Being part of the Sustainable Sainji programme will enhance your lifelong employability skills and help develop the personal qualities you'll need to gain graduate employment in a job that you feel is rewarding and fulfilling.
ARU uses a graduate capital model to describe the ‘broad personal capitals required for you to achieve good employability outcomes’. At the Global Sustainability Institute (GSI) we suggest the term ‘good’, includes your active participation in the world of work.
We will work with you before, during and after the trip helping you to document your development of ARU’s graduate capitals and the ways you can apply these for a more sustainable future.
Being part of Sustainable Sainji will also bring to life the aspirations and practicalities of several of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals (eg no poverty, quality education, good health and wellbeing, reduced inequalities and clean water and sanitation). You will encounter the very practical challenges and contradictions of achieving these goals, and also the consequences of not doing so.