>Damanon Young Leaders Award 2009: Eco Campus Challenge

> DANAMON YOUNG LEADERS AWARD 2009: ECO CAMPUS CHALLENGE

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The environmental degradation in our society is one of the major issues that must be immediately taken care of. Environmental problems will not only harm the earth as the only home for the human race but it will also harm all other living creatures that live in it, including the human species

Students as the future leaders are a very important element in the society that will decide the shape of the future. Therefore, it is important for the young generation to be able to walk the talk and start to make a difference in their surroundings to reduce the adverse impact from environmental degradation. At the same time, the students will also sharpen their leadership capacity and improve their skills in project management.

We call all potential young leaders that have a deep concern about the environmental issues and feel the need to act and do something about them. We invite you to join our Eco Campus Challenge where students will have the chance to implement their small yet impactfull green project ideas at their campus or neighborhood and win our Danamon Young Leaders Award.

ACTIVITIES

This event contains of some exciting challenging activities:

  1. Project outline submission and selection
  2. 3-day-exclusive-training
  3. Visits to social entrepreneur organizations
  4. Project implementation
  5. Best projects and DYLA winner selection

PRIZE

This event contains of some exciting challenging activities:

  1. Free exclusive training of green awareness, leadership, social entrepreneurship, and project management in Danamon Kampus Ciawi, Bogor
  2. 5 best projects @ IDR 1.000.000
  3. One person chosen as a Danamon Young Leader will be Indonesian representative in East Asia Environmental Forum in Osaka, Japan.

APPLICATION ELIGIBILITY

  1. Must be enrolled as university student (S1/S2) in one of the campuses in Indonesia with maximum age of 26 years old
  2. Must have a leadership potential and be active in campus activities
  3. Must have a project ideas and strong willingness to implement the ideas
  4. Students with currently ongoing green project are also welcome to apply
  5. Must be available to follow all the sessions (see event details)
  6. Fluency in English will become an additional point

APPLICATION AND PROJECT SUBMISSION

  1. Please fill in the application form and project outline (click here to download application form)
  2. Submit your documents to apply@eco-leaders.com. If your documents have reached the committee, you will receive a notification email in 24 hours.
  3. The application deadline is 25th of June 2009. Announcement will be published at www.eco-leaders.com by June 30th, 2009.

PROJECT ELIGIBILITY

  1. Project must be addressing real environmental issues or problems arising in the campus/ community
  2. Project must be simple and yet create impact
  3. Project must be measurable and first milestone can be done in 1-1,5 month time frame
  4. Project is not costly and can be conducted with minimum resource
  5. Danamon will not cover the cost in implementing the project
  6. Leaders are encouraged to make a team to conduct the project (only the leaders who will be invited to join 3-day-training and be the Danamon Young Leader)
  7. Example of green projects: school flea market (selling unused things instead of throwing it to the bin), bike to campus campaign, environmental education (giving a green awareness information for elementary students), or making a system of garbage recycle in campus.

EVENT DETAILS

This event contains of some exciting challenging activities:

  1. Project outline submission and selection
    Committee will choose 20 candidates of DYLA winner based on the project outlines that have been submitted during 1-25 June 2009. The judges are committee of DYLA ECC and representatives of Eco League Japan.

  2. 3-day-exclusive-training
    These are the schedules for the 3-day-training (9-11 July 2009)

    Time Day 1
    9 July
    Day 2
    10 July
    Day 3
    11 July
    07.00 Gather in Danamon Kuningan Breakfast Breakfast
    07.30
    08.00
    08.30 Depart to Danamon Campus, Ciawi Bogor Morning energizer & photo session Morning energizer
    09.00 Session 1: Eco Field Trip (divided into 4 Groups) Session 1: Project Management
    09.30
    10.00
    10.30 Dormitory check in Coffee break
    11.00 Ice breaking Session 2: Project coaching session
    11.30 Opening Ceremony
    12.00 Introduction to DYLA & DYLA Community
    12.30 Lunch Lunch Lunch
    13.00
    13.30 Session 1: Green Awareness Session 1: Group sharing session (learning from Eco field trip) Preparation
    14.00 Project presentation
    14.30
    15.00
    15.30 Coffee break Coffee break
    16.00 Session 2: Social Enterpreneurship Session 2: Leadership
    16.30 Coffee break
    17.00 Project presentation
    17.30
    18.00 Personal time Personal time Closing ceremony
    Depart to Danamon Kuningan
    18.30 Dinner Dinner Packing
    19.00 Depart to Danamon Kuningan
    19.30
    20.00 Sharing session: Insights from Climate Cool Network, British Council Sharing session: Insights from Eco League, Japan
    20.30
    21.00
    21.30 Buddy Learning Buddy Learning

    Legend:

    In class activity
    Networking time
    Team learning
    Energizer activity
  3. Project implementation (July 12 – August 17, 2009)
  4. Annoucement of DYLA winner (August 7, 2009)
  5. Annoucement of 5 best projects (August 31, 2009)
  6. East Asia Environmental Forum in Osaka, Japan (September 19-23, 2009)

CONTACT US

For any inquiries, please contact us.
DYLA ECC Committee (person in charge of : Paramitha Suandi)
E-mail: paramitha.suandi@danamon.co.id
Tel/Fax: +62 21 30244998/+62 21 25537222
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