“What do you want to be when you grow up?”
Remember being asked,
What was your answer back then? Did it change over time? If so, why?
Here in Crater, we help students unearth their passions. Our programmes emphasise on exposing students to first-hand experience and knowledge of real world issues and career pathways. We believe that by doing so, we can enable them to better identify their ambitions and make meaning of their learning in school.
Based directly in schools, we and our partners work with students on a long-term basis, giving them easy access to the information they need about the “real-world”.
Whether you are an organisation, a working professional or an educator, we hope that you will join us in enabling students to discover their potential and to navigate their dreams.
We keep students’
Together with the organisations and working professionals we work with, we run programmes designed to bring real-world relevance to students’ learning in schools.
A 3-day social impact challenge that equips students with the necessary foundational skills and knowledge required to start and sustain an impact project. In groups of 4 to 5 members, students will work on problem statements from a selected theme, and propose their solution at the end of the challenge.
Our METEOR programme is designed for youths in secondary schools aged 14-17. As the world grows increasingly complex, our programme aims to help students grow in capacity and capability to navigate future uncertainties.
Through their empowerment and support for students and the work they do, the organisations and working professionals in our community play a vital role in the delivery of our programmes. Apart from which, Crater also acts as a channel for them to work in tandem with like-minded organisations to achieve greater impact.