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Developing Social Impact Projects with University Students

Universities represent one of our greatest hopes for solving many of the worlds biggest challenges. Developing social impact projects with university students provides hands on experience to the SDGs and global challenges impacting humanity. Hands on experience, outside classroom theory, will install social impact and responsibility values to our next generation of leaders and humanitarians.

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Developing Social Impact Projects with University Students

Universities represent one of our greatest hopes for solving many of the worlds biggest challenges. Developing social impact projects with university students provides hands on experience to the SDGs and global challenges impacting humanity. Hands on experience, outside classroom theory, will install social impact and responsibility values to our next generation of leaders and humanitarians.
330M
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Our Next Generation of Social Impact Leaders and Entrepreneurs

Providing field experience is of significant value to any university student. Social impact projects provides out of the classroom experience while instilling in our young generation life long values to take to their future carers and organizations.

Our nonprofit is currently developing a program for universities to include in their curriculum and career development resources. We are at the crossroads of significant challenges that will impact every corner of the world and humanity. Let's prepare our next generation to play a role in making a difference.

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