Mettā is a Buddhist term , meaning benevolence, friendliness, amity, friendship, goodwill, kindness, close mental union, and active interest in others.

The NASSCOM Foundation Head Held High Mettā Fellowship offers a great opportunity for the corporate employees to be community conscious, widen their cross-sectoral strengths and functions, and impact beyond business and bring about systemic and sustainable social change. In the process, the NGOs receive technical and managerial expertise for creating efficient processes helping them achieve scale and increase the impact of their good work.

The programme will provide an opportunity to leading corporates to come true to their commitment towards creating a better society by loaning their best employees to help Not-for-Profits achieve their goals.

The Mettā Fellows will be dynamic and committed individuals, with their core competencies being channelized for social transformation. The programme promises to enhance academic, grassroots and managerial experience for corporate employees, and widen their cross-sectoral strengths and functions.

Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, the Knowledge Partner for the programme, has curated a special curriculum and will conduct a week long community consciousness orientation programme for all the Mettā Fellows.

To apply, please click here.

DEADLINE: September 1, 2017