Saturday, March 19, 2011


Youth Opportunities Association (YO) is a not for profit organisation that was established in 1997.  It works in partnership with schools and other organisations to provide young people with Personal Leadership Training (PLT).  The Personal Leadership Training works as catalyst for identifying and fulfilling personal potential.
Secondary schools and other organisations throughout the state are using the Personal Leadership Training to compliment their curriculum and attest to the many benefits of the training. These benefits include more motivated students with a positive confident attitude that results in better marks, retention rates and relationships with peers and teachers.

The Personal Leadership Training was originally written for senior management and successful Australian businesses.  It was so successful and the concepts so fundamental it was then transferred to a variety settings.
The Personal Leadership Training, as it is known now, trains young people in the knowledge and skills required for them to live enterprising and successful lives. It teaches them to become leaders of their lives independent of their circumstances.
The Personal Leadership Training involves seminars, an intensive 10 week program and on-going follow up for two years after completion of the program.  The intensive 10 week Personal Leadership Program is delivered by two trainers working one day per week for a school term with a group of 12-20 students.

Do you want to volunteer Abroad

Volunteer Projects for Gap Years, Gap Months, Career Breaks, Electives & Summer Placements

Projects Abroad is the leading global organiser of overseas volunteer work placements. Our wide range of projects, including Teaching, Care, Conservation & Environment, Medicine & Healthcare, Sports, Community projects, Business, Law & Human Rights and Journalism, are designed specifically for the needs of the communities in which we work, whilst giving our volunteers (aged 16 - 75) the very best experience of volunteering abroad.

ESD Forum™ and international Youth Forum (Forum 2011)

The ESD Forum™ and international Youth Forum (Forum 2011) is a conference of international students and decision-makers convened by iuventum. This program is planned for August 2011, taking place during the year of 150 years Japan-Germany friendship festivities and supporting the International Year of Youth (including the International Youth Day on 12 August).
The ESD Forum 2011 is a contribution to the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (DESD) recognized by the German Commission for UNESCO – Secretariat, UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development.
More info about Programme and application process you can find:


PUKAR's Youth Fellowship Programme


Ever wondered about YOUR city, Mumbai?
Explored its back alleys?
Collaborated with your neighbours?
Documented the city’s rapid development?

Partners for Urban Knowledge Action and Research (PUKAR) invites you, the Youth of Mumbai, to take on an
exploratory journey of research to examine your city, dig deep into its culture, question what you think needs
changing, and simply… indulge your curiosity!

PUKAR Youth Fellowship Programme 2011–2012 calls you to ideate, experiment, and experience Mumbai through
the medium of research. We invite you to talk to us about the ideas you want to explore, the research you wish to
conduct, and the people you would like to collaborate with in developing your initiative.

Participants must be between 18 - 30 years of age and need to apply in groups of 10. No educational qualifications are required to apply.

Call us between 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Rajendra: 09768674050, Kapil: 09920562737, Amrapali: 09224043425,
Sunil: 09619766132, Bharat: 09821731518, PUKAR office: 022 - 6505 3599
Email:  Website:
Address: 272, Muncipal Tenements, Shivaji Nagar, BMC Colony, Kher Wadi Rd., Bandra East, Mumbai ‘51



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