WORDZ is a registered trust, a youth-led not-for-profit organisation that works to enhance educational, communication and leadership skills of the youth through training workshops, events and specialised educational techniques and services.
WORDZ was originally founded as a debating society in 2006 and was registered as a trust in 2008 by a small group of young motivated students, with the objective of providing a platform for the youth to develop their personalities and become world citizens. WORDZ quickly gained popularity amongst students and teachers as it was immensely successful in imparting crucial oratory skills to the youth through training workshops and flagship events like WORDZWORTH, WORDZMUN and WORDZPDC. The resounding success of the WORDZ Model United Nations Conferences from 2008 to 2010 was the turning point for the organisation as it gained nation-wide recognition for its passionate work and values. Soon after, WORDZ opened up its first chapter in Delhi in 2010, which eventually evolved into a youth-led not-for-profit organisation taking on more members and more work. Over the past decade, WORDZ has helped impart vital communication and leadership skills to at-least 20,000 students across the country.
From initially offering training workshops in public speaking, debating and Model UN, today we also offer specialised training workshops in communications and citizenship, research and analysis. Our vast experience with almost 100 academic institutions has helped us develop into educational experts focusing on all-round personality development and experiential educational techniques.
Several of our alumni are leaders in their respective fields today. From successful entrepreneurs to policy consultants, from creative artists to corporate managers, our alumni are doing exceedingly well, and all of them concur on the one fact that the skills they learnt from WORDZ played a fundamental role in their growth.
Our mission is to not only impart educational, communication and leadership skills but most importantly to build capacity in students, the capacity to achieve something in the field of their choice, the capacity to be better people and citizens, so that no matter which walks of life they take up, they do well.