Are you passionate about technology?
Do you want to be an active part of the fight against climate change?
Do you want to find out how society and the jobs of the future will evolve?
The "Future Camp" offers young people the tools to be protagonists of their tomorrow, thanks to a multidisciplinary approach capable of providing knowledge and encouraging the development of transversal skills.
A unique experience on the international scene, aimed at girls and boys aged 16 to 22, lasting 5 days. A path that can change your life. Participating in the Future Camp you could:
Through an innovative and engaging method, a mix of frontal lessons and practical exercises, participants will be able to increase their knowledge of emerging and future technologies and develop skills that will be fundamental to the world of work tomorrow.
The course will be in Italian
Find out how to participate in the call for applications for scholarships.
The call is in Italian.
The director of the scientific committee is Cristina Pozzi.
Co-founder and CEO of Impactscool, Cristina is a successful entrepreneur, a populizer, a social entrepreneur and an active citizen with the aim to impact society positively. After selling her previous company, co-founded in 2006, in one of the most important exits in Italy she funded a non-profit organization in order to bring awareness and innovative education to schools, universities and organizations on technologies and future studies tools, with the mission of giving everyone access to the future in the global – fast changing society being built by the impacts of the 4th industrial revolution. Her motto is “the future is open source”: it has to be shaped together as a co-creation activity.
Thanks to the work done with Impactscool and to her previous experiences Cristina has been invited as a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum (2019-2024).
Reserve your place at the Future Camp before December 31st, 2019, you can access the Summer School at a discounted price. <br>Write to us for more information.
Wired will tell about the Summer Schools on his channels, will be part of the jury that will award scholarships and will bring some testimonies during activities with the youth.
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