Create social change. Join 180 Degrees Hamburg.
Since 2015, 180 Degrees Hamburg has regularly assisted in making social impact by offering student-based consultancy to social businesses and social enterprises throughout the Hamburg area. Furthermore, we’ve connected students with organizations as well as develop their skills in a variety of disciplines.
As a consultant at 180 Degrees Hamburg you will:
- Work alongside social organizations and enterprises
- Develop your consulting skills based on your desired expertise
- Make tangible social impact
- Expand your international network with fellow consultants from around the globe
- Realize your potential as a future consulting professional
What are you waiting for? Join our team!
For inquiries & questions: email@example.com
Important Dates // Winter Cycle 2018
|Application Deadline||November 4th|
|Open Doors Event||October 25th at 19:00, place TBA|
|Kick-Off Event||November 30th|
|Consultant Training and Workshop Day||December 1st|
|Final Event||March 14th|
|Consulting Period||December 2018 – March 2019|
|Hangouts||Once every month (Details on Facebook)|
Recent projects from Summer Cycle 2018
Once again 180 Degrees Hamburg will be working with Bridge&Tunnel. B&T is a social enterprise which was founded in 2013 by Constanze Klotz & Hanna Charlotte Erhorn. B&T is a sustainable fashion label from Hamburg that brings together exciting denim designs & socially disadvantaged people in their unique business model. Now, the major challenge faced by B&T is to take its social business to a step further, while reducing its ecological footprint.
Refugee Canteen is an academy that teaches immigrants & refugees basic education of “gastronomy as a profession”. The science & art of food is being transferred by combining knowledge with experience of gastronomy inside their modern kitchens. In Hamburg, renowned restaurants & hotels support them by providing interesting employment opportunities. Refugee Canteen is not only teaching craftsmanship but also building a cultural understanding of business and society in Germany. Now, Refugee Canteen seeks to activate digitalization to increase their social impact.
Hanseatic Help operates as a logistics group aimed at providing clothing, hygiene, and other necessary articles to non-profit organizations worldwide. They collect donations and organize their distribution to groups that work with populations in need, including refugees, homeless, long-term unemployed, women & children. Hanseatic Help has also delivered relief supplies to crisis regions like Syria, Iraq, Greece, Sicily & Haiti. Additionally, Hanseatic Help employs people from various backgrounds and investing in their long-term career development and societal integration.