5 Days Youthcan! Fostering Employability of 22 selected youths from various SOS Projects


Under the partnership with Thyssenkrupp a leading International corporate SOS children village of India is organizing five days training programme for 22 selected youths from various SOS Projects at Khajuri Kalan, Bhopal. These youths are now pursuing their final year Graduation / Post-graduation / Vocational course & getting ready for their first time employment.

This partnership program is called Youthcan! with the theme “Fostering Employability among Youths from SOS India” began on; 20th January at SOS Children Village Khajurikalan, Bhopal campus where selected 22 youths are participating and learning different skills which is designed to foster their employability skills. This five days crash course training on various modules such as, personal effectiveness, time management, communication, presentation skills, preparing resume & preparing for job interview which got over today on 24th January2020.

The inauguration of this five days training programme began with lighting of lamp by the children with special needs, participants and expert panel from Thyssenkrupp. Mr. P.J. Wandre, Vice President- learning and development, Mr. Abhay Verma, General Manager-West Zone, Mr. Rahul Ingale, Senior executive and officials from Zonal office Pune and  SOS Children Village of Bhopal and Khajuri Kalan were present in inaugural ceremony. Since last two years, this is the fifth programme organized by Thyssenkrupp for Youths from SOS India. Four such training programmes, were earlier held at Thyssenkrupp SEED campus Pune between February 2018 to November 2019.

On the occasion Mr. Sudarshan Suchi, Secsretary General, SOS Children’s Villages of India said, “Organizations & Corporates through their initiatives and with the resources they have can make a truly lasting and sustainable impact on the work done by the NGO Sector.  We appreciate the initiative of Thyssenkrupp and we hope that they will continue and also enhance their support in building lives of many children & youths in need”