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In 2018 JB met Greig from the Salvation Army. Greig had been tasked with the job of creating, implementing, and embedding innovation within the Salvation Army, not a small task by any stretch. Listen to how Seed was able to help Greig and the Salvos successfully launch and embed innovation in such a large organisation.
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The Eve Project was featured on the local news last week sharing about the work they do and the progress of their initiative. Helen and Lisa were part of our Incubator Program a few years ago.
Establish the infrastructure to facilitate people growing as Redemptive Changemakers, with a particular focus on developing and scaling Seed’s Purpose Course.
Applications for our 2021 Internship program are now open! We’re excited to welcome a new round of interns as we’ve added a third area someone can intern with us. We are offering internships in Design & Learning, Comms & Marketing and Operations.
Discover our range of free resources in our Redemptive Design Resource Hub.
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