Shweta Sharma – Founder of Karmany.org, one of the startups we are working with, recently got featured in Social Enterprise Buzz. A proud moment for the entire team.
Here is the excerpt from the article. We love the way it starts.
They were all ready to take the leap. Each holding their own reasons, they leapt from MBA programs, fellowship programs, and corporate jobs into the world of social enterprise. However, since the field is scattered and nascent, finding work in social enterprise is almost never a clear path from submitting an application to getting that interview and landing a job. The leap can be a daunting journey.
“If you decide tomorrow that you want to quit your corporate job and go work for a water organization in Africa, what you would likely do is go on a job platform and look for jobs in that space. Or you might go to Google to search. That might work, but the problem with that is you have no understanding of the credibility of the organization,” said Shweta Sharma, CEO and co-founder of Karmany.org, an India-based startup that connects social enterprises with talented job candidates.
Read full article here.