YES Europe Lab Summer Fellowship

CATEGORY: Training

Maja Nenadovic (Fellowship Programme)

Happy to announce the launch of the “Summer Fellowship 2018”. The Fellowship revolves around a 3-day residential workshop which will take place in Segovia, Spain, from June 28 to July 1. To prepare for the workshop, the Fellowship program will start mid-June with a first distance learning session. To build upon the residential workshop, the Fellowship program will then extend over the summer and combine a coaching and distant learning program, all to be completed by end of September 2018.

We are looking for talented social entrepreneurs, change agents, activists and aspiring elected officials ready to assume leadership in difficult times, take responsibility to inspire and mobilize others and make a lasting impact on the future of Europe. We would be very grateful if you could help us spread the word wide and far across your network.

Building a talented and diverse group of “change makers” coming from across the continent and passionate about the European project is of paramount importance to the success of this inaugural Fellowship cohort. We also welcome nominations!

Details and applications here:

Due Date: 10 May 2018

Any question:

Warm regards,

The Yes Europe Lab Team

About Yes Europe Lab (

Yes Europe Lab is a pan-European social innovation lab. Our goal is to shape the future of Europe by empowering a new generation of civic and political leaders through training, mentoring, and community building. Our tools are workshops and grassroots campaigns, mentoring to individuals and organizations, and media products aimed at fostering civic participation of European citizens.

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