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GET EMPOWERED WITH CATALYST

 

CATALYST

Catalyst is a community for university and college students as well as young working adults. We believe each of our members have a calling and we seek to help them maximise their potential through providing personal and professional development opportunities. We have fun, dynamic events throughout the year.

Catalyst seeks to help students and young adults find both their purpose and their potential in what is arguably the most pivotal point in their life.

To achieve this, Catalyst is seeking to build a supportive, dynamic community whilst providing opportunities for personal and professional development through various events and through its larger conferences.

The Catalyst Professional Workshop is Catalyst’s main event; which seeks to equip and empower university students and young working adults. Each semester, the Conference will feature knowledgeable and successful Keynote Speakers from the professional world to impart their valuable experiences and skills.

 

OUR VISION

  • To provide and build a community of students where students can build supportive networks of friendship with members of the club

  • To run social and community events where students can have fun and engage with students from different fields of study and cultures

  • To connect international students with host families

  • To provide opportunities for personal and professional development through workshops and talks

  • To provide mentoring and coaching sessions to help students maximise their potential and achieve their goals.

 
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CATALYST PROFESSIONAL WORKSHOP

 
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SOCIAL EVENTS

We organise social events that provide fun activities as well as provide opportunities for students to engage with students from different fields of study and cultures

 

PARTNER ORGANISATION

INTERNATIONAL CITY CHURCH

 
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Benjamin Franklin

“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.”