Are you a Changemaker?
Good News: the Global Youth Summit 2017 will take place 16 - 20 July in Switzerland, and we are now accepting applications!
We will be bringing 60 Changemakers aged 18 to 23 for a life-changing week of training sessions, networking and workshops. In order to apply you must fill in an online application as well as send us a two-minute video describing your efforts to bring about a positive change in your communities and about your ambitions.
We will invite the strongest candidates to participate at the Summit, assessing their track record of advocacy, campaigning, social entrepreneurship, community activism and volunteerism, whilst ensuring geographical and gender representation.
The application process will go live on 1 of January. We suggest you prepare by reading the guidelines for your video and making sure you have a PayPal account or credit card ready to be able to pay the 35 USD application administration fee.
Who is eligible?
We are looking for the most inspiring young social entrepreneurs, community activists, advocates and campaigners from across the globe. Participants must be between 18 and 23 years of age on the dates of the summit.
What do I need to do?
You will need to pay for your application fee (please make sure to copy your transaction number and paste it on the online application form), do a 2 minute application video (you can read the video instructions on the official website) and fill in an online application form.
What does the program cover in terms of expenses?
If you are selected, your flight (from your country’s main airport), board and lodging costs will be covered for the duration of the summit. Additional personal expenses, as well as visas to enter Switzerland (for those who require one) will not be covered.
The application deadline is Tuesday January 31, 6 p.m. Central European Time. This Summit is supported by the Mercator Foundation Switzerland.
For more information please click "Further Official Information" below.
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