Launched for the first time in 2005, the SESL Challenge marries experiential learning and social awareness in a way that empowers students to create ideas that will make a difference in their local or global communities.
The eight-week challenge runs from February to April, culminating with the teams presenting their initiatives to a panel of judges at the SESL 2008 New Hampshire Northern and Southern Regional Final Challenges on Saturday, April 12.
Only in its third season, the SESL Challenge has been greeted enthusiastically by New Hampshire business leaders, educators and teachers, and Brodsky and Foy are hoping to see the program grow throughout New England, eventually becoming a national program.
With ISOPIA's ILMS, SESL will offer Indian companies end-to-end Learning Solutions from Consulting and Web-enabling content to Managed Implementation services.
K Thiagarajan, President SESL, commented, "SESL is partnering with world leaders to bring the best experience of online learning in India.