Rise has commenced its 2022 edition of Rise Challenge for teenagers aged 15-17 years.
The Rise challenge uses uses videos, projects, and group interviews so participants can have multiple opportunities to showcase their potential.
For participants without access to a video recording device, Rise offers the option of submitting text responses.
Geeky Nigeria reports that Rise has developed collaborations with a broad variety of organizations in the public, private, and social sectors—including schools, universities, nonprofits, advocacy groups, businesses, and others. Examples of members of our network include:
To take part in The Rise Challenge, the children should create an individual project that demonstrates their talents and benefits their communities, and peer review other applicants’ projects, among other activities.
After they complete the Rise Challenge, Rise selects up to 500 Finalists to advance to “Finalist Days,” where they demonstrate their motivations, problem-solving abilities, and teamwork skills in an innovative interview format.
From the 500 Finalists, Rise selects up to 100 Global Winners to receive various benefits as they work to serve others.
For the challenge, Rise is looking out for: Brilliance, Perseverance, Integrity, Empathy, and Calling.
To apply visit https://www.risefortheworld.org/apply-to-rise/