Create social change. Join 180 Degrees Hamburg.
Since 2015, 180 Degrees Hamburg has regularly assisted in making social impact by offering student-based consultancy to social businesses and social enterprises throughout the Hamburg area. Furthermore, we’ve connected students with organizations as well as develop their skills in a variety of disciplines.
As a consultant at 180 Degrees Hamburg you will:
- Work alongside social organizations and enterprises
- Develop your consulting skills based on your desired expertise
- Make tangible social impact
- Expand your international network with fellow consultants from around the globe
- Realize your potential as a future consulting professional
What are you waiting for? Join our team!
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Important Dates // Summer Cycle 2019
|Application Deadline||April 28th|
|Open Event||April 16th at 19:00 at Roxie (Rentzelstraße 6, 20146 Hamburg)|
|Assesment Centre||May 4th|
|Kick-Off Event||May 10th|
|Final Event||September 27th|
|Consulting Period||May 2019 – September 2019|
|Hangouts||Once every month during the consulting period (Details on Facebook)|
Our Clients for the Winter Cycle 2018
leetHub is a co-working space, a meeting point and a hub for refugees in Hamburg. Their main goal is being an interface for topics like integration and social participation. Through their different projects they try to positively contribute to open culture of Hamburg. As they believe that people are able to reach their goal on their own, their main projects include empowering people with migration background.
Young & Fair is a student company founded in 2012 at the Ludwig-Meyn-Gymnasium in Uetersen. It was created with the goal to bring more fairness into the textile industry by selling fair trade organic cotton textiles. As a student organization, supported by their school, Young & Fair offers its services mostly to schools and other public organizations. For the past 3 years they have been designing their own line of deigns and prints and marketing it under the brand DEFY.
School inventory and the furniture of other public buildings is always replaced by full new sets, so when a table or chair gets broken, a large number of almost new furniture ends up in cellars and storage rooms. FLOW addresses this malpractice by acknowledging discarded school inventory as a resource. They try to bring it back to the market by acting as an interface between schools and the new users. The project has been run successfully in Hamburg since 2014.