Great leaders are aware of their strengths and weaknesses, and find ways to lead from their strengths and compensate for their weaknesses. Great leaders think, speak and act according to a leadership story.
Purpose is to provide participants with the inspiration, connections, and tools needed to initiate and implement socially conscious projects. Participants will come away from the 12 days summer school with clear and implementable project plans.
This program is designed to be partly a school/partly retreat, meaning that participants will not only come away with functional tools for project design and implementation, but will gain support or/and inspiration for the journey of creating and implementing socially conscious projects in the non-profit world.
18-30 years old social change makers, leaders interested in sustainable and conscious project management and development from Lithuania, Sweden, Turkey and Armenia.
The program is funded by ERASMUS+ program
Therefore, participation is free of charge for participants coming from Armenia, Lithuania, Sweden and Turkey. We are looking for 5 participants from each country. Travel costs will be reimbursed after the participation in the summer school. All the practical details will be communicated to the selected participants.
We can accept up to 10 participants from other countries, however, you would need to pay 600 EUR participation fee which includes accommodation, food (breakfast, lunch and dinner), local transporation and other costs related to the training course. The fee without accommodation is 270 EUR (includes food and local transporation).
We care about sustainability. Therefore, during the project we will provide only vegetarian or vegan meals and use buses, bikes or trains as a means of local transportation.
How to Apply
The CV and the motivation letter (indicating the country of residence) should be send to the following email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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