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  1. Giving back can be very good for you … and for others!

  2. What does student community at IIM A thinks about community work? Reference: Be-Cause, An ISPE project study

  3. An idea… To create a bridge between people who would like to contribute their time and energy to a social cause, and social organizations in need of volunteers in Just-in-Time Youth is not useless but just used less ! Presented to: Prof. Anil Gupta Presented by: Vikas Agarwal 25/02/2007

  4. Clearing house for Volunteers Event

  5. Benefits • Personal satisfaction • Sharing of resources • Knowledge sharing • Extensible model • Critical situations • Hygiene Factor • Networking

  6. Website: The way forward • Concept description on homepage • Registration form • Name, Age, Preferences, Location, Blood Group, Phone number, E mail address • Partner NGO/ Activities descriptions • Auto reminders/ Scheduling • Discussion Forums • Event calendar • Back end requirements • Server, Database, Maintenance team

  7. Proposed solution • Target Youth: Working population and College students (First Phase) • Promotion: Personal publicity & newsletter • Primarily contact through emails (and SMS) • Website: Yuva (www.yuvaunstoppable.org)

  8. Challenges • How to give volunteerism the attention it deserves? • How to manage the complex model? • Use of Mobile Technology • Website Management • Dedicated People • How to reach volunteers?

  9. Goal • Smooth execution • Awareness about the program • Tangible and meaningful results • No excuses stage for volunteers • Rapid expansion once base model ready