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- Sunny Scholar
Sunny Scholar is...
A sandbox for young people who want to find solutions to social problems.
To help young people grow to become social problem solvers in the social
sector by teaching them how to actively define problems and presenting
them with opportunities to gain real field experience.
Multicultural related social issues
(e.g., social adaptation of teenagers who moved to the Republic of Korea.)
Small or overlooked social problems
(e.g., solving educational problems for children who are hospitalized for a long period of time in a pediatric ward.)
Sunny Scholar offers optimized training and experience in creating solutions for social problems.
- Education on the data analysis method* for analyzing social problems and the systems thinking method.**
- Various case studies to help find solutions.
- Prototype methodology for creating solutions.
- *Data Literacy: Training on the ability to find and analyze data related to social problems.
- **Systems Thinking: An analytical method of separating and connecting complex social problems into individual elements to find the root of social problems.
- Volunteer work experience in the field of social issues.
- Various kinds of visual experience through reading/discussions on social issues.
- Experience in CSR/ESG activities of social enterprises and enterprises dedicated to solving similar social problems.
- Physical resource support such as costs for activities and costs for solution design/development.
- Human resources support such as mentoring, field experts, and more.
- Those who want to solve social problems but don’t know how to start.
- Those who want to analyze social problems, create solutions, and apply them on-site
- Those who are in need of human/material resources to solve long-term social problems.
(People who are able to seriously commit to a course that lasts more than six months.)
- Special Consideration
- Those who are actually experiencing the problems they would like to solve.
Those who are looking to create long-term solutions. (Those who want to start a social enterprise, non-profit organization, etc.)