The Duke of Edinburgh Award is a program founded in the United Kingdom in 1956 by Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, which has now spread to more than 140 other countries. The award recognizes the personal achievements of young adults and teenagers in a series of projects of collective or personal interest. Any student, from 14 years old, can participate.
It's a fun and rewarding way to learn new skills and how to collaborate with others. Teamwork, solidarity, physical stamina and mental alertness: the Duke of Edinburgh Award is a comprehensive and varied personal development program that allows everyone to stand out.