Through toolkits and trainings, they can take action individually – as a changemaker, or in a group – by setting up their own State of Youth Chapter. They become active with youth-led projects on the intersection of SDG’s and Children’s Rights.  

Individual Changemakers work on specific projects and are categorized into 3 levels: 

ACTION DEVELOPER: who will receive personal guidance including tips & tricks and individual feedback, and a letter of support. Once the project has been completed, they will receive an Action Developer Certificate; 

FUND CATCHER: who will receive customized business cards and funds to support their project. Once the project has been completed, they will receive a Fund Catcher Certificate; 

DREAMING BIG: who will receive custom-made professional support, helping them to take their actions to the next level, advice and financial support to start or expand their youth organization, tailored to the specific situation and aspirations. 


Changemaker working in groups are called Chapters. Chapters aim to increase awareness, identify and advocate on pressing issues, locally and globally, and create localized action in their own communities. State of Youth chapters comprise of: 

CHAPTER LEADER: who organizes the chapter’s activities. Examples of activities could include organizing fundraisers and hosting workshops or lectures. As a Chapter Leader, they are the point of contact for State of Youth; 

CHAPTER MEMBERS: who work together with the Chapter Leader to organize activities. They take on different roles in the Chapter to help facilitate the changemaking actions of the Chapter. This group of changemakers work together to achieve greater results for the communities in an organized and strategic manner.