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VISION


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VISION


I-Manifest 2.0 is a new template for creative education.

We are a NGO that uses creativity to empower youth to find their passion and live their purpose and create tangible career pathways for them into the creative industries. 

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I-Manifest


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I-Manifest


I-MANIFEST 2.0: A NEW TEMPLATE FOR CREATIVE EDUCATION


I-Manifest 2.0 is a new template for creative education, a refined model based upon our learnings and experiences from the past 4 years.

The template is designed to inspire humanity to re-imagine what classrooms look like, dispelling the old-world perceptions of the rigid structures still driving our current school system. Via real world learning, it delivers students with future ready skills as identified by the World Economic Forum. These skills include critical thinking, problem solving, creativity, communication, collaboration curiosity, initiative, persistence, adaptability, leadership and social and cultural awareness. 

Source: World Economic Forum, New Vision for Education report, 2015.

Source: World Economic Forum, New Vision for Education report, 2015.

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We know that the old model is not meeting the needs of the current market


WE ALL KNOW THE OLD MODEL IS NOT MEETING THE NEEDS OF THE CURRENT MARKET

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We know that the old model is not meeting the needs of the current market


WE ALL KNOW THE OLD MODEL IS NOT MEETING THE NEEDS OF THE CURRENT MARKET

I-MANIFEST: TRANSFORMING THE JOURNEY TO THE NEW WORLD OF WORK

We fuse the current segmentation between school, tertiary, and graduate education, and work. We break down the generational boundaries that exist in learning. We smash old world barriers between cultures and socio-economic status. The nexus of I-Manifest is within the workplace itself, where our learning programs are co-created with each industry to ensure we are closing legitimate skills and knowledge gaps. 

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OUR OFFERINGS


"Education is the key that unlocks doors and cultivates human, social, and economic development. However, many young people are still not receiving the education needed to face the challenges of today’s societies. The manner in which we approach education must therefore be changed and should adapt to the changing times. The structures and methods that were used to teach our parents no longer apply; new approaches and ideas are needed"

Ahmad Alhendawi United Nations Secretary-General’s Envoy on Youth

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OUR OFFERINGS


"Education is the key that unlocks doors and cultivates human, social, and economic development. However, many young people are still not receiving the education needed to face the challenges of today’s societies. The manner in which we approach education must therefore be changed and should adapt to the changing times. The structures and methods that were used to teach our parents no longer apply; new approaches and ideas are needed"

Ahmad Alhendawi United Nations Secretary-General’s Envoy on Youth

THE CURRICULUMS

Our micro-schools are delivered via the following curriculums:

 

The School of Fashionomics

Exploring the business of the global fashion industry, from luxury to high street, a focus on business strategy and emerging markets

 

The School of Personal Branding & Blogging

Focusing on the entrepreneurs in the beauty, health, wellness and fashion space.

 

The Business of Music

Focusing on the new business paradigm of the music industry.

 

The School of Creative Technology

Focusing on UX, VR, AI, animation, VFX.

 

The School of Design

Focusing on using the principles of design for a better world. 

 

The School of Life, Culture & Creativity

Focusing on people actively contributing positively and creatively to society across food, art, music, science and sustainable agriculture. 

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WHO WE'VE WORKED WITH


"On behalf of our school community, we would like to thank you, your team and amazing mentors...I-Manifest’s vision of creative industries supporting creative minds is a powerful promising practice for ALL schools because THIS IS WHAT AN EDUCATION WORTH HAVING looks like. You have been able to tap into student engagement, authentic learning with real world context as well as dynamic and situated professional learning for teachers. THIS IS WHAT TRANSFORMING COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS can create - ‘a better future’. It takes perseverance, hard work and vision to accomplish this and we did it!"

Katy Lumkin, Teacher, Liverpool Girls High School

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WHO WE'VE WORKED WITH


"On behalf of our school community, we would like to thank you, your team and amazing mentors...I-Manifest’s vision of creative industries supporting creative minds is a powerful promising practice for ALL schools because THIS IS WHAT AN EDUCATION WORTH HAVING looks like. You have been able to tap into student engagement, authentic learning with real world context as well as dynamic and situated professional learning for teachers. THIS IS WHAT TRANSFORMING COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS can create - ‘a better future’. It takes perseverance, hard work and vision to accomplish this and we did it!"

Katy Lumkin, Teacher, Liverpool Girls High School

WHO WE'VE WORKED WITH

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THE LATEST


 

"I’ve learnt that everyone starts small, nothing is a waste of time and never take the answer no, put in the effort and it will pay you back."

Rianna, Seven Hills High School

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THE LATEST


 

"I’ve learnt that everyone starts small, nothing is a waste of time and never take the answer no, put in the effort and it will pay you back."

Rianna, Seven Hills High School

THE LATEST

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VIDEO


"Young men and women are not passive beneficiaries, but equal and effective partners. Their aspirations extend far beyond jobs; youth also want a seat at the table – a real voice in shaping the policies that shape their lives. We need to listen to and engage with young people. Youth can determine whether this era moves toward greater peril or more positive change"


Ban Ki-moon, United Nations Secretary-General, 2012

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VIDEO


"Young men and women are not passive beneficiaries, but equal and effective partners. Their aspirations extend far beyond jobs; youth also want a seat at the table – a real voice in shaping the policies that shape their lives. We need to listen to and engage with young people. Youth can determine whether this era moves toward greater peril or more positive change"


Ban Ki-moon, United Nations Secretary-General, 2012