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Aina Gaur s journey from a cushy job in the States to working with a social enterprise in India
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In today's interconnected and globalised world, you might already think you know a lot about India and its culture. Perhaps your company has foreign direct investments here, your portfolio may likely have some BRIC stocks, maybe your foundation donates for projects in India, you possibly have Indian friends. However nothing actually beats being here. Living and working here, allows one to gain insights into Indian culture, its people, and learn nuances on how business is conducted.-Aparna a current Villgro Fellow. Last day to apply for the Fellowship - Fellowship - Villgro

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They say travel broadens the mind and widens our horizons. Taking up a fellowship in India comes with the opportunity to do just that. India is a vast country with mountains to coasts to deserts and everything in between. Most importantly, for those on a tight fellowship budget, travel is affordable and safe (despite what you may have read in the press of late). Don't forget to pack sunscreen! Last day to apply! Click here to apply now Fellowship - Villgro

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