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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 Exhibit and Opening Reception  
Sunday, February 4 to February 25

Greenwich Historical Society presents the second annual student-curated exhibit highlighting personal family stories and artifacts gathered as part of the My Story, Our Future project. A collaborative initiative organized by the India Cultural Center,  the Asian and Asian American Studies Institute at UConn, and Greenwich Historical Society, the project aims to collect and contribute stories about South Asian American youth identity in Connecticut in support of the state’s mandated K-12 Asian American/Pacific Islander curriculum. Student participants spent the fall of 2023 learning to interview family members on their experiences as immigrants to North America from South Asia. The exhibit will be on view in the Historical Society Museum Lobby from February 4-25.

ICC founders Nisha Arora, Mudita Bhargava, and Meera Gilbert will be guest speakers at the exhibit opening and reception at 3:00 pm on Sunday, February 4.  The reception is open to the public but RSVP's are required.   If you would like to attend, rsvp to


You can listen to the students' oral histories HERE


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.

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