Deakin University...

Deakin University participated in the pilot leg of Picture The Coast's venture by sending two of their students, Dane Costello (Marketing & Management) and Chyanna Allison (Environmental Sciences) on the voyage as part of its Work Integrated Learning programme.

 

The University's Faculty of Commerce & Law in collobroation with Professor Paul Couchman has also invited Picture The Coast to keynote the Bowater Social Challenge and support the development of Social Entreprenuership in their Bachelor of Commerce cirriculum by adopting a more practical approach.

Green SuperCamp...

The Green SuperCamp programmes provide personal leadership, academic acceleration and environmental awareness camps for children aged 10 to 18 years and will invite their community of young people throughout Australia and beyond to be a part of the Picture The Coast journey.

 

Director, Heather Yelland has described the venture as "an educational endeavour  which offers so many opportunities for children to be involved and inspired to be their best. Providing young people with experiences that expand their horizons and inspire their souls is as the core of all we do at Green SuperCamp and there are multiple examples of this already in the PTC activities."

National Wool Museum...

The National Wool Museum will be the first gallery around the world to exhibit the first part of the World's Longest Picture.

 

The Corio Bay leg of the coastline will premiere on display as part of the National Wool Museum’s exhibition: You Are Here: Geelong Under Construction 7 March – 3 May 2015. As the NWM embraces its role as Geelong’s museum, featuring all things Greater Geelong, the physical exhibition of the 18m picture will become a public asset that the museum hopes to leverage for a variety of creative exhibitions, displays and experiences. It is presented in partnership with Tourism Greater Geelong and the Bellarine, The Geelong Chamber of Commerce and the City of Greater Geelong.

RMIT University...

The RMIT University Business Faculty works with Picture The Coast to allow students to learn through opening up the business of Picture The Coast to its Sales Strategy and Marketing classes lead by Professor Peter Guenther.

 

To date, several student groups have benefitted from learning about Social Entrepreneurship and creating sustainability in business as well as applying innovative business development techiniques to a changing and disruptive business landscape. The directors of Picture The Coast provide their time to facilitate a unique learning experience for the modern day student. More about this initiative can be found on the following link: Awesome Modern Education 

More exciting partners coming soon...