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A Global Community of Applied Compassion Ambassadors
changing the world

ACT Alumni and Capstone Projects

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A defining component of the ACT program is the creation and delivery of an Applied Compassion Capstone Project. Using the principles and practices of ACT, each participant is guided through a carefully curated process of project development as they design and deliver a project that brings compassion into a unique real-world setting.


ACT Capstone Projects have been delivered around the world in hospitals, organizations, classrooms, institutions, conferences, and online through virtual workshops, podcasts, and interactive trainings, as well as offered in communities and neighborhoods.


Below are some of the inspiring Capstone Projects from ACT participants who are applying compassion in the world in real and impactful ways.

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ccare stanford compassion ambassadors around the world

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"The ACT Training gave me a framework of principles, resources and tools that allowed me to to become a motivating force for embodying compassion and applying it in real world situations.  I feel confident, empowered, and ready to ACT as a global Ambassador of Applied Compassion."


Barbara Piper-Roelofs   


Capstone Project: The (Corona) Compassion Community Netherlands: 

Supporting Healthcare professionals as a response to the pressures of COVID-19

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