interested in feedback on all elements of this document as it has a large influence on the first broad phase of our project. We have dramatically improved this document as we have progressed, in large part due to getting feedback from our advisors. We expect that it will be improved by further feedback as well.
We wanted to publish a quick update of a summary timeline and broad phases of our project. All these numbers are tentative, and we expect they will change as we conduct the research and get a better sense of each step. Throughout this whole process there will also be ongoing logistical and meta-work to support these main activities.
There are many different ways and levels to help out at Charity Entrepreneurship. The higher the level of involvement, the more difficult it will be to apply for. Our strongest employees have often started at a low level of involvement and consistently demonstrated that they could handle higher levels of responsibility. For our highest level of involvement we would almost always require someone to start off at a lower level first to test out whether they are a good fit for our organization. The below table offers some guidelines for the different roles and expectations of each level of involvement.
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