YPARD Nepal, a branch of global youth network in Nepal which is aiming to support young professionals in agriculture sector. We are delighted to share following opportunities among Nepalese young professionals.1. Call for Participation in WorkshopDeadline: 28 July 2016Available Space: 20Resource Person: Dr. Anil Shrestha, Weed Science Professor at California State University, USA YPARD Nepal is organizing a workshop “Youth’s Grant Writing Skills Enhancement” from 1-2 August 2016 at the National Agricultural Research Institute (NARI) complex, Khumaltar, Lalitpur, Nepal in the support of USAID/Winrock International and Nepal Agriculture Research Council (NARC).The workshop will focus to enhance the quality of grant and technical writing. This will also help to increase knowledge and skills in planning strategy for new business plan and collaboration with donor agencies and partner organizations.There is no any cost to attend workshop, but if you are interested, please send us your CV and short Statement of Interest to email@example.com. The applicant must be registered on YPARD website. To register, please click here.2. Call for Mentees: EduMala Mentoring ProgramDeadline: 26 July 2016Available Space: 20Resource Person: Dr. Dilip Bhandri, Heifer International headquarters, Arkansas, USAEduMala Mentoring Program is a blended online/offline mentoring program, operated by YPARD Nepal in technical support of Dream Work Solution to build the interpersonal skills of Nepalese young agricultural professionals. We have already successfully completed our 1st and 2nd batch of mentoring program in January and March, 2016 respectively.Currently, we are opening a call for mentees: “Managing Livestock-Based Community Development Projects" which will be starting from 8-19 August 2016. Individual interested in community development having background of livestock, undergrads/grads (from agriculture, veterinary science or livestock, social work) can apply here. We will notify you before 31 July 2016 about the status of your application.3. Call for Mentors: EduMala Mentoring ProgramDo you have expertise in i) Agriculture, ii) Animal Science, iii) Natural Resources, iv) Food Science, v) Forestry, vi) Environmental Science, etc.? Are you comfortable to share your experiences with beginning researchers?If so, EduMala might be your best platform for volunteering to serve as a mentor. Please attach your CV with a short statement describing your interest in participation and what you expect to contribute/learn from the mentor/mentee relationship to firstname.lastname@example.org. Application will review and finalize in rolling basis, a member of the EduMala Mentoring Program Committee will be in contact with applicants in 7 business day. For more, visit our official website http://edumala.com/.