“Students like us do not have a future!!”
This rather chilling statement from a 13 year old Lakish is the genesis of United Efforts.
“I am good at Math, but I need to improve in English if I want to pass in 10th. But what use is it? When I pass my 10th exams, who is going to tell me which course to join, which college to join and how will I pay the fees?”
That was his explanation to why students like him did not have a future.
Our young students from economically weaker sections lack exposure. They are unable to understand the link between education and profession. Unlike students from privileged backgrounds whose parents are professionals, these children are limited to what they see around them and unclear on the educational pathways that can lead them to a career they can thrive in.
The dots between education and profession when connected, helps students visualize the jigsaw puzzle of their life falling in place.
21st Century Skills enabled
STEAM* Career Planning Curriculum
We empower and equip students to be the architects of their own future
What is Information technology sector all about?
Students have a right to information. Let us build their problem solving and planning skills and power them for a successful career ahead…
Let us power our students with INFORMATION about OPPORTUNITIES.
Let us power our students with REFLECTION and SELF KNOWLEDGE.
Let us power our students with COMMUNICATION and DECISION-MAKING skills.
Let us power our students with PROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS
Let us power our students to smoothly transition from EDUCATION to PROFESSION.
High School Students from Economically Weaker Sections are taking Informed Action for their Future and Powering an Equitable India.
By 2030, empower 2 crore high school students from economically weaker sections with 21st century skills enabled STEAM Career planning curriculum.
COMING SOON !!!
Board of Advisors
Our Advisors believe in us and our vision and are constantly nudging us
to push our boundaries and deliver our best to the children.
Lt General (Retd) PRAKASH MENON
Retired Lieutenant General of Indian Army