Info Session and Q&A about July India Trip

April 11, 1 PM ET/10 AM PT

Already registered or on the fence about volunteering in India this July 10-21? Whether you’re a seasoned traveler or a first-time overseas volunteer, a 12-day trip to India can be a big deal. We invite you to a live webinar on April 11 to see the July 10-21 trip come to life:
  • discover what life on the project will be like
  • find out where you’ll stay, what you’ll eat, and what you can expect to see and do
  • meet the trip Group Leader, Melanie Lytle
  • ask your pressing questions
Register below to learn all you need to know as we work with our local Indian partners to restore a 140-year-old haveli (nobleman’s house) in Udaipur, India, into a community resources center as the focal point of a neighborhood renewal program.

Date and Time

Thursday, April 11, 2017
1 PM ET/10 AM PT

About the Presenters

Melanie Lytle is the Group Leader for the July trip and a cultural heritage specialist living in Washington, DC. She joined the Restoration Works International board after volunteering in Nepal, where she was convinced of the meaningfulness of the organization’s work. She led a volunteer trip to the project in October 2016 to lay the groundwork for the upcoming tour.
Gretchen Worth is Restoration Works International’s CEO and has been involved with every  project since the organization’s founding. She’s currently pursuing a master’s in historic preservation at Cornell University, taking a brief break from her life in Asia, where she has lived since 1989 and was CEO and founder of Asia City Media Group, the region’s leading city lifestyle media company. Gretchen travels frequently in Asia and has led many of our past trips.

Related Link: Bichli Haveli Project