2019IMMERSION

GERMANY & INDIA

Berlin 2-10 Aug | Bonn 10-14Aug | New Delhi 14-27Aug

 

DEADLINE 30 APRIL

THE JOURNEY

A once in a lifetime opportunity for you to start your career on climate change and take action, by the power of travel. 

Our intercontinental expedition you will learn about climate change in theory, understand it in practice and work on hands-on projects with other young people.

DURING THE IMMERSION

MULTICULTURAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENT

Have the chance to work and live with people from all over the world and get out of your comfort zones, in a different environment. 
We will also ensure that you meet locals and promote cultural exchanges and active learning throughout the whole expedition.

VISITS TO UNIVERSITIES AND LEADING ORGANIZATIONS

Learn more about climate change getting professional experience in the field, by developing a project for a partner organization during the immersion. If you prefer, you can also choose to develop on their own project or research, tailored to your needs.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND COACHING

The day to day of the immersion will consist of several learning expeditions to universities, companies, UN agencies, local organizations, NGOs, among others. 
 

GROUP PROJECT OR TAILORED ACCELERATION OF PROJECTS/RESEARCH

Before departure, we will recommend you an extensive and tailored academic content about climate change and sustainable cities, so you'll be prepared to participate and perfect your knowledge by multidisciplinary debates throughout the journey, organized by YCL Team, Universities and partner organizations on the field. 

JOIN THE YCL NETWORK

AFTER THE IMMERSION

FIELD PLACEMENTS AND ACESS TO PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

Individual and collective coaching will be provided throughout the immersion to help you discover more about yourself and how to put your knowledge in the service of others. 
We will work with facilitators to set up their life and career goals, leaving the immersion with a clear action plan once you return home. 

The YCL team will also connect you with key organizations and contacts, following up your professional development over time and increasing your own network.

CORE TEAM

CASSIA MORAES

Founder and CEO

EVELYN ARARIPE

CFO

FLAVIA BELLAGUARDA

COO

FERNANDA MATSUOKA

Logistics Director

VITOR ALVES

Partnerships Manager

GAURAV SHARMA

Field Manager

RODRIGO PONZIO

Communications

FLAVIA GASCIARINO

Communications

BE A PARTICIPANT

Here's how you can attend our immersion

IF YOU ARE ALREADY IN GERMANY
AND WANT TO PARTICIPATE JUST THERE: 

IF YOU WANT TO TRAVEL ONLY TO GERMANY: 

IF YOU ARE ALREADY IN INDIA
AND WANT TO PARTICIPATE JUST THERE

IF YOU WANT TO TRAVEL ONLY TO INDIA: 

IF YOU WANT TO TRAVEL TO GERMANY
AND INDIA: 

 

READY?

(Deadline 30 April)

BE A PARTNER
As a Professional Development partner:

Field Placements:
Opportunity for organizations (nonprofits, companies, startups, international organizations, etc.) that are willing to receive YCL Fellows (ideally two or more) to work for up to 3 months on a climate change related project. In 2019, this should happen between September-December. Host organizations are expected to co-finance costs associated with Field Placements. Excluding optional remuneration for participants, a three-month placement, which includes travel to and from the site and basic living expenses, is estimated to cost USD $6,000. Costs may vary depending upon location. Co-financing agreements may involve partners covering in-country costs (food expenses and accommodation), while participants cover health insurance, evacuation services, and round-trip travel. 

Employment opportunities:
Do you want to hire a passionate, skilled and innovative employee for a project or job related to climate change? Forward your vacancy announcement to us and we will send a tailored list with recommended candidates from our network of YCL participants and alumni!

BE A DONOR

In order to improve our programs and initiatives, we need to make investments in human resources, communications and curriculum development. We are thus looking for funding to cover those administrative costs, thereby reducing the final fee for participants.