What does a Pathfinder do?
A Pathfinder’s role is to connect with a community – to identify, initiate, engage, and form partnerships. A Pathfinder plays a core role in the social impact lifecycle that not only identifies issues, but more importantly build relationships that allow the community to share openly with people and organizations.
This role is suitable for:
Adventurous individuals who love to travel and discover new cultures who loves operations and loves to keep to a schedule.
The Pathfinder Journey
|Pathfinder||Junior Lead Pathfinder||Lead Pathfinder|
|Skills Applied||Communication, Facilitation, Empathy, and Critical Thinking|
|Responsibilities||Household and community level data collection to return high quality information. Facilitate participatory community mapping sessions with toolkits and manage larger groups of community members.|
|Skills Applied||Leadership, Organization Skills, Process Thinking, and Strategic Thinking|
|Responsibilities||Assist Lead Pathfinder in recruit and mobilizing Pathfinders, conducting mapping sessions, and engaging the community throughout the entire process.|
|Skills Applied||Leadership, Organization Skills, Process Thinking, and Strategic Thinking
|Responsibilities||Coordinate Pathfinders during Pathfinding missions, from logistics to execution. Understand long-term transformation and translating that into facilitative dialogue with community stakeholders. Lead pre-mission recces, building required rapport with stakeholders for mission, resolve conflict, and build trust.|
How do I become a Pathfinder?
You can start your Pathfinder journey by signing up for any of the missions below!