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What's Possible Workshop - Design for Good

How might we design a world where young women and girls have equitable access to education, healthcare and security, economic opportunity and political empowerment? How can we co-create solutions that enable this to happen?

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What's Possible Workshop - Design for Good
What's Possible Workshop - Design for Good

TIME & LOCATION

Nov 05, 2:00 PM – 4:30 PM PST

Redmond, Microsoft Building 30, 3910 163rd Ave NE, REDMOND, Washington, 98052

About the event

Calling all bold girls and allies from 7th to 12th grade who are passionate about becoming changemakers! 

  • Are there things that make you mad, sad or frustrated and you wish you can change it?
  • Do you have an idea that you feel passionate about but don't know where to start or how to make it happen? 
  • Are you curious and want to learn how to design innovative solutions that can drive impact? 

Design thinking is a mindset used to design for change. During this session, you'll be working with like-minded peers guided by an experienced professional at your table, to learn how to center your solution on the human experience, ideate playfully and creatively, and collaborate with others to develop a prototype of an initial solution. We'll share tools and approaches to apply these skills to create positive impact, and provide real-time feedback and coaching. Particularly for those who are planning to join our Changemaker Challenge, this will be a perfect opportunity to bring your team or form a team during the session to start designing your solution and receiving coaching from professional experts. You will learn how to take the first step to design and develop your solution that you can later present and pitch to experts who can help you bring your solutions to life. 

Meet our design thinking experts from Accenture

We will be joined by design thinking expert facilitators from Accenture, a leading professional services organization. Together they bring a wealth of experience applying design thinking principles to break down and solve problems that impact people. They will facilitate various design thinking exercises to apply your learning to begin to draft a real-world solution to make the change you want to see, now.

Join us and bring to life bold ideas to create big impact!

📍This is an in-person event. You will receive a confirmation email with details a few days prior to the event. Please check your junk folder in case you don't receive it.

Before registering for this event, please read the terms and conditions as listed in the Release Form.

Questions? Email us at hello@beboldgirls.org or call Nickie Smith: 425 445 7527 | Stella Guo: 425 623 6782. For event onsite support,  call Michelle Wu: 206 948 2797.

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