A short video about Project Dosti's work in India:
Upcoming EventsWednesday, Jan 26 8-9pm Info Session in Old Union Room 212
Project DOSTI provides participants with an opportunity to learn more about India, create connections with local communities, and work with some of India's foremost social leaders.
Project DOSTI provides students with the opportunity to:
DOSTI volunteers are students from Stanford University---working towards fulfilling a recognized need in a particular community. In the field, Dosti volunteers participate in a variety of projects which attempt to match individual strengths to specific facets of the proposed project.
As participants in Project Dosti, volunteers play an active role in the implementation and design of the project. They will be in unfamiliar circumstances and will develop personal skills to meet challenges.
Project Dosti ultimately seeks to equip participants with a new understanding of a foreign environment in order to change attitudes and actions at home.
Past Projects have included:
This year’s trips will send participants to volunteer for a minimum of 6 weeks with one of two selected non-governmental organizations in India: the AGN School in Tamil Nadu and Vijay Foundation Trust (VFT) in Andhra Pradesh (see ‘Summer Trip’ for more info). After volunteers have returned from their trips, they will be responsible for planning an awareness event concerning the issues they worked on organizing the next year's trip.
Email Project Dosti at projectdosti [at] gmail.com
How to Get Involved
Donating to Our Volunteer Sites
To donate to the Aarti Home, please visit www.vftrust.org/donate.htm.
To donate to the AGN School, please write a check to:
Payee: Tamil Nadu Foundation
Memo: AGN School, Gift Foundation Project
Tamil Nadu Foundation, Inc.
c/o Mani Rajendran
18723 Morgan Circle
Naperville, IL 60565
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