Shaping our Future

Watch out! The game changers at Inventure are on the move.

They are the caretakers of our better tomorrow – you would approve.

They are ready to write the future of our community,

Yes, a big challenge in the sea of humanity.

Listen to their resolve intently; enjoy the resilient look on their face,

Be ready to be carried away by the” ripple effect “with grace.

“Community Outreach” at Inventure

Has swept off the students in a huge whirlpool,

At several government schools,

Reaching out to the less privileged of the community,

Has become their accepted norm,

Winning the heart of the ‘have-nots’

Are predominant in their thoughts.

They are ready to infuse a passion, a zeal to learn,

To colour the lives of the less privileged

With the hues of compassion, love and fun.

Inspiration, joy and rejuvenation

Are at play in all the schools they visit to teach,

Fostering learning within each child’s reach.

Feel blessed to be around that joy of learning

That illuminates the ‘young grass’ at their very roots.

Bask in the warmth of being a part of their quest for change,

Where learning and love are freely exchanged.

Where laughter, encouragement and empathy,

Mingle in right measure to create a canvas of solemnity.

Get introduced to the ‘believers’ among the students,

Who believe that there is a better tomorrow,

So seize the day.

Who believe that the journey is tough,

But nothing is impossible on life’s highway.

Welcome these harbingers of change, who hold their heads high,

They are the captains of their soul, never ready to sigh.

Come, meet these young teachers of Inventure,

Whose eyes reflect a mission to shape our future.

In them we see our better tomorrow,

Building a community where true commitment erases one’s sorrow.

They have the onus to make changes in the ‘outreached’ schools,

Where dreams are nourished and building a tear free future

Is their golden rule.

Come, let’s walk that extra mile,

Be beside our future in their hour of commitment

to shape our future.

Where mingling of “we” and “they” is imminent.

Shikha Roy,

Faculty, Inventure Academy