An online educational project about 21st century skills for teens who want to be the creators of changes in their local communities.


In the regions, young people do not have opportunities for development and access to non-formal education. Passive surroundings do not motivate self-development and leadership, and the most active ones tend to leave their hometown or village in search of opportunities in large cities or abroad. Those who want to take initiatives in their community face prejudice and lack of support.

The mission of the project is to enable teens to reveal their leadership potential and motivate them to take responsibility for changes in their own lives and the development of local communities, to give knowledge about the skills of the 21st century that will help in finding a future destination. The project helps to feel the value of knowledge and self-education and inspires to look for opportunities for their own development and share knowledge and experience with others.

Who can participate?

Motivated teens aged 14-15, who strive to become creators of changes.

During the project, the participants:

- take part in lectures about organizing events, public speaking, communication, project management, media literacy, fact-checking, financial literacy, creating presentations and video content, creativity, teamwork and sex education;

- learn to create and implement their own projects;

- will meet with youth leaders and activists who will share their experience and knowledge;

- will receive support from mentors who will teach how to effectively communicate with the team, cope with emotions, work on team tasks, help with homework and group work.

Project format

In 2021 the project will be held in a digital format on Impactum platform.


The project is funded by the Klitschko Foundation.


If you have any questions, please contact the project manager Igor Yefymenko by e-mail [email protected] or write to our social networks on Instagram (@klitschkofoundation) and Facebook (

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3-month program aimed for the carrier advice for students of 2-4 year of study.

  • 8 rounds of internship
  • 2606 candidates for intern position
  • 146 students became interns
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