Mentorship
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Education and training are enhanced by close mentorship relationships. Apprenticeships and role model dynamics help demonstrate a path, build concrete skills, and provide an interactive component to personal growth that makes success and perserverence more likely. Resolution Fellows are creating mentorship programs around the world, working with students and job trainees to provide a vision and support for the future.

Education and training are enhanced by close mentorship relationships. Apprenticeships and role model dynamics help demonstrate a path, build concrete skills, and provide an interactive component to personal growth that makes success and perserverence more likely. Resolution Fellows are creating mentorship programs around the world, working with students and job trainees to provide a vision and support for the future.

IMPaCT

Natalie Stasiewicz is starting IMPaCT in Heidelberg, Germany. IMPaCT is an inclusive music program for teenagers 14-17 from different social and educational backgrounds to learn about music and themselves by writing and creating rap together. This free program will include music therapists and local artists to help students learn to express themselves and discover all that they have in common while also celebrating their differences.

Natalie Stasiewicz

I was born in Hamburg Germany where I grew up. My parents are both from Poland, which gave me the amazing opportunity to grow up bilingual. After graduating from the Gymnasium I decided to move to Heidelberg, where I started studying History and South Asia Studies. During my studies I got the chance to learn many languages and meet incredible young people. One of them is my friend and flatmate Milena. Together we founded our social venture IMPaCT, the Inclusive Music Project. We hope to bring young people from different social- and educational backgrounds together

Joseph Opoku

Joseph has a wide range of experience advancing youth development in Ghana. He worked with the West Africa Civil Society Institute, Opportunity International, Children and Youth in Broadcasting and Springboard Roadshow Foundation, and many others. Joseph is passionate about education and youth development, particularly working to fill gaps within education. He founded the Youth Impact Workshop to help build the capacity of young people in Ghana to design, prototype and implement social enterprises at school and in their communities.

Model City Council

Saje Molato is the founder of Model City Council, a social venture in the Quezon District of the Philippines that will provide local opportunity for students to participate in simulations of city council meetings. Model City Council will engage young people in local discourse, empower them to influence government policy and decision making, and increase their awareness of and leadership on issues that impact them and their local communities.

Why Youth?

Why Youth aims to encourage students in Belgrade to recognize the important leadership roles they can play in developing their communities. Stefan and his team will deliver a leadership development curriculum in schools, building students' social skills, awareness, and self-confidence. Why Youth will create strong young leaders who take the initiative in creating positive change.

Stefan Raicevic

Stefan was born in Bar, Montenegro and graduated from the local primary and high school. After finishing his first year of high school, Stefan was chosen as a scholar of the U.S. State Department’s Young Leaders Exchange ASMYLE. Through this program, Stefan spent one year in the United States. He graduated in the top 10 of both his American and native high school and started studying law at the University of Belgrade in September 2014. 

Iwili Project

Rassidatou Konate, founder of the Iwili Project in Ougadougou, Burkina Faso, will equip high school students and recent graduates with entrepreneurial skills, mentorship, internships, and funding to start businesses. Iwili seeks to address the deficit of resources, jobs, and skills for high school students and recent graduates by offering a holistic program of entrepreneurial, leadership, and professional skills development that prepares students for the job market and further educational study.

Connect

Through their social venture, Connect, Fabian Nagel, Albert Grafe, and Max Wosnitza will bring together refugees and asylum seekers in Mannheim, Germany with university students for exchange of culture and language.  In so doing, Connect aims to breakdown long-standing barriers between refugees and German citizens and ease the process of refugee integration into German society.

Max A. Wosnitza

Max Wosnitza currently pursues a bachelor degree in Economics at the University of Mannheim. Since his young years, Max had a special interest into political, economic and social issues. Therefore he found himself early engaged in the local amnesty international youth group, as well as being a member of a city councils planning body for educational development in his hometown Emden. After starting his studies, Max added a global perspective to his earlier experiences, joining the Model United Nations Society, sense the importance of intercultural exchange.

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