IAGB Youth

IAGB Youth; a platform for Youth of Indian heritage to help them develop leadership skills, the skills they need to identify pressing issues in the communities in the New England area, amid racism, poverty, violence, as well as rapidly changing environment, and tap into their own and their communities’ strengths to create positive change.
Lend our youth voices to shape policies that empower youth to achieve equity, opportunity and enrich ourselves and our community. Understand what it means to be Indian American, and stay connected to our rich heritage.

Get Involved

IAGB Youth Initiatives

  • Current/Pressing Issues: Discussion panels/Town Hall Discussion 
  • IAGB Newsletter Youth Corner 
  • Summer Research Projects 
  • STEAM Competition
  • Teen Mentorship 
  • Support IAGB flagship and community giving events
Climate Change
Community Engagement April 3rd

Community Service

  • IAGB NewsLetter Youth Corner-featuring IAGB Youth of the Month, Youth Art and Music Spotlight, and much much more
  • IAGB Youth ‘Design Thinking’ Workshop in collaboration with TIE Youth
  • IAGB Youth Climate Change discussion with Fishman of Onora Global

Who can get involved and how?

  • Indian American kids in grades 8-12 can participate as IAGB Youth team members
  • Commitment to serve for 2 months

Choose from one of the above-mentioned initiatives and send us an email at iagb@iagb.org

Background for Indian Republic day

Inviting participation from kids in grades 7 to 12.

Do you enjoy writing? Do you like to serve the community? Would you like to highlight the matter affecting the community? Are you interested in STEAM? Would you like mentorship opportunities?


  • What is IAGB Youth?

IAGB Youth is an activity-based group run by kids for kids. Our goal is to foster team spirit, offer opportunities to develop leadership skills, and enhance the sense of belongingness and pride of Indian heritage.

  • Who can join?

Kids in grades 8-12 are welcome to join.

  • What is the time commitment?

Kids decide their own time commitment based on the initiative they decide to work n. Some kids spend 1-2 hours a week and some 3-4 a month. Some kids work on long term-on going activities and some work more on project-based activities.

Along with this we ask you to commit to a minimum of a year -if you can do more than one year that’s ok too.

  • Are there meetings?

Yes, kids have a monthly meeting (about an hour) and a debrief meeting (about 15-20 minutes). Due to Covid- meetings are virtual but maybe in person once things open up.

  • Can I get volunteer hour credit?

Yes we certify the hours you worked on IAGB Youth projects/assignments.

Do not see a specific question answered here please send us an email @Vaishali.gade@iagb.org

IAGB Youth Comittee

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