Ganga Library is the expert source for Nobel and Laureates achievements online! Our free online library showcases the thought processes of scientists, the ideals of litterateurs and the methods of peacemakers. It is our mission to provide people arou... Read more
Ganga Library is the expert source for Nobel and Laureates achievements online! Our free online library showcases the thought processes of scientists, the ideals of litterateurs and the methods of peacemakers. It is our mission to provide people around the world with the ideas and inspiration they need to solve scientific, social and planetary problems.
Nobel Prize Winners achievements online, multilingual, comprehensive, interactive, giving people ideas to solve scientific, social and planetary problems.
Ganga Library also kindles a fire in you revealing to you your hidden aspirations, abilities and skills. It raises your own goals higher and helps you to achieve them by reading inspirational media regarding high achievers. You may be a scientist, student, litterateur, peace activist, other professional or the general public.
Volunteering as a visual artist for Ganga Library has been fulfilling, and given meaning for my art. I've created pieces that I would have never made without it. I believe that the organization is an important resource to others, as I've found inspiration in the Nobel Laureates' biographies for myself.
Whenever I get the chance, I love to talk about the site and the work I do! It's been the perfect volunteer match for me, between my love for the sciences and art.
Dr. Nagaveni has been incredibly supportive, especially when I can't do work because I'm busy with classes or being sick. It's very motivating, and I aim to always do better because of the mutual compassion. Even without face-to-face interactions, I feel like I'm doing something worthwhile, like I'm helping in some way; that's why I continue to volunteer for her and her organization.
Volunteering for the Ganga Library is a very interesting and meaningful experience. Doing research for the Ganga Library has increased my knowledge and appreciation of all that the esteemed nobel laureates have accomplished and contributed to our world.
A truly enlightening, informative and rewarding experience.
by Newton Aaron L. from Vallejo, CA
Working as a graphic artist for Ganga Library taught me how to collaborate with other people remotely. I also learned the value of listening to the needs of Nagaveni, the executive director of the organization, and translating her needs into designs that align with the organization's branding and identity. My experience working for this nonprofit has been very fulfilling given that I know that I am contributing to inspiring others to emulate the many Nobelists featured on Ganga Library's website. I highly recommend the organization to aspiring volunteers. They will surely have a fun and easy time collaborating with Nagaveni.
When volunteering, I think we are looking for an organization that enables us to share and support causes really close to our heart. To me, education is a great place to start in order to inspire and help people around the Globe , an effective way to improve their lives and pursue their goals. Ganga Library is very passionated about this, working on provide material translated in different Languages, inspired by Laureates and building a Library that allows scientists, teachers, students, and curious minds worldwide to access this valuable information. I see Ganga a place where multilingual, multiculture diversity is really welcome, since it is based on the recognition of leaders in everyfield , everywhere. Highly recommended for virtual work,also.