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The North West Sustainability Network

A network for students and young adults who want to change the world!

We are now recruiting! More information further down. 

The purpose of The North West Sustainability Network is to contribute so that future leaders and decision makers have competence and network to take the right choices for a sustainable future. We shall strengthen both the region, businesses and student environment. Participants will get knowledge, new relations and a sosial arena. The network will also work together with United Cities and similar networks globally. 


The network is administrated by a steering committee that consists of one representative from the student organisations from the different fields of study at NTNU in Ålesund, the International Student Union (ISU), the Student Parliament (SPÅ) and Næringslivsutvalget (NLU).

The activity is divided in two parts; Open professional events that are available for everyone, and closed events for the network. The closed events inlcude workshops, seminars, networking and sosial events. 


"The only qualifications we demand from people who want to join is this; You must tell us how you want to change the world! Then we will help you achieve just that" - Gjermund Kvernmo Langset, CEO The North West.


The network is free of charge, there are no knowledge criteria and it is open to any field of study or work. But you must be comitted to participate, share, discuss and learn. Those who are admitted into the network will join the program for one year of study. All attendees will get a certificate for their efforts. After a person is finished in the network, they will join an alumni group.

Do you want to participate in the network? 

Send us an application answering this;  How do you want to change the world? 

Format:
- Word or pdf
- 1-2 A4 page

Send the application to gjermund@thenorthwest.no

Deadline: 10.10.21.

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