Students from Nottingham College visit Nepal.
The FutureSense Foundation, Nepal Hub, welcomed a Turing group of 9 participants along with 2 Faculty members of the Nottingham college, UK. The group arrived on the 4th of June and will be continuing their programme until the 17th June at one of the FutureSense partner schools in Dhulikhel.
During the programme, the group will be delivering STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) workshops to the students of Grade 4-5 (ages 10-12 years). The STEM workshops will help students to get engaged in fun learning activities to develop their creative, problem solving, and communication skills. Besides the delivery of the workshops, the group will be engaged in cultural activities such as visiting local temples, cooking local cuisine, and attending local games. These activities will help them to immerse themselves in local culture and traditions. They will also be planting saplings in the Dhulikhel area as an initiative of climate action.
Nepal Hub Welcome GMPCs
Bipin and Ashmita joined the FutureSense Foundation Nepal Hub as GMPCs (Group Mentor and Project Coordinator) in June. Both of them are from Dhulikhel.
Bipin (pictured on the right) is a public health graduate and has recently completed a Bachelor’s in Public Health from Purbanchal University, Nepal. He has experience working as a program associate in Authentic Leadership Institutes and has taken a lead role in refugee and urban poverty management. He loves music, reading, and traveling.
Ashmita (pictured on the left) is a student of Bachelor of Computer Application from Tribhuvan University and has experience working with local people in finance and cooperative limited. She loves singing, painting, making new friends, and traveling.
Both Bipin and Ashmita are excited to work with FutureSense Foundation participants.