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Bridging the Knowledge Gap: Girl Power Talk at RCED

Author: Girl Power Talk

Overview:

  • As part of Girl Power Talk’s mission to empower all young people for leadership roles, we recently conducted a workshop at the Regional Centre for Entrepreneurship Development (RCED) in Chandigarh.
  • The workshop was titled “Entrepreneurial Mindset and the Intangibles of Success.”
  • Our mission was to bridge the knowledge gap by equipping students with the tools for entrepreneurial success.

Knowledge is Power

At Girl Power Talk, we understand the crucial role of skill-based education, especially for students who may not have access to traditional resources. We go beyond professional skills, fostering a holistic development that empowers them to navigate their future.

The adage “knowledge is power” rings true, but for many young people, valuable knowledge can be scattered and inaccessible. This is where organizations like the Regional Centre for Entrepreneurship Development (RCED) step in, empowering youth from underprivileged backgrounds to achieve financial independence and self-actualization.

 

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Session at RCED

Girl Power Talk was honored to collaborate with RCED on a workshop titled “Entrepreneurial Mindset and the Intangibles of Success.” Our team members, Mansi, Rapti and Nitya had the privilege of interviewing the Director of RCED, Mr. Paramjit Singh. The interview underscores his commitment to skill development and entrepreneurship, illuminating his consistent focus on enhancing lives through RCED.

Our mission was to bridge the knowledge gap by equipping students with the tools for entrepreneurial success. We focused on instilling the values and mindset needed for personal growth and long-term achievement. We were thrilled to share practical information alongside real-life examples that resonated with the students’ experiences.

 

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The interactive nature of the session was truly transformative. An engaged audience not only enriches the communication experience but also offers valuable insights. 

This workshop transcended a one-way exchange. We learned from the dedicated mentors at RCED and the inspiring students themselves. Most importantly, we imparted knowledge that empowered them to not only navigate the present but also envision a brighter future filled with possibilities.

Conclusion:

For individuals from diverse backgrounds, skill-based education is more than just beneficial – it’s transformative. Sessions focused on building an entrepreneurial mindset equip them with the critical thinking and innovative problem-solving skills necessary to overcome challenges, create new opportunities, and thrive in today’s dynamic world.

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