About The Campus Connect- Rex Karmaveer Global Young Leaders Fellowship and Karmaveer Chakra Awards
The Campus Connect – Rex Karmaveer Global Young Leaders Fellowship and Karmaveer Chakra Awards (GYLF) is an honour that is bestowed upon young change makers.
The purpose of this fellowship is to mentor students so that they understand the value of character rooted leadership and how character and not just competence takes people ahead. Thus, we are building a culture of volunteering, which has been recognized as the best form of leadership. This will also introduce the fellows to a culture of learning-to- learn, which is one of the most essential skill, sought after by all Ivy league universities and organizations.
''The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others''
– Mahatma Gandhi
The EU legislation for lifelong learning emphasises on eight key skills like Learning-To-Learn, initiative and entrepreneurship, cultural awareness and expression, civic social responsibility and literacy.
These are character-rooted skills (which include Emotional, Spiritual and Moral Quotient and not just IQ), not competence-based skills.
Our ultimate goal is to be champions of change and reward the people who bring about this change.
WHAT DO YOU STAND TO GAIN FROM The Campus Connect- Rex Karmaveer Global Young Leaders Fellowship and Karmaveer Chakra Awards (GYLF)
The fellowship is a learning and collaborative process that results in personal and vocational growth for one and all. Interactive, Experiential and Participatory Learning at the GYLF is the big gift and award – termed as the most awesome REXperience that is full of moJOsh, by erstwhile fellows and participants from around the world), besides the medal and citation, which you will receive and be awarded.
Wisdom transfer and knowledge sharing amongst fellows is another big takeaway, since at the at GYLF Conclive, we all continually learn from each other, evolve together and this forms the essence and spirit of the 1-day GYLF CONCLiVE and award ceremony that will be held in August 2019. A half day – ‘The Hero in Me’ workshop will be a key learning opportunity and mandatory for all Fellows.
The workshop will be held by MOJOSH INSPIRATOR – Mr. Jeroninio Almeida (fondly referred by our erstwhile fellows as “Jerry Sir”) who is an Inspirational Orator, Bestseller Author, Leadership Coach, Serial Entrepreneur, Changemaker, Mentor and much more. The workshop will focus on how you can unleash your potential and simply by doing so, contribute towards MAKING A HUGE DIFFERENCE in our WORLD.
More about ‘The Hero in Me’ and Jerry Sir
Imagine if each of us with our potential to be the change and make difference, made small everyday contributions , then the world and everything will truly become a wonderful world. No one can do everything, but everyone can do something and if each of us do something, we shall create PARADISE ON EARTH.
His purpose is to help you kindle, nay, kindle and rekindle that inner fire eternally!
The workshop will help you make coherent actions out of a mind that’s bursting with ideas. He will teach you how not to let your spirits or “inner fire” as he likes to call it, dim down in a world where conformity is preferred over standing out of the crowd. A workshop like this is a once in a lifetime opportunity. It is rare that you get to interact with someone who has worked with, observed and studied the mindsets, potential and behaviours through his engagements and interventions with children, men , women from all walks of life and from different sectors, sections, segments, status and strata of society. By the end of the workshop he will have taught you to believe in yourself and your infinite potential along with suggestions on how you can burn your inner fire infinitely, just like him.
Learning2Learn is a concept developed by Jerry sir and his team a decade ago, and a decade later this concept has been recognised as the MOST IMPORTANT MINDSET/ SKILLSET for future leaders. MoJosh Inspirator Life, Leadership and Learning2Learn will help these young fellows keep up with an ever-changing world where almost all occupations bring in new skills regularly.