Intersectional Career Counselling

Since the beginning of June, we are running "Career Counseling with Mental Justice" program - group counselling, one-to-one guidance, online admissions support, family counseling, information about various courses and scholarships according to each youth's interest, aptitude, and needs. Most importantly, this is with the understanding that youth's education prospects are not an individual matter but … Continue reading Intersectional Career Counselling

Scholarships to Ensure Continuation in Higher Education

Scholarships are most commonly given on the basis of merit; however, exam percentage is often based on socio-economic status which is not possible for youth in communities who actually need financial support. Youth from vulnerable and marginalised communities not only need financial support but also moral support which can be provided by even a small … Continue reading Scholarships to Ensure Continuation in Higher Education