Saksham

Hello, I am saksham agarwal, I study at Wheaton College Massachusetts and my major is business and management.

About Me

Hello, I am saksham agarwal, I study at Wheaton College Massachusetts and my major is business and management.

Confidence

85%

Leadership

95%

Smart

70%

Wheaton College Achievements

July 2020 - Present

Treasurer, Programming Activities Council

• Handled all the finances for the club (A budget of $100,000) • Assisted in organizing events happening every week

September 2020 - Present

Member, Wallace Library Student Advisory Board

• Gave recommendations in making the library more student-focused and accessible

February 2020

Member, Student Leader Awards Committee

• Selected student leaders on campus in over 20 categories • Reviewed approx. 80+ applications for student leaders on campus • Received nomination from faculty to serve on the committee

August 2019 – May 2020

Secretary, Inter cultural Board

• Organized 5 events to promote diversity and inclusivity on campus • Handled all the clubs emails and member questions

August – December 2019

Artifacts, Entrepreneurship Project

• Started an on campus retail business selling Indian earrings and paintings • Achieved a net profit of approx. $300 and donated it to a charity

October 2019 – May 2020

Mentor, Jio Vichaar Entrepreneurship Challenge

• Mentored 15 students through an entrepreneurship course • Assisted young entrepreneurs in developing an actionable business plan

November 2019 – May 2020

Member, Global Leaders Development Program

• Managed food logistics for an international cultural event at Wheaton College • Attended discussion forums happening through the year on world news and issues

Jivita

Jivita LLC is a Leveraged Genetic Social Enterprise (LGSE), which means that our organization is continually evolving to enact as much social good as possible. Every dollar of private revenue is re-invested to enact social change of higher value. We hope to reform education with a two pronged approach: one that targets educational disparities seen in local communities and another that targets lack of fundamental resources in international education. Our model ensures that partnerships created at the local level help fund and drive our larger scale projects.