Mladi junaki uresničujejo idejo o tem, da ima vsak edinstven talent in potencial, ter ustvarjajo okolje, ki mladim omogoča, da oba odkrijejo in razvijejo. Pot nadarjene slovenske dijake vodi skozi številna slovenska podjetja, ki so v svojem delovanju drugačna, skupen pa jim je poslovni uspeh ter stimulativno delovno okolje. Verjamemo, da je oboje plod neprestanega učenja, vztrajnosti, drznosti in trdega dela.
Projekt mladim omogoča individualno mentorstvo, hkrati pa nudi skupinska srečanja, druženje in povezovanje med dijaki, udeleženci programa, njihovimi mentorji, organizatorji in predstavniki podjetij. V sklopu srečanj dijaki obiskujejo slovenska in mednarodna podjetja, kjer so predstavljeni posamezni poklici in karierne priložnosti, prav tako pa imajo udeleženci priložnost spoznati zaposlene v podjetju in slišati njihovo zgodbo o uspehu. S programom želimo med mladimi in mentorji predvsem vzpostaviti zaupanje ter pomagati pri odločitvi o njihovi nadaljnji pot in osebnem razvoju.
Ob koncu programa se udeleženci potegujejo tudi za eno izmed treh enoletnih štipendij za nadaljnji osebnostni in karierni razvoj.
Mladi junaki 2018: združili smo 16 udeležencev in 16 mentorjev, sodelovali pa smo z: ABC pospeševalnik, Akrapovič, Intersport, Escape Room Mindmaze, Hood Burger, Woop, Mitch Styling, Jezeršek gostinstvo, ga. Ksenija Benedetti in drugi.
Mladi junaki 2019: združili smo 18 udeležencev in 16 mentorjev, sodelovali pa smo z: Til Pleterski in Klemen Ptičak (ustanovitelja Hood Burger), Nina Smole (trenerka javnega nastopanja AKT), Inštitut Jožef Štefan, Andrej P. Škraba (ustanovitelj portala astra.si in vodja marketinga NiceHash), Tehnološki park Ljubljana in drugi.
October 2016: Shape it!
Global Shapers Community Ljubljana Hub has launched a tender for the best solution in the field of sustainable development of the city Ljubljana with the goal to encourage young people and share their vision, knowledge and practical skills.
The tender Shape it! was held in the spirit of European initiative, Green Capital 2016. It was a non-profit project with the main objective to obtain high-quality solutions in the field of sustainable development. The proposals from the participators were linked to at least one of the six points which are dedicated to sustainable development - local transport, low waste, eco-innovation and sustainable employment, energy efficiency, water consumption, and air quality.
Seven individual and two group projects were submitted until the end of October 2016. Among all brilliant sustainable ideas, the winning project has been chosen »Paper for paper – Collect, Replace, Activate«, which idea is to collect paper in schools but not trade it for money, as we usually do, but to replace it with plants. The goal is to collect at least one tonne of paper and replace it with 300 plants. The winning idea and its authors received a “prize package” and a co-financing in a total amount of 500 eur.
Shapers from Ljubljana hub also put their effort into the implementation of the project and the whole community will try to practically demonstrate the importance of plants, trees and other greenery, which is being constantly used and damaged for papers, books, magazines etc. This is a great example of how young people can contribute to sustainability awareness.
October 2015: Change your view - change the world!
With the project "Change your view - change the world!" we informed and educated young people on how to effectively deal with different factors that reduce our quality of life. We’ve prepared a series of 4 lectures which covered areas that professionals and young people themselves recognize as the most challenging (stress, mental disorders, continuous time pressure, and troubles in personal relationships).
We achieved the following objectives:
Open discussions on the issues that the public considers a "taboo" topic.
We’ve helped to educate young people on how to identify signs of trouble by themselves and how to be as independent as possible when trying to eliminate them.
Awareness on young people's mental health issues.
The lectures were very well perceived – the reported attendance was around 200 people and the event was also noted by a number of relevant Slovenian media.