Commitment to Action

Challenge: Youth Career Bootcamps

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Challenge: Future

In 2013, Challenge: Future committed to providing professional and personal development opportunities for 1,500 youths, ages 18-30, in 12 countries throughout Europe and Africa over the course of one year. Challenge: Future aims to address the issue of rising youth unemployment by expanding access to educational and career training for youth in underserved communities through the implementation of Career Bootcamps. The Career Bootcamps are designed to empower youth and foster social, community, and business engagement, while also providing tools for professional advancement.

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Commitment

Challenge: Youth Career Bootcamps

Launched

2013

Est. Duration

1 year

Estimated Total Value

$118,000

Region

Europe, Asia, Africa

Countries

DENMARK, INDIA, Macedonia, NIGERIA, PAKISTAN, Russia, RWANDA, SINGAPORE, SLOVENIA, SOUTH AFRICA

Commitment by

Challenge: Future

Partner(s) of the Commitment Maker(s)

Let us Save Uganda, Mladi Info, Frontloberne Denmark, AIESEC, Ground Up Initiative Singapore