Who are we looking for?
Are you a young professional with the ambition to change the world for the better? Then you are the future leader we are looking for.
Do you at least have a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent, are you between the age of 23 and 33, fluent in English (verbal and written), with a clear affinity for sustainability, eager to make impact and up for the Nudge Global Impact Challenge?
I am a company candidate
A company candidate is a young professional working for a company or organisation that allows him or her to participate in the Nudge Global Impact Challenge AND agrees to pay for his or her participation. The participation fee amounts to EUR 3.300,– (excluding travel costs and costs for accommodation during the Nudge Global Impact Challenge – three days, two nights including food and drinks / EUR 500,–).
I am a wild card candidate
A wild card candidate is a young professional working for a company or organisation, who does not have sufficient financial means to take part in the Nudge Global Impact Challenge. By applying for a wild card you enter a selection process where your participation fee (EUR 3.300,–) for the Nudge Global Impact Challenge will be sponsored. This means you only have to pay for the travel costs and accommodation during the three-day stay in The Netherlands (EUR 500,–).
All Wild Card applicants will be notified regarding the selection before mid-September.
“What is really impressive for me is that I get to meet a lot of young talents, great minds from all over the world, and I feel so inspired because they are amazing – they are very bright, they are very talented, and it’s just great to connect with them, to network with them.” – Winton Winton (Danone ELN, Indonesia)
“When you are with 90 youngsters from all over the world who work on creating impact, you realise again that you are not alone. I think THAT is the most important realisation to keep going and be sure to make the impact you really can have.” – Marieke Creemers (Wild Card participant, Nudge Global Impact Challenge 2017)