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ICC offers multi-tiered teen programming to bring teens together as a community to give back, instill a strong sense of cultural pride, and offer an immersive and experiential education that will provide a lifelong connection
to India.  


My Story Our Future

"Our stories don't exist in the archives. They exist in our families" -- Indra Nooyi


In partnership with the Advanced Pedagogy Curriculum Lab, run by UConn's Asian and Asian American Studies Institute and Greenwich Historical Society, South Asian American middle and high school students have participated in a four-month long workshop to document, preserve, and share family oral histories of South Asian Americans in Connecticut.  Their stories will lay the foundation for Connecticut's mandated K-12 AAPI curriculum and help create awareness of how South Asian Americans have contributed to the economic, cultural, social, and political development of Connecticut and the US.


With the guidance of Greenwich Historical Society, students curated an exhibition that was on display from February 12 to 26.

My Story, Our Future: South Asian American Youth Voices of Connecticut opened at Greenwich Historical Society on February 12.  A by-invitation reception with Indra Nooyi, Former Chairman and CEO of PepsiCo, Congressmen Jim Himes, families and student historians was hosted on Sunday, February 12.  

Greenwich Historical Society

47 Strickland Road

Cos Cob 



This summer, partner organizations will launch HeritageINDIA 2023, an immersive, 3-week travel program to India for high school students of Indian heritage or who have a connection to India and/or a strong desire to experience India.  Students will discover India’s rich history and culture through curated visits to urban and rural sites, hands-on work with NGOs, and group discussions at three geographically and culturally diverse regions


360Plus, a leadership development organization that offers learning opportunities to students through educational travel, technology, and cross-cultural collaborations will plan and oversee all aspects of the program. Adult trip leaders, trained and highly experienced in organizing international travel programs, will supervise students at all times


If you are interested in HeritageINDIA, email

Teen-to-Teen Interest Meeting

ICC hosted two interest meetings on Zoom.  Email if you would like links to the meetings. 


Internships and Event Help

ICC is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit and offers teens the opportunity to earn community service.  Teens can intern at All About India, ICC's children's programming, by offering hands-on assistance to teachers and children. They can also volunteer to assist with set-up, registration, and activities at events such as HoliFest and ICC Speaker Series.  At ICC's gala, they can help with decor and guest check-in.   Interested teens should email for more information or to volunteer.

HI Teen interest mtg
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