19 July 2016

Got an idea to create positive social change?

Design Thinking collaboration

Design Thinking can help you better tackle challenges and overcome obstacles.

C16 Design Hack is hosting an information session for its award winning student program that aims to empower next generation of social and environment leaders.

With the goal of creating change for a sustainable future, C16 Design Hack involves a series of workshops using a Design Thinking process where you will learn the tools to analyse complex challenges that we face and create innovative solutions.

This unique opportunity is open to all RMIT and University of Melbourne students.

No prior understanding of Design thinking is required - just a curious mind and willingness to collaborate!

To find out if this five-part crash course is for you, go along to the information session held from 5.30-7pm on Tuesday 2 August at Storey Hall, Building 26, Seminar Room 3, City campus.

Register your attendance or for more information, go to C16 Design Hack.

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