Future Leaders Program
A leadership program to inspire university students worldwide to do well and to do good.
The Future Leaders Program is a 22 weeks curriculum (12 weeks for junior members and 10 weeks for seniors). Students go through a series of intensive trainings, assignments, project based learning and conduct research to develop and enhance their do well do good leadership and application skills.
Throughout the program students get to apply their learning’s and skills on conducting research, solving a social challenge, working on a mini strategic project with start-ups, or even pitching a business idea in a global group. Students get to deep dive on issues related to the Do Well Do Good expertise networks focused on- Purpose-led, Climate, Circular Economy, Inclusive Job and Inclusive Product.
The Future Leaders Program is adjusted to the local context to ensure students can balance their time between the program and their academic curriculum. The core team, which comprises students who take on additional responsibility, is trained by us to ensure the successful implementation of the program.
“You do not need to be a hero to change the world. Through the Future Leaders Program, we hope to inspire you to embrace careers where you will be able to do well and to do good at the same time.”
Sébastien Frendo, Founder and CEO of Do Well Do Good.
2 500+ Students
3 000+ Alumni
EUROPE & AMERICA
- University of Belgrade
- Tec de Monterrey
- University of Chicago
- University of Cape Town
- University of Botswana
- Ain Shams University
- Cairo University
- Alexandria University
- AAU-School of Commerce
- AAU-School of Law
- AAU-Institute of Technology
- Jimma University
- Ashesi University
- University of Gambia
- Kenyatta University
- Strathmore University
- University of Nairobi
- National university of Lesotho
- University of Malawi
- Eduardo Mondlane University
- Sao Tomas
- Covenant University
- Obafemi Awolowo University
- University of Ibadan
- University of Lagos
- University of Rwanda
- ENS N’djamena
- University of Dar es Salaam
- Makerere University
- Copperbelt University
- Mulungushi University
- University of Lusaka
- University of Zambia
- University of Liberia
- Fudan University
- Hong Kong University
- Peking University
- Renmin University of China
- Xiamen University
- IIT Bhubaneswar
- SRCC-New Delhi
- St. Stephen’s
- Binus University
- University of Peradeniya
Receive training on do well do good concept, leadership skills and its application through various projects, assignments and group activities. Deep dive to build knowledge, research and apply them on the 5 expertise networks: Purpose-led, Climate, Circular Economy, Inclusive Job and Inclusive Product.
Develop professional experience
Work on Do Well Do Good cases and learn how to apply Do Well Do Good concept on companies, projects and start-ups. Receive feedback from team members. Join live networking and training sessions. Work on a real mini strategic project with a start-up or on an expert topic conduct research and interviews.
Join a community
Interact with students worldwide and exchange knowledge, ideas and work together. Join the growing alumni community of Do Well Do Good Future Leaders and stay connected.
The program has 4 core modules where you will learn and apply the Do Well Do Good concept through different activities.
Do well Do Good Case Studies
Understand and apply the Do Well Do Good concept through two case studies.
Get to share with your team members during weekly meetings.
Receive feedback on your presentation from team members.
Do Well Do Good Strategic Presentation
Learn and apply problem-solving skills on a Do Well Do Good topic to prepare a high-quality slide presentation.
Join to participate and share on any one of the 5 expertise networks: Purpose-led, Climate, Circular Economy, Inclusive Job, and Inclusive Product.
Do Well Do Good Start-up Project
Implement the Do Well Do Good assessment on a start-up.
Conduct a carbon footprint assessment for a start-up.
Practice problem-solving and strategic skills on a mini strategic project OR work on a research and conduct interviews.
Do Well Do Good Careers and Leadership
Recruitment and on-boarding of the next batch.
Mentor and coach the new team.
Craft your Do Well Do Good career and leadership style.
The Future Leaders Program is implemented in universities by the students themselves who receive guidelines, materials and access to the Do Well Do Good platform. Students cannot join individually. They need to create a team of 20-40 students from the same university to run the program.
Students are grouped into smaller teams according to the expertise networks and meet weekly to discuss, debate and give feedback.
Students spend more than 60% of their time on projects so they can sharpen their skills through practice.
As senior members students mentor, coach and help recruit the next team. This is the best way to ensure concept and skills have been fully acquired and demonstrated.
The Future Leaders Program is a free learning program for all university students where students can complete three modules at no cost and receive a badge after completion. However, if students wish to complete all 4 modules of the program, receive a certificate and become a part of the alumni community, they can find start-ups that would like to invest in young talent at an estimated cost of 150 Euros per student. Thereby covering the cost of the program for the students. Guidelines to identify and onboard start-ups will be provided.
Alternatively, students can self-sponsor themselves and complete a module with the Do Well Do Good team at a cost of 150 Euros (scholarships are also provided depending on the student’s socio-economic background).
Set up your own chapter
Interested students can first form a core team comprised of at least 7-10 members to be eligible to apply.
Students can only join the program as a team of 20-40 members and not individually.
A university cannot have more than one Future Leaders Program student chapter.
If your University is not yet part of the current list of teams please do fill in the Expression Of Interest form. Once we receive your request, the team will get in touch with you to provide further details.
The selection will be conducted by the core team or senior members on campus.
An application and interview guidelines will be shared to help the core team or seniors conduct the interviews.
All students have to go through an intensive recruitment process to be selected for the program.
We are looking only for committed and dedicated students to uphold the Do Well Do Good mission.
We expect all Future Leaders to dedicate about 3 hours weekly to the program throughout its duration.
Typically, a student spends about 1 hour on e-learning, 1 hour working on assignments and 1 hour to attend the weekly meeting on campus, which is compulsory.
“The Future Leaders program has helped me understand the possibility and importance of doing well for yourself and, at the same time, doing good for society. The DWDG framework helped me broaden my horizon and evaluate companies on the social factors which are distinct but highly related to each other.”
President IIM Calcutta (India)
The Future Leaders Program at UI has been truly remarkable and has profoundly shaped both my personal and professional growth. The experience has equipped me with invaluable skills, provided me with comprehensive insights, and shaped me into a future do well do good leader.
Fatimah Az-Zahra Qorib
Student UI (Indonesia)
To me, “Do Well Do Good” is not just a simple phrase, it is a life-changing principle that leads to a flourishing life. “Do Well” that focuses on upgrading our personal values for a successful career, combined with “Do Good” that benefits others, creates the perfect balance in our easily unbalanced life.
Student UNPAD (Indonesia)