In 2022, UWC Mahindra College delivers an inspirational and life-changing educational experience that equips its intentionally diverse graduate body to grapple with the complexities of sustainability, peace and cultural empathy to become agents of change.
The intention of wanting to good is central to the act of service, but it cannot replace the skills and sheer hard work it takes to do your service well. I find this reflected in our new Triveni program, my first month has been packed with various kinds of skill building workshops and the training program has a long way to go before any projects start. Working within specific streams like Communication and Culture or Peace and Justice has allowed faculty to mentor us much better.
To get a real taste of the unique experience you will have as a student of UWC Mahindra College, we invite you to join us on our Open Day on 17th September 2014 beginning at 9:30 a.m.At the open day, you will have the opportunity to:-Tour the College-Meet current students-Get to know about student lifeIf you…
Guest post by Simone Spera (UWC USA 2014). Simone attended UWC Mahindra College’s 2-week Short Programme ‘Religion in India’ over this summer. For more information about this programme and other offerings please visit our website or email [email protected]et.
UWC Mahindra College conducts short courses throughout the year, particularly summer programmes. In 2014, we offered three short courses: YES, Religion in India, and Encounter India. The programme was truly an enriching and engaging experience for all participants and was facilitated by the Outreach team along with three students from UWC Mahindra College!
All Incoming First Years should plan to arrive on campus between noon on Saturday August 23rd and 5pm on Sunday August 24th. The absolute cut-off arrival time is at 9:30pm on Sunday August 24th.
Second Years should arrive on campus between 9:30am on Saturday August 16th and noon on August 17th.
I am currently busy with school work…it just seems to get more every day. But oh well, it also makes me look forward to summer break in two months:) As I mentioned I went to Kerala and Goa for travel week. It started with a 32 hour train ride from Pune to Kochi in the state of Kerala (south).
One thing I am sure of, is that in a future, when I look back at my first week at MUWCI two words will pop into my head: awkwardly funny. I will often ask myself how was it possible that I got the opportunity to laugh my lungs off and scream till my last breath with people whose name I had not learn yet.
With bruised bums and throbbing thighs, we plunked ourselves down onto the forest floor. Our eyes, heavy and half-closed, scanned the surroundings but failed to recognize any of its features. We were lost and quite terribly so. I guess our judgment may have been impaired by exhaustion because choosing a path based on how “pathlike” it is, isn’t always the best idea.