GIP, operated to produce online contents and share them with those interested by collecting stories about young people’s activities, invites you to meet-ups for introduction of innovative cases by types and areas and to a workshop for young people leading innovations.
1. GIP (GyeongGi Imagination Platform)
As an online platform designed to share the stories of contemporary youth, GIP provides the space for mutual discussion among young people to encourage them to come up with diverse types of activities for the future.
2. GIP Meet-Ups
These meet-ups are designed to help young people playing leading roles in making changes and innovations and allow them to exchange their ideas with each other and create networks they could maintain consistently even after the event.
The power of networking that create communities
Oct. 20, 2018, 15:00-18:00
2F, Gyeonggi Sangsang Campus 1990
Date, Content, Time, Details
Creative mornings, Emerline Ji (New York, USA)
Farm Mate + Farming Fund, Park Jong-beom
(Gyeonggi, South Korea):
Red Root Artists Cooperative, Teepee Gile
* Local stitch, Kim Su-min
(Seoul, South Korea):
Q & A
3. GIP Workshop
Cooperation made in a way to change your thoughts and bring about innovation
Oct. 27, 2018, 10:00 – 21:00
1F (GAP), Gyeonggi Cultural Foundation
We aim to train global-minded social innovators with team entrepreneurship through a workshop focusing on solutions finding based on dialogue, cooperation, and practice at Mondragon Team Academy (MTA). We would like to create a community of entrepreneurs with team spirit through cooperation among diverse generations, cultures, and disciplines. MTA, which began at Mondragon University, Spain in 2008 in cooperation with TiimiAkatemia of Finland, operates LEINN, MINN, and TEAMINN courses at universities in Europe (including Mondragon), Korea, and China. It engages in training team change makers.
Working Session 1 (2 hours)
12:00 – 13:00
Working Session 2 (2 hours)
Finding mission and vision
Working Session 3 (3 hours)
Working Session 4 (2 hours)
Birthgiving: Presentations based on subjects assigned to teams