Hub projects

Birmingham Hub is a group of young people driving dialogue, action and change in our community.

 

Our membership includes community leaders, tech innovators, founders, community mobilisers, policy advisors, entrepreneurs, caregivers, brand strategists, financial analysts,  STEM enthusiasts and experts, writers, artist and students,

We are proud to be part of the Global Shapers Community.

 

We love to contribute to social projects in Birmingham & the West Midlands with our different experiences, perspectives, networks and skill-sets.  Click below to find out more about our ongoing projects.

Find out more: www.globalshapers.org/hubs/birmingham

Connect to Grow

Providing young and aspiring entrepreneurs in the Midlands with information on the financial support available to them, masterclasses on applying for funding and the platforms/networks available to acquire tools and skills locally and at the World Economic Forum.

Meet the Leader

Meet the Leader is an interactive forum connecting young people and inspirational leaders. The session provides young people with the opportunity to learn about the leader’s journey, plans and advice on leadership. It also provides the opportunity for young people to talk directly with leaders about their concerns and hopes for the future.

Midlands Mentor

The project seeks to curate a one-stop-shop for career development using digital and traditional methods. Our goal is to impact the lives of at least 2000 students in the Midlands through clear messages from Industry experts clarifying their career journeys, successes, challenges, skills-sets and opportunities.

Operation Vote

Operation vote is a digital campaign encouraging young people in the West Midlands to exercise their civic duties by registering to vote.

Inclusion Townhall

Apolitical monthly discussion to deliberate on different themes of equity diversity and inclusion. The discussion provides local communities with the avenue to share knowledge, have challenging conversations, connect with policy actors and propose solutions. Birmingham is one of the most diverse cities in the UK and our diversity also presents the challenges of social exclusion.