Youth Employability

QUEST Alliance works in partnership with various stakeholders including corporates, Government, educational institutions, NGOs and civil society organizations by imparting relevant knowledge and skills to young people, while developing the capacity of local partner organizations to deliver the training. The essence of QUEST’s youth employability programs is to look beyond job placement with a more holistic approach, to facilitate lifelong personal and professional development. Since 2006, QUEST has been implementing various projects reaching out to marginalized youth across India.

  • Skills to Succeed

    QUEST Alliance with support from Accenture is driving the Skills to Succeed in Retail program. The overarching goal of the Skills to Succeed program is to provide learners and facilitators in a vocational training...

  • EquipYouth

    To address the challenges facing youth seeking to enter the labour force or start-up businesses, the International Youth Foundation (IYF) and the Caterpillar Foundation have joined forces to create EquipYouth, a global program that will provide 8...


School Enrich

QUEST Alliance is in a unique position to act as a fulcrum for concerted initiatives and as a catalyst to drive a positive vision and direction for Information & Communication Technology (ICT) interventions in education. QUEST Alliance plays an important role in demystifying the usage of technology by exploring and advocating for effective usage of various existing educational technology tools. QUEST Alliance aims to demonstrate and scale the use of cost effective and sustainable education technology tools and delivery systems that enhance the quality of teaching and learning.

  • Teacher Centric Content

    Azim Premji Foundation designed a pilot initiative by using low cost technology and developing teacher centric content to effectively deliver educational content to the students. The design is a marked departure from other learning resources,...

  • Lifeline for Education

    Led by One World South Asia (OWSA)  and Vikramshila ...