UPDATE (December 2017): Future Earth offers travel support for early career professionals
UPDATE (December 2017): Travel support for early career professionals is currently unavailable from Future Earth. We urge you to stay up-to-date with our news to learn about opportunities for researchers and practitioners just beginning their careers.
Future Earth will offer a series of grants to early career professionals to support their travel to sustainability events around the world. The grants are open to early career researchers working in fields relevant to sustainability and to practitioners in policy, business, civil society and more. Interested professionals can apply on a rolling basis throughout the year.
The travel grants will support up to 20 early career professionals each year and provide as much as 1500 Euros in assistance. Professionals can use this support to attend Future Earth events or to serve as ambassadors for the Future Earth mission at other international conferences, workshops and symposia.
!!! Please note that we do not accept any more applications for events in 2017 !!!
For questions about these opportunities, contact Hannah Moersberger, capacity building and research enabling officer for Future Earth.
Future Earth is dedicated to supporting early career professionals to become leaders in global sustainability. We work with motivated individuals in and out of research to strengthen their skills in conducting inter- and transdisciplinary research and to build solutions for the challenges facing the world today. As part of these efforts, we partner closely with the Early Career Researchers Network of Networks .
You can learn more about our support for early career professionals here.
DATEJune 8, 2017
AUTHORFuture Earth Staff Member
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