Application Process

During the entire month of April, we are accepting applications for our program. To apply, simply complete the application form that will provide us with insights into your experience, background story, projects, and motivations. Additionally, it will help us understand what resources you have and where you might need our assistance. Our goal is to ensure that all participants have the necessary resources to succeed in the program, so please do not hesitate to apply – even if you currently have limited resources.

If your profile aligns with our program, you will receive an official invitation to the bootcamp stage of the program between May 1st and May 5th. This stage includes various activities and exercises designed to evaluate participants and determine their fit for the program. We are excited to discover and work with potential changemakers, so apply now to join us on this journey!

Deadline to apply: April 30th at midnight 

Receive a response: Between May 1st and May 5th

Eligibility Requirements

  • Age

    You should be above the legal limit in your country. Apart from that, there is no defined range, but we are looking for individuals who have a young mentality and are eager to learn and create positive change.

  • Nationality

    You must be a citizen or resident of Peru, Kenya, or Switzerland to be eligible.

  • Interest

    You must have an interest in sustainable development within the umbrella topic of the value of nature (the areas of forests, semi-arid landscapes, or food systems) and a desire to make a positive change in your community.

  • Commitment

    You must be committed to developing a new idea or working on a project that focuses on creating a positive impact in your community through sustainable development.

  • Availability

    You must be available to participate in the program’s activities and training sessions, which will require an estimated 5 hours per week, on top of the time dedicated to your assignements.

  • Language

    You must be able to communicate fluently in either English or Spanish, and have at least a moderate level of English.

If your project…

If your project looks like this, or is similar, we’d love for you to apply:

  • is affecting or changing positively your community
  • is addressing universal access to safe and nutritious food
  • is improving the income of small-scale food producers
  • is creating or improving rural infrastructure or agricultural research
  • is addressing the prevalence of undernourishment in your community
  • is working on sustainable food production and resilient agricultural practices
  • aims to maintain genetic diversity in food production
  • is working on sustainably combating desertification, deforestation, and restoring degraded forests in your community
  • is working to halt biodiversity loss
  • is working to conserve and restore terrestrial ecosystems
  • is working to eliminate poaching and trafficking of protected species
  • is working to eliminate poaching and trafficking of protected species
  • is increasing financial resources to conserve and sustainably use ecosystem and biodiversity
  • is working to finance and incentivize sustainable forest management