Career Experimentation

Our goal is help each and every person build their ‘Category of One’. To do this, figuring out what you want, what you’re good at, and what you enjoy in important. 
An important part of the Network Capital experience is to create a safe space for people to experiment with their careers and explore new opportunities. Our subscribers do this via

I. ‘I don’t know what I want to do with my life’ Fellowship

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It is hard to figure out what one wants to do with one’s life amidst the cacophony of everyday life complemented by our inner voice that seems to be running pillar to post at breakneck speed. 

We combine live session, one-on-one mentoring, peer learning and rapid experimentations to help you figure out ‘what next’. 

II. Personalised Mentoring

Network Capital’s Founder & CEO hosts weekly office hours to coach and guide people as they experiment with their careers. In addition to him, a lot of people who have hosted masterclasses on Network Capital volunteer their time for mentoring sessions. Some of our mentors include -
Azeez Gupta
Co-Founder of Rocket Learning | HBS 
Abhilasha Sinha
Chief of Staff at Hike | HBS Alum
Prateek Jain
Senior PM at Twilio | Columbia Alum
Siddhartha Chaturvedi
Director Innovation & Society, Microsoft

III. Curated Connections

Networking is probably the most critical aspect of navigating career. However, we have never been an advocate for networking for the sake of networking. Instead, we believe in the potential of random encounters, serendipity and meaningful conversation as the best way to expand your luck surface area and build a category of one. 
Weekly group calls based on common interest and back ground.
Regional and thematic subgroups that help you connect with members.
Join in on offline meet ups and coffee chats in your city.

III. On-demand Career Content

We have one of the world’s largest library of career content in the world. With over 200 hours and 100,000 words of career insights, that will help you understand what it means to ‘X’. 
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