Want to get involved with #WTFAustralia, but not sure where to start?
For starters, please download our How to Get Involved document, which explains some of the easy ways to get involved in this exciting project, including how to submit, share, and vote for ideas. If you're keen to do more, running a brainstorming session - no matter how big or small - is one of the best ways to generate ideas to be submitted to #WTFAustralia. And it's so simple to do! You can run it at your school, local club, workplace, at the pub, or even around the family dinner table. Sounds like a good idea? Download our Brainstorming Guide to find out more.
Are you an organisation wanting to run a brainstorming event?
We'd like to hear from you! Please send an email to [email protected] with the subject line 'Brainstorming event', and we'll do our best to assist you.
Are you a secondary school teacher?
Check out these Australian curriculum-aligned guided brainstorming lessons that our education partner, Cool Australia, created for last year's My Big Idea initiative. You can easily adapt them for #WTF Australia. Get your students to take part in #WTFAustralia. The work students do in this lesson will be highly meaningful and based in real-world outcomes!
Short on time?
Easy. Just follow our social accounts on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, join in the conversation, and encourage others to do the same. Be sure to use our official hashtag #WTFAustralia too, because we'll be counting on you to get it spread far and wide.
For more information on how you and/or your organisation might want to be involved in #WTFAustralia, simply send an email to [email protected] and we'll be in touch with you as soon as we can.
Thanks for your support for #WTFAustralia.
We look forward to receiving your ideas!