Wetskills Foundation will organise the regular (and live) Wetskills Water Challenge for the first time in Copenhagen, Denmark. This will be the fourteenth time overall in Europe, after previous events in Hungary, Romania, The Netherlands and United Kingdom.
This edition of Wetskills will start on 3 May 2021, and will be organised in and around to the beautiful city of Copenhagen surrounded by water. During the 2-weeks program the participants were working in international, multidisciplinary teams on real-life water cases. The finals and awarding will be an online webinar, accessible for interested professionals from Europe and beyond.
Are you a student or young professional from Denmark, Nordic countries, Europe or other parts of the world, and do you want to make a difference in the water & sustainability sector? Would you like to experience working in an international team and experiencing the culture of Denmark? Do you want to work on challenging water and sustainability issues and get to present your ideas at a vibrant online / live session with audience over the world? Then this is your chance!
Wetskills Foundation is inviting students (Bachelor (final year), Master and PhD) and Young Professionals from universities and organisations worldwide with a passion for Water & Sustainability, to join this great experience: Announcement for Participants Wetskills-Denmark 2021. Apply for Wetskills-Denmark 2021 (period: 2-15 May 2021).
Note: Wetskills Foundation and its partners will apply the coronavirus (COVID-19) regulations of WHO, The Danish and Dutch government. The participants are responsible for themselves to apply to their own country’s directives. Read also the Terms & Conditions carefully.
The 2020 central theme of Wetskills Events, celebrating 10 years of Wetskills:
15 February 2021 (first come first serve)
Application (online) and first selection deadline for local and international participants: 15 February 2021.
After this deadline, every week a selection of the new applications will be made untill the program is full. (First Come, First Served). (Note: the 10-12 candidates that already were selected for the postponed event in October are selected for the programme.)
Any Young Professional (up to 5 years of working experience) and student (last year Bachelor, Master or PhD) from Denmark, Europe and other countries worldwide, with a passion for water & sustainability and intercultural teamwork.
Prepare a motivation letter and resume, click the botton on the right, fill out the online application form and submit it.
The Wetskills organization will make a final selection among applications received, based on quality of motivation & resume. The organisation will also consider a good diversity of the whole group (incl. backgrounds, local/international, gender balance, etc.).
Note: During past editions participants often successfully arranged financial compensation for their Wetskills participation from their university or employer. We therefore strongly encourage applicants to inquire about funding opportunities to compensate the costs (university mobility funds, travel allowance etc.).
A unique learning experience where you will tackle real-life water challenges with your own team!
Interested candidates (Denmark & Nordic countries, international) and organisations interested to submit a case and/or join as partner can contact: Ronja Sørensen (YWP-Denmark) at email@example.com and Johan Oost (Wetskills Foundation) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wetskills Foundation and partners would like to welcome businesses, governments, knowledge institutes and/or NGOs to formulate one of the Challenges and support the Wetskills programme in Denmark. Join us in this first Wetskills experience to Denmark! Find more information in the Leaflet Call for Cases Wetskills-Denmark 2020 and contact Johan Oost, email@example.com.
Case owner: City of Zwolle (The Netherlands)
Climate is mostly considered on a more national and regional level rather than neighborhood levels. The City of Zwolle launched the SenHagen project where citizens voluntarily placed sensors to measure data as temperature, precipitation and air quality. With this crowd sourcing project, both city and citizen know which part of the neighborhood is coolest or has the best air quality, which is great when you are doing your exercise round. But the roll-out of the system is costly; new business cases for applications are welcome. How can new applications of the available data (and with which partners) create a business case to roll-out the SenHagen monitoring to other neighborhoods in cities worldwide?
Case owner: Water Authority Hollands Noorderkwartier
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