Volunteer Speak - Pallavi

posted Mar 16, 2011, 10:44 AM by Aashayein Foundation

Pallavi, an Instrumentation Engineer from R V College of Engineering. She is currently working with Schneider Electric as Automation Engineer. She came to know about Aashayein through one of her friend and colleague Ankit. She is with Aashayein since them and has been integral part from the past 2 years

She was keenly interested in teaching English to the kids and bringing them on par to the private school educated children. She started realizing this dream by teaching English to the 3rd standard at SVK school. With this experience and effort she put her entire efforts in improvising the syllabus and changing the structure of the school teaching volunteer staff. She took the role of School Leader and implemented a class wise hierarchy of the volunteers for better teaching by the AF volunteers. Her dedication and commitment inspired many more other volunteers and we now have a big family working towards fulfilling this dream. She is also actively involved in organizing committee of UDAY 2010. She being a trained dancer enjoys teaching dance to kids during the AF annual events.

 

 

Aashayein Foundation's Interview with Pallavi.

 

AF:           What inspired you to join Aashayein?

Pallavi:      My mother who has always helped the underprivileged.

 

AF:           Who is your role model and why?

Pallavi:      Mother Theresa for her selfless service

 

AF:           Which is your best Aashayein moment till today?

Pallavi:     UDAY 2010

 

AF:           Where do you want to see Aashayein Foundation after five years from now?

Pallavi:      At the TOP in the list of NGO who have contributed the most to the Education of underprivileged and their upliftment.

 

AF:           You are always being a very important member of summer camp, what are the plans for this year?

Pallavi:     Take feedback from all the students and know what they want this summer camp and then do the same for them.

 

AF:           Any message for Aashayein foundation old and new Volunteers.

Pallavi:     Be the change you want to see in the system.

 

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