Egis Foundation Team up for climate Challenge 2023 for young change agents (€15,000 Cash Prize)
Egis Foundation is launching the Team up for Climate 2023 Challenge and welcomes any ideas to find solutions to adapt and live together in the face of climate risks. Egis...
Application Deadline: March 30th, 2023
Egis Foundation is launching the Team up for Climate 2023 Challenge and welcomes any ideas to find solutions to adapt and live together in the face of climate risks. Egis Foundation proposes you create or join a team of committed students in order to contribute to the subject: adapting and living together in the face of climate risks.
Be a part of an exclusive experience with Mentoring and guidance with Egis professionals and makesense including workshops, webinars, videos, and articles.
You can tackle one or multiple of the following categories :
- Behavioral change & awareness
- Nature-based solutions
- Culture, traditional knowledge & communities
- Risk management, vulnerability, and resilience
€15,000 Cash Prize
Individual prize for each member of 3 winning teams (1st €1,500 – 2nd €1,000 – 3rd €500 ) – not cumulable with accelaration program
Opportunity to integrate an accelerator program for 3 winning teams in partnership with makesense – not cumulable with cash prize
Mentoring and Guidance
Team mentoring with Egis professionals and project development Guidance by Make Sense all along the challenge
Public presentation of 3 awarded projects (place & date tbc)
Interested students can ask for HR workshop and site visits of Egis Offices
- Launch: Start of the Challenge – 16 January 2023
- Applications Deliverable file deadline: 30 March, 2023
- Mentoring: Start of 5 weeks mentoring on 11 April
- 3 collective workshops with Make Sense
- 3 team meetings with an Egis Mentor – April – May
- Submission of your PPT on 16 May
- You pitch 3 min online to the jury on 22 May
- Award Ceremony: 15,000 euros total Prize or Accelerator program date & place to be confirmed
For More Information:
Visit the Official Webpage of the Egis Foundation Team up for climate Challenge 2023
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