Do you want to make an impact while developing career-relevant skills?
Wondering how a social enterprise operates but don’t know where to start?
Well look no further than Enactus UNSW’s flagship Social Impact Program!
--------- How does it work? ------------
The Social Impact Program is a two-week AHEGS accredited TRAINEESHIP where attendees collaborate together in small teams to gain hands-on experience with our Enactus PROJECTS. These social endeavours can range anywhere from helping empower low socioeconomic groups all the way to finding a new way to reuse surplus food. This is a perfect opportunity to also DEVELOP professional and entrepreneurial skills that are highly demanded by today’s employers!
Some ideas that you will be learning about: - Validation and prototyping - Growing your project rapidly and building partnerships - Measuring social impact - Electronic platforms for sales
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Session 1: Monday 26th November - Friday 7th December
Session 2: Monday 28th January 2018 - Friday 8th February 2018
Days per Week: Monday to Thursday (4 days)
Hours per Day: 6hrs + 1hr Lunch Break (10AM-5PM)
Workshop and Mentoring Sessions: TBD
--------- How to Apply -----------
Enactus’ Social Impact Program is open to ALL UNSW students - all faculties and years are welcome to apply.
Applications close on the 21st of October at 11:59pm (Sunday).
----------- What are the benefits? -------------
Whether you are a keen first year or a veteran finishing your honours, our Social Impact Program has something to offer to EVERYONE!
Through professional development workshops from a variety of start-ups and companies, students are guided through the program under mentors who have had years of industry experience.
Furthermore, program participants will undertake a wide range of roles across various projects that can range from calling businesses to meeting with potential project partners! These experiences will help develop your understanding of the key issues associated with creating a social impact.
Our Social Impact Program can also be accredited for AHEGS recognition on your academic transcript.
This event is organised by an Arc affiliated Club, which is supported by Arc and independently run. Arc is not responsible for the event or the information provided.