Make an actual change to Education

We are a community of student "Guides" who support each other and work together towards creating the safe and collaborative learning environment. Are you in?

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What’s your role as a Guide?

As a Guide, you start and run the Curiosity Club. And of course, you’ll have the support of the community along the way.


First, there was nothing, then something—all thanks to the pioneering Guides who set the club up for the first time in their school. It’s scary to set up something new. What will people think? Will people like it? But taking that first leap is an essential skill to learn.

Guide, don’t teach

You are not a teacher, you are a Guide. You encourage curiosity about new topics, but let them find information themselves. When someone asks you a question, you can say you do not know and have them ask a fellow learner,

Stay curious

It’s okay not to know things. Learners will come up with things you might have never thought of, and that’s great! Staying curious about their projects will keep you on your toes and they will feel inspired by your curiosity.


We are built on community. It means we get supported by other, and also support others. As a Guide, you run the club at your school, but you are also contributing to a wider community. As part of the community, we create, learn, and support each other.

Fail forwards

Failure is not the end, but rather a stepping stone towards growth and improvement. Embrace mistakes as opportunities to learn and evolve. When things don't go as planned, encourage learners to analyze what went wrong, brainstorm alternative approaches, and try again.

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Our formula

Upheld at every Curiosity Club to let people flourish


We don't teach, we guide. Guiding learners by asking questions, leveling with them, developing their curiosity and supporting in where they want to go.


As fun as it is to dive into rabbit holes. Seeing what's out there is extremely important. We expose learners to new ideas and experiences, showing things they can get curious about.


A huge part is learning with and from one another. The only way that works is if we feel like a team. Encouraging learners to learn collaboratively and achieve a shared goal.

What's in it for you?

You can probably make change alone, but as the popular proverb tells us, “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together”.

  • Join a community of young changemakers
  • Weekly support
  • One-on-one coaching
  • Guide Training Experience
  • Part of a wider community
  • Learn to inspire others
  • Learn to facilitate sessions

Quotes from Guides

In Amsterdam

"I’ve started Curiosity Club at my school to create a more comfortable learning environment where students can be themselves and enjoy learning. I felt like I couldn’t be open about the things I wanted to learn and had to stick to a strict curriculum."

In Rotterdam

"It's a great opportunity for students to learn more about what they are actually curious about. I want to see how learning can be more interactive and be based on the student's own questions."

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