Santiago Trujillo Zuluaga

South Africa Regional Mentor

Santiago Trujillo Zuluaga Remote
Our mission is to protect youth from being victimized by predators who leverage cyberspace as an international exploitation tactic. We accomplish this by promoting widespread awareness; educating youth about the dangers of cybercrime and providing them with methods of protection; stimulating the development of technology-driven safety solutions; and establishing strategic partnerships with other organizations to identify key indicators that lead to exploitation. Description Protect Us Kids Foundation (PUK) is currently researching the behavioral and socioeconomic factors involved in how technology is used to support cyber-related crime against at-risk youth. PUK programs are centered on the unique cultural, behavioral, and societal aspects of underserved, rural and marginalized communities that have afforded criminals an increased opportunity to exploit children leveraging technology. Our programs align to the   2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)   and...

Santiago Trujillo Zuluaga Remote
Our mission is to protect youth from being victimized by predators who leverage cyberspace as an international exploitation tactic. We accomplish this by promoting widespread awareness; educating youth about the dangers of cybercrime and providing them with methods of protection; stimulating the development of technology-driven safety solutions; and establishing strategic partnerships with other organizations to identify key indicators that lead to exploitation. Description Protect Us Kids Foundation (PUK) is currently researching the behavioral and socioeconomic factors involved in how technology is used to support cyber-related crime against at-risk youth. PUK programs are centered on the unique cultural, behavioral, and societal aspects of underserved, rural and marginalized communities that have afforded criminals an increased opportunity to exploit children leveraging technology. Our programs align to the   2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)   and...

Santiago Trujillo Zuluaga Remote
CrowdDoing [dot] world is a joint initiative of Match4Action Foundation and Reframe It. CrowdDoing is focused on addressing the social, economic, and environmental challenges our world faces by collaborating with professionals and volunteers from many different industries. We offer a platform for individuals to connect and collaborate toward creating systemic change. We would love for you to join the team!

Santiago Trujillo Zuluaga Remote (Worldwide [Online] or South Africa [On site])
At Call 2 Care, we believe the best way to make a difference is to make connections at grass-roots level so it is important that all our projects are available for volunteers to connect with our beneficiary partners. ​ Volunteering at Call 2 Care is a fantastic way to give back, learn relevant skills to enhance your career move or work readiness, or simply meet like-minded friends. Our volunteer experience is a unique one, where remote operation opportunities are available, and through these opportunities, you will be paired with a beneficiary partner to do onsite work too - providing a holistic opportunity to be able to learn the inner workings of the entire project.  ​There are currently 47 active volunteers

Santiago Trujillo Zuluaga Remote (Worldwide)
We are RND4IMPACT, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in California and we function with the help of volunteers where anyone can contribute with their skillsets. Blogging for us on Medium is one of the things that volunteers do for the organization. Anyone who has the passion for writing can contribute If you are someone who loves teaching, blogging can be a platform for teaching people who have an interest in your areas of expertise. By blogging, you will not only teach others, but you will also improve your understanding more about the topic. You will be constantly learning as you will always be looking for more things to teach your readers. 

Santiago Trujillo Zuluaga South Africa
CANSA  is a leader in the fight against cancer in South Africa, since 1931, the purpose of the  Cancer Association of South Africa (CANSA) , is to offer a unique, integrated service to the public and to all people affected by cancer With the incidence of cancer rising in our country, the demand for our services is far greater than our hardworking staff team can manage. Our volunteers are therefore the backbone and lifeblood of our organization, carrying out invaluable work in all aspects of our program. To help us identify where your knowledge and skills can best be utilized,   please complete the online form below Please Note: CANSA volunteers   are not paid CANSA volunteers   do receive training   relevant to the area they wish to become involved in Preference will be given to Volunteers with   a valid driver’s license   and their   own transport

Santiago Trujillo Zuluaga Remote (Worldwide)
Microsoft DigiGirlz Microsoft is proud to offer free technology programs specifically for youth. Our Microsoft DigiGirlz programs give middle and high school girls *   opportunities to learn about careers in technology, connect with Microsoft employees, and participate in hands-on computer and technology workshops 2022 event listing will be posted on the  www.digigirlz.com  website in early January.   The event listing will indicate if the event is targeting middle school, high school or both as the audience.  No prior coding experience is needed and all events are free of charge. - DigiGirlz Day -DigiGirlz High Tech Camp Microsoft -DigiGirlz Hackathon Upcoming events: https://digigirlzevents.microsoftcrmportals.com/home

Santiago Trujillo Zuluaga Remote
Global Stock Pitch Competition YIS’ annual flagship event is the Global Stock Pitch Competition. This competition is the culmination of investment skills gained during the year and provides High School students hands-on mentoring in financial analysis. Students (either individually or in teams of two) create a “best stock idea” and analyze a publicly-traded company–sometimes meeting with company management. Each student/team writes a report on their chosen company with a “Buy” or “Sell” recommendation and then presents and defends their analysis in a written report and brief to a panel of University Professors and Industry Professionals. How it Works (Updated for 2021-2022)  YIS has created a contingency plan for the 2021-2022 School Year. This plan takes into consideration guidelines set by the World Health Organization, CDC, and Department of Health & Human Services. Our plan is as follows for the YIS State Stock Pitch Competitions & Global Stock Pitch...

Santiago Trujillo Zuluaga Remote (Worldwide)
CSED Week | Virtual Workshop - MakeCode Arcade | Hour of Code 2021 (1 hour) Grades 3-5th Come celebrate Computer Science Education Week. Designed to inspire K-12 students to take an interest in computer science, our CSED Week experiences are  FREE and open to all!  Events will feature  unique daily themes, guest speakers and virtual workshop activities  – all created with diversity and inclusion in mind, to be intentional in reaching underrepresented communities and students. MakeCode Arcade | SAVE THE FOREST! : Hour of Code 2021, Grades 3-5th Technology and Computer Science is everywhere in the world around us. And it’s helping to solve some of the toughest problems we’re facing in the world. For this year’s Hour of Code™, let’s look at how computers and technology can help combat forest fires. Code a game with Microsoft MakeCode Arcade that recreates the conditions for a forest fire, and then code your fire-fighting air tanker plane to spray water and put out the...

Santiago Trujillo Zuluaga Remote (Worldwide & South Africa)
Brief overview (What we do) The World Robot Olympiad is a global LEGO Mindstorms Robotics Competition. This event combines the world of Science, Engineering, Technology and Education. It brings together young people from all over the world to develop their creativity, design and problem solving skills through challenging robotics competitions and activities. Who we target 7 to 19 year olds from schools or home schoolers and private robotics clubs. How does it work WRO International in collaboration with the selected host country present an educational theme and the age-related challenges for that year. Teams prepare for about 4-5 months designing, building and programming a robot to complete the challenge with maximum score in the shortest possible time. Teams enter and participate in provincial WRO competitions and then qualify to attend the National WRO. What will it cost Entry fees may vary depending on sponsorship. 2016 fees were R250 per person for...

Santiago Trujillo Zuluaga South Africa
The UCT Mathematics Competition is an annual event which began in a local school in 1977, and moved to UCT in 1980. It currently attracts about 7500 entries from 170 schools in the Western Cape. The objectives of the competition are: to popularise mathematics to raise awareness among both students and teachers that mathematics is a subject that is enjoyable and accessible to everybody to identify promising students and offer them opportunities for further development of their mathematical talents to attract students to study mathematics at UCT. Prizes, Trophies and Awards The top ten individuals and top three pairs in each grade win Gold Awards and calculators or watches donated by Casio. If a school does not qualify for a Gold Award, but has entered at least ten individuals, it qualifies for a School Award, a book donated by Oxford University Press. The School Prize is awarded to the individual with the highest ranking (in any grade) in the school. These...

Santiago Trujillo Zuluaga South Africa
Introductory paragraph The South African Mathematics Olympiad (SAMO) is South Africa’s biggest Olympiad. Approximately 86 000 high school learners across the country participate annually. There are two divisions: a junior division for grades 8 and 9 and a senior division for grades 10 to 12. Learners who score at least 50% in the first round which is written in March qualify for the second round in May.  The top approximately 100 junior and 100 senior learners from the second round qualify for the final round in July. Hosted by The SA Mathematics Olympiad (SAMO) is organised and coordinated by the South African Mathematics Foundation (SAMF). What is the benefit Learner’s critical thinking ability is improved and the discovery and validation of problem solving methods are developed through the SAMO questions. Who we target Grade 8 to 12 learners. How does it work The first round is written in March. The junior division consists of separate papers for grades 8...

Santiago Trujillo Zuluaga South Africa
Introductory paragraph The South African Mathematics Challenge (SAMC) consists of a first round and a final round, with separate papers for Grade 4, 5, 6 and 7. Each paper is an hour long and consists of 20 multiple choice questions. The first round of the SAMC is written during May. Learners who score at least 50% in the first round qualify for the final round in July. Hosted by The SA Mathematics Challenge (SAMC) is organized and coordinated by the South African Mathematics Foundation (SAMF). What is the benefit Learners attain conceptual knowledge, the application of knowledge in new situations, problem-solving skills, reasoning, communication, and general mathematical thinking. Who we target Grade 4-7 learners. How does it work The Challenge consists of a First Round and a Final Round, with separate papers for Grade 4, 5, 6 and 7. Each paper is an hour long and consists of 20 multiple choice questions. The First Round is written in schools on a specific...

Santiago Trujillo Zuluaga Remote
Student Video Contest Population growth is a threat multiplier – it makes other problems worse and more difficult to combat. Through the   World of 7 Billion   student video contest, middle and high schoolers are given the platform to think critically about global challenges related to population and share what they think we should do to fix it. Video Contest Topic Explain how population growth impacts one of the following global challenges and offer an idea for a sustainable solution. The global challenges are: agriculture and food, urbanization, or ocean health. Deadline All video submissions must be received by 5:00pm ET on Tuesday, February 22, 2022. Winners will be announced on May 10, 2022. Awards Videos are judged by topic (Agriculture and Food; Urbanization; Ocean Health). Within each topic, awards will be presented as follows: High School (9th-12th) First Place winner receives $1,200 Second Place winner receives $600 Two Honorable Mention...