Inspirate is a mexican high school students bootcamp held in Saltillo, Coahuila. During three days, 80 students develop, building upon their self awareness, their social leadership skills so that they can positively impact their communities.
Youths can be change makers in our world, they can lead the present and not just only the future of our societies. In order to guarantee this to happen, they need to have proper opportunities to develop their leaderships and to reconnect with themselves, with others and with our planet. The problem is that, at least in Mexico, high school students, specially the ones attending to public schools, usually aren't nurture in that kind of educational scenarios.
By attending Inspirate, an innovative educational bootcamp, students will develop self awareness, motivation and social bonds that will allow them to become social leaders: they will be able to identify social challenges, co-create solutions and organize and mobilize resources to materialize those innovations.
Students will develop life skills that can apply through their entire lifetime. They will become citizens that will constantly work for the improvement of our world.
This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).