Case Studies & Testimonials
It is becoming increasingly evident that our communities, institutions, and the world at large, are facing a range of complex challenges that are resistant to traditional responses.
CIC believes in young people as designers, inventors and social innovators.
We know that properly supported they will play a pivotal role in remaking the world.
CIC believes in young people as designers, social innovators and entrepreneurs. We know that properly supported they will play a pivotal role in remaking the world.
The four CIC programs are :
Lead for Impact
Build the capacity of young people to lead change… in their own lives, in their schools and in their communities.
Enable communities and organisations to tap into young people’s creativity, inventiveness and ability to build support for transformative ideas
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350 social innovators get future ready and pitch crazy good ideas
Young people lead the way on reimagining how we foster mental well being in community
Young pollinators draw 3000 citizens into the community change conversation
- Rachael Williams, Year 9 Learning Leader
- Year 9 Student
“I learnt that I really enjoy creating original ideas and making them happen. Previously, I wasn’t aware of my interest in inventing things. Life is so busy with other things a lot of the time, you never get to discover the other strange things that you’re passionate about. Finding out that I’m passionate about creating new ideas and concepts for the benefit of those in need made me question what sort of career I may have been thinking about. I absolutely love Crazy Ideas College.“
“CIC provided the expertise, structure and support we needed to create an authentic, real world learning experience that increased our students’ sense of agency, both as learners and as change-makers. Our world needs more young people with crazy good ideas and CIC understands how to work with schools to make that happen.”
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