Young Pioneers Case Competition 2021

Young Pioneers Case Competition 2021

AIESEC in partnership with RMIT invites RMIT students to be part of the Young Pioneers Case Competition 2021. Young Pioneers is a 2-week case competition focused on building cross-cultural understanding, SDGs practical learning and a global network for participants of the program. Registration closes on 30th June 2021.

Young Pioneers is a 2-week case competition focused on building cross-cultural understanding, SDGs practical learning and a global network for participants of the program.

  • Get on board with this unique challenge that will take you across the globe to help solve real problems with a team of like-minded individuals.
  • This opportunity will provide you with valuable practical problem-solving experience that will be recognised by government stakeholders
  • Seize this opportunity to work with our International Partners in — PERU, SERBIA & RUSSIA— and gain valuable insights while solving real-life business challenges.

The Cases in Young Pioneers focus on the following United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.

Select from a case from multiple projects to solve with a team. Demonstrate your strategic thinking skills to tackle these challenges centered around sustainable business strategies as faced by our partners and stand a chance to win attractive cash prizes of up to $500!

For further information on the Young Pioneers Case Competition, visit the event page link below or check out the booklet.

Event Page: Join Facebook Event Page

Booklet: http://bit.ly/YPBooklet

Registration Form: http://bit.ly/YPSignup

This case challenge is open to all students from RMIT, so register individually or grab your friends and form a team of 3-4 people to register today!

What are you waiting for? Registration closes on 30th June 2021, 23:59.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity.

08 June 2021

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08 June 2021

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