Hello Teach the Future & Young Voices Community,
As you may have heard, we are pleased to announce that Teach the Future is partnering with the School of International Futures (SOIF) for a second year to offer Next Generation of Foresight Practitioner - Young Voices (NGFP-YV) awards for young people between the ages of 12 to 17 year olds.
To date, NGFP has recognized 97 ‘fellows’ foresight practitioners under age 35 in the Main Award and others aged 18-25 in the Walkabout awards, not to mention a growing sensing network of over 500 participants.
Last year, Teach the Future created the NGFP-YV awards exclusively for young people between the ages of 12 to 17 year olds; we received 25 completed individual and team applications and we awarded $2,500 to the top four applications and recognized six others for significant merit.
Teach the Future is delighted to partner with SOIF to manage the competition that recognizes young people in secondary schools (12-17 years of age) who are working for a better world. We are conducting the same competition this year:
The first-place winner will receive a USD $1000 prize to help realize their future-focused project and catapult their idea into action.
Three runner ups will each receive a USD $500 prize.
Six top finalists will also be recognized for their ideas and efforts
Briefly, entering the competition requires a brief bio, a 400-word essay and a 2m 30s video describing what the young person has done or plans to do to anticipate and create change in their community. Young people 12-17 years of age may click here to fill out a pre-registration form . Applications close on 14 July 2022.
Send your questions and inquiries to email@example.com
Looking forward to hearing from you!
Lisa Giuliani with the Young Voices Network