Social Project

Social Project Training

12–14 March (online) | 17–19 September (online)

What is the Social Project Training?

The Social Project Training is designed to give you the tools to address a problem you see in your community—without requiring major resources, connections or specialised background. Through five interactive modules delivered by expert facilitators, you will work closely with peers and experienced mentors to identify a problem you are passionate about—and find a way to do something about it. We use the UN's Sustainable Development Goals as a framework and inspiration, but the project is yours to drive and take ownership of.

Does this sound like you?

    • 18+

    • Have a computer and Internet

    • Dissatisfied with the status quo

    • Want to make a change in your community but aren't sure where to start

    • Looking for a way to kick off a project

    • Have an idea—or too many ideas

How to apply

  • Applications for the next Social Project Training will be open soon! In the meantime, check out our other upcoming workshops.

What to expect

Preparation

You will receive preparation material two weeks in advance, including Social Project Cards for inspiration and audiovisual content so that you're familiar with the concepts in the programme.

Social Project Training

The Social Project Training walks you through developing a project that you can implement within six months of completing the programme. The modules build on each other, giving you a solid framework for your ideas and creativity.

Implementation

In the six months following the Social Project Training, you will be paired with an experienced mentor and have peer support to help you troubleshoot and stay on track as you implement your project. You can accomplish a lot in half a year!

more workshops and webinars

We also have upcoming workshops on career paths (don't miss our free Explore Inspiring Career Paths panels!) and the common good—check them out here! Looking for a more in-depth experience? Our 2021 Youth Week will run 30 July–8 August.


Common good workshops
Career path workshops