Open Volunteer Position: Awakin Talks Biographer

Team Info:

Awakin Talks, IndiaAwakin Talks is organized around two core ideas. First, intrinsically motivated service creates a deeper social change than pursuing external impact alone. Second, social transformation starts with what we presence in our stories and conversations. Awakin Talks shines the spotlight of such pioneering ideas and transformative changemakers.

 

Volunteer Role:

Awakin Talks Biographer
Learn the stories of our remarkable speakers’ lives, and help present their stories to the world from the lens of their inner transformation journeys! As part of this role, you will write 3-5 paragraph bios for our upcoming speakers.

 

More Context:

The bio writing process involves going through other online bios, talks, articles by our guest and then weave some highlights together in our unique bio. Writing bio for a guest can take upto 5-10 hours of effort. You are welcome to sign-up for 1 slot and then choose more depending on time and interest.

 

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Volunteer Reflections

imageMay 07: Healing, Naturally. In times of much suffering in India, where I live, thought of sharing this write up about how one can integrate natural health practices, and synchronize with Nature to navigate acute conditions,...
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imageMay 01: Kindful Kids: Music And Childhood This week's 'Kindful Kids' newsletter is on Music and Childhood. Take a look."If music be the food of love, play on" - William Shakespeare
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imageMay 12: Emeran Mayer: Tapping Into The Wisdom Of The Gut This week's Awakin Call guest: 'Emeran Mayer: Tapping Into The Wisdom Of The Gut Reflection questions: Have you ever followed your “gut feeling” with a critical decision, despite the...
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imageMay 01: Imagine A World Without Prisons Deanna Van Buren designs restorative justice centers that, instead of taking the punitive approach used by a system focused on mass incarceration, treat crime as a breach of relationships and...
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