Training

Work in a developing area collaborating with local communities to establish real social ventures aimed at solving complex issues. Implement design thinking and innovative methodologies pulled together from Stanford Design School and leading resources around the world. It’s time we learnt that social change comes when communities are vested in the change themselves. So their involvement is crucial to the process. They’ll bring the culture and context and you’ll bring the education and execution.

We run multiple times a year, taking students from Australia, Singapore and the United Kingdom. We work across Malawi, Timor-Leste, Fiji and Cambodia. Our projects run continuously across January, February, May, June, July, August and December, with the aim to be running 10 months of the year. This will allow for seamless change over of Social Venture Projects and strong execution of the Social Venture Business Model.

Social Venture Projects currently focus on Sustainable Agriculture, Water Development (Engineering) and Education Resources. All have business principles at the core, enabling sustainable implementation of developed solutions.