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Stopping Fruit wastage in our Local Communties.

Ekal College Admission Workshop

 

 

Once you have filled up the form please make a suggested donation of $75/per family [At the door it will be $100/per family] to complete RSVP for the college workshop event. 

As most of us are new to the US College Planning and Admission process, this interactive seminar addresses the needs of both long-term planning [for children in Elementary and Middle School] and short term planning [for children in High School].

All parents with children in Middle School [even Elementary] or High School are invited to attend this program.

Dr. Anil Saigal is Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Tufts University. Anil Saigal received his B.Tech from IIT, Bombay and M.S. and Ph.D from Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA. He has been at Tufts University since 1983. He was Chair of Mechanical Engineering from 2002-07 and Director, International Programs, School of Engineering, Tufts University from 2007-09. He has served on the Undergraduate Admissions and Financial Aid Committee and has been organizing College Admission Workshops for the past 15 years. He is a Fellow ASME and received the 2011 Distinguished Service Alumni Award from IIT Bombay. He is currently a Visiting Faculty at CalTech.

Join Anil Saigal, a professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Tufts University for an insight into how admissions decisions are made and what parents can do to improve their child’s chances.

Appropriate for families of middle and high school students in grades 6– 12, you will learn: • How college admissions offices review applications. • Ways applicants can “stand out” and be more compelling and memorable. • Why college admissions officers reject “brilliant but boring” applicants. • What the most important factors are in admissions decisions. • Bottom line actionable advice you can implement today to help your child.

 

Hello Everyone,

Ekal Tree is a community service project started by High School Ekal youth volunteers. 

As we all see in our neighborhood a lot of fruits get wasted due to various reasons they are not picked. We coordinate with such fruit tree owners and pick help pick fruits, and sell/distribute them through our network to raise donations for Ekal.

  • Is it a good idea…

    • We help people in picking fruits…specifically old people who can not pick fruits themselves…

    • It keeps the yard clean…

    • It avoids food wastage…

    • People get freshly picked fruits…

    • If fruits are not sold we would donate them to the local food bank.

    • The money donated to ekal will help promote education of under privilege kids.

  • Isn't it a win-win situation for everybody…

If you like this Idea kindly support us by donating/buying fruits. 

For more info, please contact ekaltree@gmail.com or 515-993-0748.

 

Thank You

One Tree X Many Schools X Many Lives

Ekal Tree Team San Diego

 

Campaign by


Ridham Govind

$4,860 USD

Raised of $10,000 Goal
48%
90 days left

Campaign started: August 13, 2022
Campaign closes: December 31, 2022 (11:59 pm PST)

 

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Donors

Ashutosh

San Diego, CA

$75

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Sachin

San Diego, CA

$50

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Abhishek

San Diego , CA

$75

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Anonymous

San Diego , CA

$50

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Anonymous

San Diego , CA

$50

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