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Webinar: EJWP for water organizations
April 8 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm CEST
We empower young professionals for sustainable water management in Europe – through collaborative learning, networking, and coaching for personal & career development.
The European water sector needs to ensure continuous innovative leadership to adapt to climate impacts, new circular economies, digitalisation and a more diverse labour market.
Are you ready to invest in the future of water resources in Europe?
Join our 3rd group starting on 14 June!
Young water professionals are key to future adaptation – and EJWP supports their development. EJWP builds collaborative leadership capacities for sustainable solutions in water management. Through an integrated two-year, part-time development programme, EJWP guides young water professionals (with 2 – 8 years of sector experience) in developing key skills: network building, communication & diversity, technical advancements and more – to empower their careers and their social contributions.
We know that water and climate change impacts do not recognise political boundaries.
‘To be a water sector leader, you need not only local or regional knowledge, but also a strong connection with the sector globally. EJWP provides a broader working view of the actors, challenges and innovations of the European water sector. In an increasingly multicultural and shifting world, EJWP creates an enabling environment for early career professionals to develop beyond the tasks of their daily jobs, to work on cross-sectoral issues from a diversity-is-strength approach.’ Ioana Dobrescu, participant in EJWP Group 1, from Romania.
On 14 June, we will launch our 3rd international and interdisciplinary EJWP group. See how our tailored programme can help 1) individual young professionals and 2) water-sector organisations combine essential human capital with technical expertise to manage complex water challenges in Europe and beyond.
REGISTER at firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Naomi Timmer email@example.com for more details about how our dynamic and diverse community of water professionals can support development