A Global coalition of leaders from 21 different industries consisting of senior leadership of the worlds largest corporations, non-profits, governments, International award winning youth activists & globally renowned academicians have come together to educate, mentor & guide the next generation of leaders through the FEELL Fellowship.
Our innovative futuristic pedagogy, combining leadership education with social welfare & industry training through service learning, promises to provide a transformative experience, crucial to success at universities & corporations in this age of activism.
72 hrs of Live Interactive Lectures
International award winning youth leaders & global scholars lead our Problem focused modules; Industry Titans with years of leadership experience lead our skill based modules.
Industry Simulation Based Evaluations
We don't believe in rote learning. We judge the performance of our fellows based on their ability to execute critical thinking, problem solving and learnt skills in real world industry scenarios.
Stand out for admissions and jobs
Top uni admissions officers look for students who can meet the academic rigour at their universities, while having shown a demonstrated
Exclusive Access to our Leadership & Career Accelerator Program
Only FEELL Fellows are eligible to enroll into our Leadership & Career Accelerator Program upon successful completion of the program
Experiential & Service Learning
Every module begins and ends with a real life industry & field experience, aimed at taking learning beyond the classroom into the real world.
30 Networking Fireside chats
Our fellows would interact with our youth leaders each from a different top university and industry, to learn more about their journeys and get advice regarding admissions, career & life.
Bridge Education Inequity in India
We use a portion of the funds we raise to fund the education of girls from lower socio-economic backgrounds, to ensure that financial constraints dont inhibit access to quality education.
The fellowship is designed to supplement high school/university education. Thus the fellowship is scheduled in a manner that enables students to pursue the fellowship during their school/university academic year.