Hindi Translator (Workbook Translation)
Mind Treasures is looking for a volunteer who can translated our workbook from English to Hindi. About 40 pages of light text.
Following are links to the original material in English and the Hindi version that was created using MS Word’s translator.
Original in English: https://bit.ly/2HjqEDa
Hindi Version: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1P2C-oAWa6Gj3w3BuKxwUA116tPSWBF-7
Above version has not been reviewed or edited by a translator.
As a volunteer you can either use the program-translated version and edit it to match the English version OR start fresh from the English version to create the Hindi translation.
There is no urgency in this project.
Please respond to this opportunity if you are interested in this project
Above material are part of a larger curriculum ( https://bit.ly/35QrSjS). In the future we would like to translate the complete material
About Mind Treasures
11405 Legacy Terrace, San Diego, CA 92131, US
To raise a Wealthy, Prosperous and Philathropic generation through Financial Literacy and Character Development.
Today's financial challenges are a testimonial to a growing need for specific education as more and more families and individuals become victims of their financial illiteracy. Such challenges are among the major causes of bankruptcies, foreclosures, divorces, homelessness and even suicide in some cases.
While monetary issues seem to be the main source of current financial challenges, the root cause can be traced back to lack of character development in individuals. Mind Treasures is the only organization that has developed a unique curriculum (approved by the California Department of Education), that combines character development with financial literacy, in order to raise a generation that is nourished soundly, to become financially independent in order to use wealth and prosperity for philanthropic purposes. Through these programs, attendees learn to build a solid foundation in 'saving, investing, sharing and spending' by developing their key characters such as patience, responsibility, moderation, thankfulness, selflessness, generosity and truthfulness. This development is complemented by learning the goal setting, decision making, borrowing and budgeting processes. Furthermore attendees learn various elements of interest, credit, basic taxes and much more.