The KU-SDG Ambassador Program is a co-curricular program which aims to build upon KU’s membership into the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network and introduce the UN-SDGs to our students; equipping them with the knowledge to contribute towards giving back to the community . This program will include a series of workshops on the topics of Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Leadership with a focus on sustainability. The workshop series will be divided into six units: An introductory session, four themed units based on the 17 goals, and a closing session.
The workshop series begins in Fall and concludes in Spring, with case studies after the each of four main modules. Introductory sessions are open to all undergraduate students, but students who register for the workshop series must commit to the end. Student who successfully complete the program are recognized with a certificate.
After an introductory session, there will be a workshop every few weeks that addresses one of the categories outlined and presents a scenario on issues pertinent to the problems addressed. Each one relates to the SDGs of the session and provides a task for participants to:
Applicant must possess a genuine interest for sustainability, environment, technology, entrepreneurship and innovation.
Roles and Responsibilities