KaosPilots is an entrepreneurship- and leadership-school based in Aarhus, Denmark.
Twitter: @kaospilots The school was founded in 1991 and has already been named as one of the world’s 10 best schools for innovation and entrepreneurship by FastCompany.com.
It is the vision of KaosPilots to be the best school for the world. It is an ambitious vision, and can be interpreted in many ways, but first and foremost it means always considering what the world needs and has potential for at any given time, and balancing this with the needs and potential of the individual.
KaosPilots envision a school that empowers its students to consider what kind of society they want to be part of, teaches them how to utilize their abilities to help create the change they wish to see, and gives them the skills to act on their dreams.
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This is two kaospilots taking it further. Congratulations Andreas Søgaard and Mattias Edström. The article is in Danish http://finans.dk/erhverv/ECE9830905/laan-en-paraply-gratis-tre-jyske-ivaerksaettere-vil-skaerme-england-for-regn/?ctxref=forside
What is future feminism? Four kaospilot student are hosting a workshop at the O Space gallery today! Get your free ticket and get involved, inspired, disturbed and hopefully wiser ✌🏿
What effect do you have in society? Join us on September 15th to 17th 2017 where Rethink Activism Folkefestival, will transform the old industrial area of the South Harbour in Aarhus into a city within the city. Everyday activists are in the program of 150 events. Together we rethink the city from the bottom up. Rethink Activism is created by Sager der Samler. They raise awareness in society that each one of us, can be a part of a transformative World, by using our creativity and capacity to act. http://rethinkactivism.org/english/
Team 24 has landed! Welcome to every single one of you. We feel lucky to share the next three years of learning adventure and good times, with you. This is where it starts... #kaospilot #kpteam24
We are so proud of first year student Amalie, who has been fighting for ending rape culture since her own rape. Since she was raped in December 2014 she has been doing activism and telling her story world wide. Many great medias share her important message. Here is Upworthy: 💪💪💪
Princess Laurentien of the Netherlands visit Kaospilot On the 13th of June Princess Laurentien of The Netherlands came to visit Kaospilot. She is the UNESCO's Special Envoy on Literacy, as founder of the international Reading & Writing Foundation and the Missing Chapter Foundation. As UNESCO's envoy she has been bringing together leaders from education, politics, Ngo's and business field to discuss literacy and the way forward. Her visit was an opportunity for us to learn more about the work of the princess and UNESCO as well as share some findings from the Kaospilot experience.
Are you going to Roskilde Festival this year? Be sure to check out third year student Kasper Rolle’s graduation project for Ungdomsøen: an activitylaboratory where 20 young people have been planning events for Roskilde Festival about communities. Experience their interpretation about communities and join in on the fun. Ps. Not at Roskilde? No worries it is also happening at @folkemødet and you can follow the event for more updates!
A future without work? On Thursday Kaospilot team 23 is holding the experience 'The Purpose Pod' wich looks at the possibility of a future without work. It also showcases the publication "Spreeds" with news from the year 2051. The experience is a part of SPACE10's Made in Space – a hybrid festival exploring alternative futures and showcasing talented individuals from around the world who share our passion for a better tomorrow. http://www.madeinspace.io/program/fullness-the-purpose-pod
In these very minutes @northsidefestival in Aarhus are kicking off. Again this year, Kaospilot students have arranged the Camino - an 800 meter walk along the river, full of fun and unexpected experiences! It is outside the festival so it is for everyone. Do your self the favor of swinging by! In the name of music and good times - happy weekend