Looking for Young People to Join a Fellowship Programme on Climate Change at Plan UK during Summer 2010

Are you 18 to 21 years old and are ready for a challenge?

 Take part in the 2010 Young Citizens Learning Fellowship Programme in London organised by Plan UK! 

The 2010 Young Citizens Learning Fellowship Programme is a two week placement with Plan UK in London. During the two weeks in 31st July – 15th August, you will have the opportunity to engage and learn about Plan’s work in partnership with Citizenship Foundation on a collective learning project funded by the EU on climate change, Make the Link – Climate exChange. This project aims to increase public awareness of the links between climate change, poverty and child rights.

As Youth Fellows, you will take part in activities and discussions on the impact of climate change on young people’s lives.  We are looking for someone who is happy to make a long-lasting commitment to the project’s aims, who would like to join Plan on a longer-term role and play a significant role as youth advisers to Make the Link Climate exChange project.

 Living and working in London with 5 other young people, with all travel and accommodation costs paid for plus a daily allowance and a chance to see how an international NGO works, this is an opportunity of a lifetime!

The deadline for applications is Friday 7th May 2010, 5pm

 All applicants must be able to travel during the month of August and be aged between 18 and 21.

Please contact Jo Dempster, Youth Engagement Officer at Plan UK for more information at:

Jo.Dempster@plan-international.org

www.plan-uk.org

Views expressed on this blog are not necessarily those of the Citizenship Foundation.

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