We partner with universities to deliver our co-curricular leadership programmes. These programmes offer a cutting-edge CQ pedagogy with power experiential learning techniques, equipping students with the CQ to thrive in the world today.
Legacy Initiatives are for young people aged 18-25, from across a city or country. They challenge a generation to think 20-30 years ahead – to a significant anniversary for their city or country – and think through what their legacy will be. Find out more about Legacy Initiatives here.
2048 will mark 100 years since a team at the University of Manchester developed “The Baby”, the world’s first modern computer. It was a moment of innovation that has defined the lives not only of their generation but of every generation after them. GM100 will bring together 100 young leaders to address the question: “What will the legacy of our generation be?”