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An Internshala Trainings ‘Learn With Me’ initiative where for every training sold, the platform will provide free training to a student in need


July 2, 2021, New Delhi: Internshala Trainings, the e-learning arm of Internshala, has announced the launch of the ‘Learn With Me’ initiative with the motto everyone helps themselves. As part of this initiative, for every training sold on the platform through July 31, 2021, Internshala Trainings will provide free training to a student in need. The initiative is organized in association with leading NGOs ANEW India and Alohomora which will help the platform reach deserving beneficiaries.

A one-of-a-kind initiative, Learn With Me is powered by the Internshala Trainings community of learners to help fellow students continue their education during these uncertain times of the pandemic. Free training will be rewarded for students in the financially weakest sections, who had to interrupt their studies because their families were no longer able to pay their tuition fees. Learners enrolling in one of over 60 training programs including digital marketing, machine learning, software testing, programming with Python, French language, creative writing, calligraphy, photography, blockchain or animation, would contribute to the donation of a free beginner. level training offered to a needy student on his behalf, through Internshala Trainings on July 21.

Students, who find it difficult to continue their education due to the financial crisis, can also avail free education of their choice under this initiative by providing a valid income certificate and Aadhar card.

During the launch of the Learn With Me initiative, Sarvesh Agrawal, Founder and CEO of Internshala Trainings, said: “The second wave of COVID-19 has had an immeasurable impact on our lives, with some of us losing loved ones while others have faced a severe financial crisis. . The students, belonging to families with only one breadwinner or to economically weaker sections, have either dropped out of school or postponed their future education plans. To address these underlying challenges and help young students continue their learning and acquire new skills, we are launching the “Learn with me” initiative. “For the first time ever, our community of learners would contribute to a worthy cause and help someone continue their education during the pandemic, when they purchase training for themselves. With this initiative, we aim to motivate young people to lend a hand and experience the joy of giving while simultaneously learning and exploring new areas of interest through online trainings. He added.

To contribute to the initiative or receive free training, visit: bit.ly/LWM-IST PWR PWR

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