The Core of the Programme

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Cambridge students already get an exceptional and deep education, kindled by some of the world's best minds. Skills and mindsets outside their academic subject deserve the same purposefulness and attention. 


The Changemaker programme is attribute-based. Each element - from programming to our structure - is designed to layer up skills, mindsets and practices that will help us all to become more of the 'change we wish to see'. 

A Cambridge College - an intimate multidisciplinary community of talented and committed learners - is the perfect setting to develop these qualities through a deliberate, structured programme alongside your degree.

Resilience

Building confidence.

Reflective practice.

Prioritising.

Managing stress.

Understanding who we are, what has shaped us, and the values we hold. 

Vision-casting.

Strengths and drivers analysis.

Self-efficacy.

Action and Enterprise

Creativity.

Application. 

Problem-solving.

Decision-making. 

Assessing risk.

Comfort with failure and not-knowing.

Networking.

Pitching. 

Financial awareness.

Persistence.

Emotional intelligence.

Empathy.

Compassion.

Getting to true collaboration. 

Responsibility

Inter-cultural understanding.

The roots, effects and management of prejudice. 

The ambitions, limits and principles of changemaking. 

Macro-system of power, influence, and change.

Difference, diversity, equality. 

Social awareness

Global sustainability.

Leadership

The ability to get things done, alongside and with others. 

Team skills (listening, effective communication, interdependence). 

Team types. 

Individual profiles. 

Vision developement.

What leaders are, know, and do.

Adapting to environment.

Community and social challenge. 

Encountering and welcoming difference. 

Homerton College

University of Cambridge

Hills Road

Cambridge

CB2 8PH

Tel: +44 1223 747270

changemakers@homerton.cam.ac.uk

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