Join the SDG-Challenge and dive into an exciting ecosystem where talented young minds come together to drive change within our network of dynamic partners. Together, we’re sculpting a brighter, more sustainable future! Let’s make a difference – come be a part of our movement!
The SDG-challenge is a competition that unites diverse student teams from various educational levels for impact. Students creatively address real-world business cases from our partner network linked to the SDGs. Our mission is to empower organisations in reaching their sustainability ambitions and to nurture students as future “changemakers” for a more sustainable world.
Are you a curious, proactive student passionate about sustainable development? Ready to expand your future job prospects? Join us in this game-changing challenge for a high-reward, low investment opportunity!
Are you willing to embrace new perspectives that facilitate positive change while also preparing for your future workforce? Are you ready to invest in both your sustainability ambitions and talent? Join us and become a prominent advocate for sustainable development!
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), also known as the Global Goals, are a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the environment, and promote well-being. There are 17 goals and 169 targets set by the United Nations (UN) to be achieved by 2030. Achieving these goals requires collaboration among governments, NGOs, and organisations. That’s why we invite you to join us in this challenge!
Our impact-driven student consultants have acquired relevant skills and expanded their networks.
No challenge is unsolvable. These challenges have all been tackled by our student consultants, with the majority implemented.
Our students come from diverse backgrounds, and we embrace all fresh perspectives. We believe that Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion is of high importance.
Looking at the same challenge from different angles is key. Therefore, we gather a multidisciplinary team to tackle one challenge.
Our ecosystem of partners is ever growing. Do you dare to be challenged?
Contribute to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals!
Develop concrete solutions for real-life challenges set out by companies
Combine academic knowledge with fresh ideas by putting them into practice
Expose your sustainability ambitions
Meet your future employer or employees
As a student, you have the opportunity to make a meaningful contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) while gaining valuable work experience with a prominent organisation. You will also connect with like-minded students from all over the Netherlands and give your career a significant boost as a future changemaker.
The SDGs provide a strategic framework for enhancing corporate responsibility strategies, enabling organisations to future-proof their businesses and meet the growing demand for sustainable products and services. The challenge empowers its partners to drive positive change by engaging the fresh minds of young talents in addressing pressing challenges.
For educational institutions, we offer an extracurricular program tailored to your ambitious students, focusing on sustainable development. Every curious and impact-driven student from any educational institution can apply, regardless of their sustainability knowledge!
The challenge is centered around the logistical process of the IND with regards to the introduction of the Distribution Act. How can the IND make their processes more efficient, sustainable and optimal?
This challenge discusses the waste reduction factory's role in promoting sustainability, CO2 reduction, and social inclusion through profitable business partnerships. It emphasizes that social and community benefits outweigh financial concerns. The goal is to create a financial business case that translates extra costs into social and environmental advantages. Specifically, the focus is on creating an impact analysis quote for tomato soup products that demonstrates both natural savings and financial gains.
BDO is looking for a tool to optimalise circularity and innovation for their customers. Within their ESG report they wish to focus more on the Environmental aspect.