United Nations Sustainable
Decent Works and Economic Growth 24 - 26 November in Trollhättan.
We all live in cities and communities!
We all need to strive to make our cities and communities sustainable, both enviromentaly, socially and economically.
We gather challenges from companies and organizations that all have something to do with living and acting in cities and communities.
Students work in multidisciplinary teams to find and implement sustainable solutions to the challenges.
For three (3) intensive days students work on an idea or concept product from a partner company that has something to do with Health and Well-Being.
Students are supported by expert innovation actors and mentors and given a crash course in innovation processes and tools. At the end of the three days the students pitch their idea and then start implementing it.
The most driven and committed groups will be accepted into a six (6) month program where we provide knowledge, support, mentorship and much more to make sure that the students can focus on creating value for themselves and others.
What you do as a student:
Work with real project
To create real value and opportunities
With a real organization
With a real team
Deliver an evidence based pitch
What You Gain as a Student:
The opportunity to make a positive impact with a company
Work experience for your resume
Valuable connections for the future
Experience in realizing an idea
Knowledge in innovation and entrepreneurial processes
If you and your team want to continue to work on your project as many other students have done before we offer continued innovation support for up to 6 months. This is your true chance to create real value both for yourself and others.
How To Participate as a Student
You will be contacted for a short phone interview
Students are matched students into innovative teams based on competence, leadership abilities, team work, interest and passions.
You and your team work for three (3) to find, frame and present a solution for your partner organization.
Get a Team
If you are selected you will be matched into a diverse team of four (4) students.