At the end of each semester, all SBW Berlin scholarship recipients write a comprehensive project report detailing the development of their non-profit social project. In the report, for example, they not only present the goals they have achieved over the past six months, but also address challenges and how they have solved them. They also set new goals for the next 4 weeks, as well as for the next 5 months, and explain how their project may already partially address their career goals, which they hope to achieve after they graduate and simultaneously return to their home countries. Therefore, on February 4, our mandatory online workshop “Project Report” took place in this context. Here, the 17 UNSustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were also presented and grantees were encouraged to think about how their projects implement these goals. In the next weeks, further workshops on different topics (e.g. Model of Attention, Risk Analysis Assessment, etc.) will take place before the fellows submit their project report before the beginning of the summer semester.