Schools Program - Global Humanitarian
SYDNEY, NSW (July, 2017): Humanitarian Institute has announced the launch of its Global Humanitarian Schools Program. The initiative raises awareness among young people about careers in International Humanitarian Aid and Development Cooperation industry and changes the narrative on social change is complex settings.
It's designed as a high-energy, transformative learning experience. Comprised of interactive workshops that challenge commonly held beliefs about International Aid and Development - inspiring students to engage in their communities as global citizens.
Humanitarian Institute CEO, Cory Steinhauer says: “Most people are at a huge information disadvantage when exploring a humanitarian career. We are changing that by providing the training and support available to professional Aid Workers to aspiring Humanitarians. We’re leveling the playing field.”
"By providing young people with real choices, real options for purpose driven careers we are setting them up for successful futures as global citizens" Steinhauer said.
The program teaches young people about the technical and soft skills required to be a successful Humanitarian in the 21st century. Through practical and engaging activities students gain a clear understanding of the demands, and opportunities available, in the International Humanitarian industry. Students also develop ‘Action Plans’ that support their transition from study to work.
Request a complete program brief here.
www.humanitarian.one and contact Cory Steinhauer on: firstname.lastname@example.org
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