Exposure, Experience, Education
A gap year, also known as a sabbatical year, is a year’s break between high school and college/university, aimed at promoting a mature outlook with which to absorb the benefits of higher education. International youth are welcome to apply as well.
Supreme Girls Gap Year includes:
Course- Becoming a Change-Maker: Introduction to Social Innovation
Whether you are already familiar with the field of social innovation or social entrepreneurship, working for an organization that wants to increase its social impact, or just starting out, this course will take you on a journey of exploring the complex problems that surround us and how to start thinking about solutions. We will debunk common assumptions around what resources are needed to begin acting as a social innovator. We will learn from the numerous examples of social innovations happening all over the world.
You will be challenged to get out of your comfort zone and start engaging with the diverse spaces around you. By the end of the course, you will have formed your own approach to social innovation, and you will have begun to develop the concepts, mindset, skills, and relationships that will enable you to start and evolve as a change-maker. You will be able to purchase a Verified Certificate accredited by the University of Capetown if you wish to show evidence of your achievements, but this is optional, and you may apply for Financial Aid if you are unable to pay the certificate fee.
Course -Journalism for Social Change
Through this class, Journalism for Social Change (J4SC), you will learn the practice of solution based journalism, wherein stories give equal weight to problems and their solutions.
The goal of this online course is two-fold: 1) to teach you how to use journalism and media as an implement of social change; and 2) to have you become effective change agents yourselves.
Throughout the course, you will view examples of outstanding solution-based journalism. The majority of these stories focus on vulnerable children. The umbrella of children allows us to explore the broad, but deeply interwoven issues affecting all vulnerable peoples.
J4SC provide you with a platform to research, report on, and write about the policy and justice issues that fuel your own interests and passions, whether that involves immigration crises, criminal justice, women’s rights, child exploitation, or poverty. Student work will be published throughout the semester and have a direct, immediate impact.
The year includes:
Career Guidance and Support
Monthly publishing of Supreme Girls Digital Magazine
This is an amazing opportunity for girls who have not decided what they want to do after high school. This exposes them to various industries and teaches them the how to serve their communities. The year begins on 1 March 2019 and is packed with activities to keep the girls on the move.
The fees for 2019 are R 5000. Choose a payment option:
*R 2,500 in February 2019 and R 2,500 in March 2019
*R 5000 in February 2019
*R 4,800 in December 2018
Fill in the application form below.
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Nedbank, Current Account, Number: 1106642236
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