OM Foundation envisions a society where there is an opportunity for every child at every level. Every child contains enormous abilities. To enhance these abilities, they need proper mentoring and exposure. Educate to Empower program aims at nurturing those qualities, which enhances the skill of the child. To keep this in mind, Educate to Empower Program is designed in such a way that the drop outs won’t feel alone at any moment in their life. There is a support available at each stage and proper guidance will be provided.

The Program

The program aims to cover 30 students in the age group of 14 to 18 years and provide mentoring and skill development at every step, needed by the child. The students are provided guidance from the industry experts.

The focus area of the program:

Computer Training

  • Microsoft Office
  • Microsoft Excel & formulas
  • Internet & browsing
  • Mailing and data uses
  • Software & hardware

Employability Skill Training

  • Personality Development
  • Social & business etiquettes
  • Resume writing
  • Preparing for interview
  • Grooming and dressing
  • Team work
  • Art of speaking
  • Body language
  • Team Building

English Enhancement

  • Improving Listening Comprehension
  • Phonetics and Spoken English
  • Extempore
  • Skills
  • Group Discussion
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Debate
  • Team Work (Role Play)

Working Module

  • Personality development classes to groom the students.
  • Practical approach through available infrastructure
  • Advanced computer education to sharpen the technical skills
  • Career guidance and skill development classes to help the students efficiently decide their goals at a very early age
  • Skill development classes to impart employability skills into the students
  • Practical exposure and visits to corporate to enhance the employability skills
  • Career assessments to help students decide their area of interest and choose their career effectively.
  • Help skilled students take up a corporate job or get into college for further studies
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