Teh Tarik Session! Journey to explore social enterprises in India: A 15-day train ride
(only 15 slots left, as of 10th Dec, 11am)


Venue: The Red Box, 113 Somerset Rd, Singapore 238165 (nearest MRT: Somerset)
Date: Thursday, 10th January 2019
Time: 7pm to 9pm (Dinner starts at 6.30pm)

You can sign up on either
YCS portal or this survey- http://bit.ly/tehtarikindia

Description
Can businesses help make the world a better place?

Curious to learn about what businesses can do in the development space, Zhong Han is embarking on the Jagriti Yatra to explore social enterprises in India! Through this Teh Tarik session, he hopes to share some observations and stories about his adventure with you!

Jagriti Yatra is an ambitious 15-day train journey of discovery and transformation - a 8000 km national odyssey to meet role models - social and business entrepreneurs of the country. The vision of Jagriti is 'building India through enterprise'.
40 international participants are chosen each year and many (both international and local participants) go on to make a huge impact in our world. This program has been publicised on TED, DBS Foundation and many other international platforms as an amazing learning journey for aspiring change-makers.


Event Programme
6.30pm – Registration / Dinner
7.00pm – Introduction to YCS/Icebreakers
7.15pm – Sharing session and activities
8.15pm– Q & A
8.45pm - survey / phototaking
9.00pm - End of session
*Dinner is provided

About our speaker
Zhong Han is a Cohort 7 Youth Corps Singapore Leader. He is passionate about life, learning and service to others, with a healthy disregard for the impossible and a divine discontent for the status quo. After working on some social and environmental initiatives in Singapore, his burning desire to learn how to do good better (and his itchy backside) led him to a 15 day train ride to understand the India of smaller villages through the lens of enterprise.

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