Education Empowerment for Women


SPECIAL THANKS TO PRAMODH SRIHARI AND KARTHIK GURUVAYURAPPAN                                  Our Outgoing Senior Volunteers for their Contribution to


We would like to wish them the very best in anything and everything they want to achieve in life.



Hello! My name is Divya Venkataraman and I am an incoming freshman at Monta Vista High School. I am volunteering because I want to not just see the world, but also make a difference in it, through any means possible. It reminds me of how lucky I am. I have been given so much in life and believe it’s important to give back as well.

Volunteering for Education Empowerment for Women gives me the opportunity to make this difference by empowering as many women as we can with education.


Hello! My name is Maia Kumar, and I am a sophomore at Santa Clara High School. 

I am passionate about giving back to society, and firmly believe that charity begins

at home. As a young girl, I have come to recognize and understand the perils that girls and young women in India are faced with, and believe that people, especially women, need to empower each other. One way of empowering women is through education. Education is one of the most powerful tools that can add to a woman’s self-value and worth, and it makes her feel powerful. Therefore, I feel compelled to make a difference in the lives of women who deserve equal opportunities and education rights through Education Empowerment for Women.

 I am forever grateful for the opportunities and people who have encouraged and sacrificed so much for me to receive a quality education. As Malala Yousafzai says, “let us pick up our books and pencils. They are our most powerful weapons.” 


Hi! My name is Ria Narang. I am an incoming Freshman at Cupertino High School. There are many reasons why I want to be involved in volunteering for this organization. The main reason being that I want to give back to girls who aren't as fortunate to have a stable financial status. I'm extremely grateful for everything that I have today. So, I have made a promise to myself to give back as much as I can, especially when it comes to things that can change peoples' lives for the better.

 I'm known to be quite energetic and even though I come off as funny and always happy, I consider myself as a person of maturity who is also able to think rationally.

Volunteering for Education Empowerment for Women will help me fulfill my promise to give back as much as I can by helping educate the young women in India for them to have a bright future.


Hi! I am Arushi Gupta. I am an incoming Freshman at Lynbrook high school.
I love to volunteer and also love working with kids. I am currently helping kids with Math. I would like to volunteer for Education Empowerment for Women since, it is all about helping educate young women in India. I understand the importance of education and the difference it can make in a person's life especially, young women.