LCSC Internship

10,000 young people have taken small and big
steps to help light up rural India, sustainably.

10,000 young people have taken small and big steps to help light up rural India, sustainably.

10,000 young people have taken small and big steps to help light up rural India, sustainably.

What our changemakes have to say?

What our change
makers have to
say?

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We are living in tough times! But a lot of us reading this are relatively leading lives where our basic and most privileged needs are fulfilled. Let’s be honest with each other - we still take this for granted!

Over 300 million people in India don’t have access to electricity. 11 years ago, a young group of students started Project Chirag, an initiative to provide solar electrification across dark villages of India. From the tribal areas across Rajasthan and Maharashtra that I’ve visited to the time we’ve spent with NGOs in the city for resource enablement, every moment taught me something new and made me value our daily-life privileges. Today, over 500 hundred villages have been electrified through Project Chirag.

My experience with Project Chirag played a huge role in my personal growth. It is truly eye opening to see villagers living without the most basic facilities like electricity while we continue to live in abundance just a few hours away from them. The perspective was powerful for me and I highly recommend it to anyone going through initial stages of their life. My experience from 10+ years ago keeps me grounded to this day and helps me see the world through an extra set of empathetic lens. This is powerful and has helped me differentiate myself at so many stages of my career.

Khushaal Talreja
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My experience with Project Chirag played a huge role in my personal growth. It is truly eye opening to see villagers living without the most basic facilities like electricity while we continue to live in abundance just a few hours away from them.

I highly recommend it to anyone going through initial stages of their life. My experience from 10+ years ago keeps me grounded to this day and helps me see the world through an extra set of empathetic lens.

This is powerful and has helped me differentiate myself at so many stages of my career.

Pawan Bhatia

The Chirag Youth Ambassador Program is a learning experience that nurtures the next generation of changemakers.

This year-long intensive program is aimed at developing the skills and talents of high-school students with high leadership potential. We aim to support each ambassador’s talents and provide them with a platform to develop into well-rounded individuals, capable of solving complex social problems. Students studying in Grade 9 to 12 are eligible to apply for this programme.

Why you may want to be a youth ambassador? Because..

Why you may want to be a
youth ambassador?
Because..

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You are the leader of tomorrow

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You want to reinforce your value system

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You want to build brand “YOU”

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You want to share your privilege

Why Renewable Energy?

Renewable energy is more essential today than ever before, and understanding its need and uses, for development, is critical.

In our privileged lives, we have access to what we consider rights. The right to Light, Water, Homes, Education, and Income. Many of our villagers all over India have access to none of these. You can help us change that.

Our team is passionate, about our villagers, about going green, about our youth, and above all, about being the change we want to see. Special orientation and mentoring sessions with them will add to your journey.

What Can You Do?

From spreading awareness about renewable energy and the conditions of rural India, to running creative fundraising campaigns, you can make a difference in the lives of young people just like you.

Stories Of Change