Student run campus (self-governance)
Fellows get to run the campus on their own, wherein they will learn and apply important leadership and governance skills. While at the HILLs fellowship, it is the fellows who will manage coordination, logistics, and fieldwork to get exposure to the actual workings on the ground which will better equip them for real-life post the fellowship.
At HILLs, the fellows are partners in the campus ecosystem and its governance. They serve as equal collaborators and take part in the running of the program and share responsibilities. Coordinators are elected from amongst the fellows, and duties are rotated every month.
Student-run-campus and student governments are key elements of the 3R to 3H model of learning. By running their own campus and managing day-to-day activities, students learn essential life skills.