Srinivasan Services Trust to help young people pick up vocational skills and become employable
SST partners with government bodies, training institutions, NGOs and other policy makers in over five thousand villages across five states to develop skilled and ‘industry ready’ workforce in different sectors.
SST works with government agencies to provide training to unemployed young men and women in project villages.
Besides providing vocational training courses, SST also arranges for training in soft skills, language classes, etc. It offers 21 types of vocational training courses to the youth in the project villages.
SST offers career guidance and counselling to high school graduates, while making them independent and financially able. The organisation has conducted career guidance programmes in 843 high schools.
SST, founded in 1996, focuses on helping villages develop in a holistic and sustainable manner, creating self-reliant communities across six core areas: Economic Development, Health & Sanitation, Health, Infrastructure, Women Empowerment, Education and Environment.