NetMission.Asia 2021 Recruitment
The NetMission Academy offers motivated individuals the chance to further their understanding of Internet Governance issues. Graduates of the academy can become NetMission Ambassadors, working together with a team to build an initiative for the development of the Internet and advance the governance discussions in Asia. Part of this includes being an organizer of regional conference activities for youth.
Who are we looking for?
We are looking for young visionaries who want to make a change for the betterment of the Internet and our community. Full-time students currently enrolled in any tertiary institutions within the Asia Pacific of all disciplines are welcome.
Becoming NetMission Ambassadors
Upon completing the NetMission Academy, those who are passionate to create an impact with collaborative effort can become part of our network as NetMission Ambassadors.
Ambassadors will form working groups based around their areas of interest from each theme. Each working group will be assigned a mentor with experience in the field.
What will your working group do?
Working group members shall kick-start with defining your own goals and the impact that you want to create. You can participate in policy processes and advocacy, develop toolkits and educational materials, or organize local initiatives. Feel free to go beyond. Innovate! Experiment! Our aim is to bring Internet Governance issues to the youth of Asia. Podcasts? Games? Viral marketing? Go crazy!
Conference Organising Committees
As part of our Internet Governance youth engagement work, NetMission Ambassadors have a strong presence at regional Internet Governance conferences. This includes APIGA, APrIGF, ICANN, and IGF. NetMission Ambassadors will have the chance to apply for the demanding role of organizing and hosting youth activities at some of these events which involves moderating a policy discussion dialogue. A separate process will be initiated for recruiting the organizing committees for respective events.
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