Students

Why it is important to do pro bono while studying?

Civic education – as it is taught today – informs but does not allow young people to experience citizenship in a concrete way. However, it is important that while young people acquire professional skills, they can put them into practice and become aware of the ability that their skills have to positively impact their surrounding…

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BEESE Short Term pro bono pilot in Hungary

A group of marketing-communication BA students from Óbuda University were gathering in front of the HQ of General Electric (GE) Hungary at early afternoon on the 6th of November 2019. They were the participants of the BEESE short term pro bono program that was helping two pre-selected organisation by Volunteering Hungary (ÖKA) the coordinating partner of…

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Campus Pro Bono in Porto

On 24th April our partners from Porto University organised their first pro bono programme pilot with their students. The type of Campus Pro Bono programme was the Pro Bono Marathon: one day event of 8 hours where students, together with corporate volunteers and professors, worked on a NGO challenge. For this day, the NGO selected…

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Launch of our Research on students motivations to do pro bono

With the aim of implementing successful pro bono programmes in European HE Institutions, in the framework of the BEESE Pro Bono Project, we are currently conducting a deep research on students motivations to do pro bono work. Coordinated by the Autonoma University of Madrid (UAM, faculty of psychology, department of social psychology) and executed by the…

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Visit to Globono Budapest

This week our partners from Hungary Önkéntes Központ Alapítvány (ÖKA) participated at the request of Globono Budapest in a round table conversation, where they could speak with university students about the benefit and importance of pro bono volunteering and the work of our BEESE Project. Thank you for the invitation, the meaningful conversation and the students’ interest in the subject! We’ll…

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