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Who are we looking for?

Young professionals with the ambition to change the world for the better and eager to create the impact they envision. Does this sound like you? Then read on!

Criteria for participation: You have at least a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent, you are between the age of 23 and 33, and fluent in English (verbal and written). Above all, you have a clear passion for sustainability, you want to develop your leadership skills, and you are eager to make an impact.

Apply now! We have availability for 60 company participants and 30 Wild Cards.





I am a Company Participant

A company participant 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 3.500,– (excluding travel costs and costs for accommodation during the Nudge Global Impact Challenge – three days, two nights including food and drinks / EUR 500,–).

Participation is subject to the payment terms and conditions (see below). An invoice will be sent to you upon your registration.

Payment terms and conditions Nudge Global Impact Challenge 2019

I am a Wild Card Candidate

A Wild Card candidate is a student or 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 3.500,–) 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,– covering three days, two nights including food and drinks).

All Wild Card applicants will be notified regarding the selection before mid-September 2019.

Applications for Wild Cards are now closed. The applications for the Nudge Global Impact Challenge 2020 will be open on 1 December.

Wild Card applications reached in 2019

  • “I met a lot of people from all over the world who gave me many insights. It’s good to have this outside perspective. I told my coach about some insecurities and she gave me a lot of advice. It was a very enriching experience.”
    Isabela Alves de Oliveira, 2018 Company ParticipantTPM Analyst at Heineken, Brazil
  • “The Challenge taught me to express myself clearly. It gave me the courage to talk to people and try to engage the right shareholders to help me with my Impact Plan.”
    Filimaua Akerise, 2018 participantAssistant Inventory Control at Danone, New Zealand

“I think that the very important parts of the Challenge are to help me create the connections, to get feedback from coaches, and also to improve my leadership to make my plan come true. And the most important part is to understand how to deliver the best results.” – Nguyễn Thị Cẩm Thu (HEINEKEN, Vietnam)