Our First Cadre of Rural Fellows

First Cadre

A HHH announcement from 2017

Head Held High Fellowship brought on board 15 fellows who will undergo a transformational journey of 8 months which includes 2 months of training in HHH Academy Tumkur, followed by 6 months of training they deliver to rural youth. The Fellows were from different parts of India, from varied backgrounds and with a strong determination to transform themselves and contribute to society. The passion, dreams and aspirations they shared were heartwarming. We wish all our fellows the very best for their journey. We will stand together to make them walk with their head held higher at the end of 8 months!

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