Call for applications

AtWork Digital Master Class

Call for applications

AtWork Digital Master Class

AtWork Digital Master Class pilot
Call for participants

 

AtWork Digital is an additional educational offer of AtWork format, a Master Class, aimed specifically at developing the sense of agency in young people (18-30 years old), inspiring a new generation of young creative pioneers willing to produce concrete change in their community. It is offered digitally and is conducted by AtWork Faculty members. The workshop is offered to 15 participants, who can apply to be selected through the application call below. The class composition is international and there will be an anglophone and francophone offer available.

Call for Participants

AtWork Digital Master Class pilot in English
when: 1-4  July 2021, workshop days,
11 July presentation day– application deadline: 20 June 2021

Moleskine Foundation launches a call for the young creative pioneers and changemakers to participate in the pilot version of AtWork Digital masterclass.

What is AtWork?

AtWork is an itinerant educational format, conceived by Moleskine Foundation and Simon Njami, that unlocks the creative potential of young people through critical thinking, growing their sense of self-awareness and self-confidence, and stimulating their changemaking attitude.

It contributes to building a new generation of creative thinkers and doers.

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What is AtWork Digital?

AtWork Digital is an additional educational offer of AtWork format, a Master Class, aimed specifically at developing the sense of agency in young people (18-30 years old), inspiring a new generation of young creative pioneers willing to produce concrete change in their community.  The class composition is international and the pilot version will be conducted in English.

How does AtWork digital master class work?

The master class workshop will take place on zoom digital platform.  We will send the zoom link to the selected candidates. The workshop can accommodate 15 participants and will be conducted by Simon Njami. First 4 days of the workshop (1-4  July ) will last from 10:AM to 15:30 CET, with breaks for lunch.  The presentation day will take place on Sunday, July 11th from 10:AM to 15:30 CET. Please make sure you have a stable internet connection and connect from a space where you will not be disturbed during the hours of the workshop.  If you are connecting from outside of the CET time zone please make sure that you are aware of the time differences.  It is fundamental to be present throughout the entire workshop, so please make sure you commit your time accordingly.

Why should I apply?

  • You have started a concrete project or about to launch it, but need a deeper understanding of your purpose and sense of self
  • You want to get extra critical thinking and creative doing skills and confidence to create social change in your community
  • You want to be confronted with the exceptional personalities leading you on this journey as well as network with a group of international like-minded changemakers who will be in the class with you

How do I apply?

Please fill out the application form below
The selection process will be based on the information you provide and be will be effectuated by Moleskine Foundation
Application deadline for the pilot AtWork Digital master class:
June 20th 2021

Who can apply?

  • If you are a young person between 18 – 30 y.o. who wants to develop their changemaking attitude
  • If you are intellectually curious and are ready to work on your self-development
  • If you are passionate about transforming your community through culture and creativity
  • If you are proficient in English
  • Applications from around the world are welcome
  • Applications from all the minority groups are encouraged, this is an inclusive program
  • AtWork alumni are also encouraged to apply

Do I have to pay for the experience?

If you are selected to participate you are automatically awarded Moleskine Foundation scholarship that will cover your participation fees.

What happens if I am selected?

You will receive an email confirming your selection and will be asked to confirm your desire to participate.
You will be contacted by us with the details of the workshop.

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