Leap Skills, A-38, New Friends Colony, New Delhi, India

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© LEAP SKILLS

OUR IMPACT

 

Rural households

13

States

32,000+

Students trained

60%

Corporate partnerships

200+

Women trained

50+
10,000+

Colleges

22,000+

Minimal-Wage

Earners

50.9%

First-generation college-goers

 

FOCUS OF IMPACT

We create impact across 3 spheres- Personal, Social, and Economic.

 

 

TESTAMENT OF IMPACT

4x Placement Increase: In 2013, MLN College, Yamunanagar had a very low placement rate of 4%. 3 years after Leap’s intervention, the college witnessed a 4-fold increase in its placement numbers.

54 students from JMIT College, Radaur, all of whom underwent Leap's employability training classes, got placed at Tata Consultancy Services! This success reflects upon the hard work that Leap, as well as the college, has put into the future of our students.​

"Leap classes have been running in SJPP Damla since 2013. I have seen a lot of improvement in the communication skills and personality of our students after attending the classes. Even the recruiters from Maruti Suzuki appreciated the communication skills of our students over other polytechnic colleges. This year 808 of our students enrolled for Propeller and almost of them got placed as well."

- Mr. Anil Budhiraja, Principal, SJPP Damla

 

Assessing Our Impact

It is essential for a social enterprise to always keep assessing and evaluating the impact it is creating. This helps in staying true to the enterprise’s vision and motivates the team to keep consistently innovating and pushing for improvement.

 

At Leap Skills, we follow a rigorous impact evaluation framework that helps us monitor our programs and make well-informed strategic decisions so that we can scale while maintaining our quality and, at the same time, raising the bar for potential impact creation in the future.

 

We have identified 4 individual SDGs aligned with our impact goals.

 

This enables us to translate our learnings and insights into a common language for disseminating with other stakeholders and adding to the body of work on skills, education, and livelihoods.