VRG Alum inspires students in their Year 2 project, “Think Global, Act Local”

VRG’s Year 2 “Think Global, Act Local” project is off and running.


Namn: Marika Tedroff Ålder: 20 år Bor: Nora, Danderyd Familj: Mamma, pappa, tre syskon. Food rescue ”Food rescue” är ett begrepp som betyder att man tar tillvara på mat som skulle slängas och ger den till behövande. Fenomenet är välkänt i flera städer runt om i världen, bland annat Chicago, Toronto, Sydney och Wellington. För mer information om Marikas projekt, gå in på http://www.stockholmfoodrescue.wordpress.com

On Monday, our Year 2 students had the pleasure of listening to a lecture by Marika Tedroff (VRG Alum 2013).  Marika started up a project called ‘Stockholm Food Rescue‘ that aims to reduce food waste by helping restaurants and cafes donate leftover food.  You can read more about her project in this article>>.

She is also a former VRG student who graduated in 2013.  It was inspiring to hear her story of how a small idea can contribute to a better world. She had practical tips for our students:  take small steps, make calls/send emails, ask “Why not?”, seek sponsorship, stay positive …

Now our Year 2 projects will put her advice to good use during their social entrepreneurship project!

About kristylundstrom

I currently work as the Managing Director of Viktor Rydberg Schools. I am a student of learning. I am interested to see where it happens, when it happens, and how it happens. I am also a math and computer science teacher. I have lived in Belgium and in the USA. I really appreciate my multi-cultural environment - I believe it adds dynamics to our school.
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