Apply! International Youth Summer School in Reykjavik

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Deadline: March 10


Youth Time International Movement is officially inviting journalists and young media enthusiasts to apply for the International Youth Summer School 2020, which will take place in Reykjavik, Iceland from the 25th to the 30th of June, 2020.

The Summer School is organized in partnership with the University of Iceland and City of Reykjavik. It will gather together nearly 90 young participants, experts and trainers from all over the world with the aim of discussing ideas and solutions to some of the most prevalent youth issues.


The theme this year is: “Future Skills for Workplace Sustainability: Preparing for Transition”


Technology and Innovation has already brought great change to the job marketplace leading to a disruption of the skills that are needed. Not only is this happening now, but it is happening rapidly, and it is continuing to evolve on a near daily basis with the introduction of robotic automation, technical innovations and digitalization set to cost millions of jobs worldwide.

The International Youth Summer School in Iceland will help to prepare youth for the future possible changes. We will learn and analyze the most influential trends of the development in different areas of the worldwide society and what the future map of skills, education and training for sustainable future global development will be. We will study how to avoid becoming an obsolete figure in an ever-developing world and explore new ways to ensure the role of youth as working professionals remains sustainable.


Who can apply to the journalists and media enthusiasts call?
Storytellers, bloggers/vloggers, digital media activists, online freelance reporters and anyone who works as a journalist in the media industry from around the world.


Fully and partially funded reporting fellowships will be offered for media people who will be selected to take part in the event. Fully funded fellowships will cover: travel to and from Reykjavik, accommodation, meals, program including informal activities and transportation during the event. Partially funded fellowships will not include reimbursement for travel to Reykjavik. Local journalists are welcome to apply too!

Don’t miss the opportunity to spend an exciting week in the capital city of Iceland.
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