YouthCaN: Youth Connecting and Networking
Call for Proposals: YouthCaN 2014 Environmental Conference!
YouthCaN is a youth run organization that uses technology to inspire, connect and educate people worldwide about environmental issues. Through a network of conferences, activities and events we unite environmentally active youth to exchange ideas about the environment and to make a difference in their own communities.
Our biggest annual event is the YouthCaN NYC Conference! YouthCaN NYC 2014 will take place at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City on Monday, April 28, 2014. Each year the conference attracts youth and educators from around New York City, the US and the world--countries such as Lebanon, China, Australia, Russia, Senegal, Argentina and many more have participated in past YouthCaN conferences. The conference is a rare opportunity for environmentally inclined youth to meet one another and share their ideas and projects. It will be a wonderful learning experience.
Basic guidelines: All YouthCaN workshops should be for students and by students. Workshop topics should focus on an environmental issue. In the past topics have included: recycling, habitat protection and restoration, water monitoring, renewable energy, school gardening, transportation and many more. More comprehensive guidelines can be found on the Workshop/Exhibitor application below.
To submit your application for this conference, please fill out the registration form HERE.
Do You Like . . .
-Making a difference?
-Protecting the environment?
-Meeting new people from around the world?
* No Application
* No Cost
* No GPA requirements
* No specific time commitments
* No geographic restrictions
YouthCaN is a youth led organization that uses technology to inspire, connect and educate people worldwide about environmental issues. Through a network of conferences, activities and events we unite environmentally active youth to exchange ideas about the environment and empower others to make a difference in their own communities. Since 1992, YouthCaN has provided groups around the world with a support system for environmental endeavors and has served as a launching pad for new environmental ideas. Through the use of an online forum, youth can meet and keep in touch with others from different parts of the world. YouthCaN aims to offer students with tools to learn from, connect with, and motivate each other.
Additional information, including program schedules, can be found at http://www.youthcanworld.org