IRF - International Road Federation lancia il Programma Giovani Professionisti (YPP)
L'International Road Federation (IRF) di Ginevra ha lanciato il Programma IRF giovani professionisti (IRF-YPP) come veicolo per coinvolgere studenti e giovani professionisti nelle attività e negli eventi della IRF.
Il IRF- YPP è una piattaforma per la prossima generazione di leader e specialisti nei settori stradale e della mobilità per proporre iniziative, condividere idee e di essere impegnati nelle attività globali di IRF.
Il programma è stato lanciato a Birmingham, nel corso della Terza Strada Executives Course.
Alleghiamo qui il depliant informativo (in lingua inglese) con I termini e le modalità di partecipazione.
Per Ulteriori informazioni si può consultare il sito IRF http://www.irfnet.ch/IRF_young_professionals.php.
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The International Road Federation (IRF) di Ginevra is reaching out to the next generation of leaders and professionals by launching the IRF Young Professionals Programme (IRF-YPP)
The IRF Geneva YPP provides young professionals involved with the road and mobility sectors a platform for communicating with their peers, exchanging ideas, getting involved and contributing new ideas to the road sector, and engaging with the IRF Geneva.
The mission of the IRF-YPP is to present young professionals with opportunities for their development in the road and mobility sectors. According to Kiran Kapila, IRF chairman IRF the members of the IRF-YPP are young people who are not only interested in the road and mobility sectors, but are also keen to become part of IRF and contribute to the development and implementation of a new vision for the organisation. Kapila says “they get a unique chance to be part of the “ideas lab” of IRF and thus shape the future of the organisation and of the sector.”
IRF-YPP is targeted at graduate students enrolled in a Masters or PhD programme, and young professionals working in the road and transport sectors. The IRF-YPP is currently led by three, dynamic, young professionals: Ana Maria de la Parra, Melinda Matyas and Yahia Hadj Youb.
The IRF-YPP hosted its very first webinar on 22 July, 2015. More information, in Chinese, Arabic, and Spanish, about the IRF-YPP and the webinar is available, on IRF Geneva website.
What is it?
IRF Young Professionals is a platform for the next generation of leaders and specialists in the road and mobility sector to propose initiatives, share ideas and be engaged in the overall activities of IRF.
IRF-YPP is aimed at graduate students enrolled in a Master or PhD programme as well as young professionals working in the sector.
What is its mission?
The IRF-YPP has as its mission to present the road and mobility sectors as a multidisciplinary area for development for young professionals from various backgrounds.
IRF-YPP members are young people who are not only interested in the road and mobility sectors, but are also keen to become part of IRF and contribute to the development and implementation of a new vision for the organization.
Members of the IRF-YPP can be part of the prestigious network of IRF associates and participate in IRF activities.
1. A resume
2. A personal statement (no more than 500 words) that summarizes
• Professional background
• Reason for involvement in the road and mobility sector
• Any outstanding merits in the field
• Possible benefit on the IRF Young Professionals Programme based on both experiences and new ideas.
The IRF-YPP offers the opportunity to publish articles in World Highways, the official magazine of the International Road Federation as well as in the other IRF specialized publications.
Members of the IRF-YPP get a unique chance to be part of the “ideas lab” of IRF thus shape the future of the organization and the sector.
How to apply to the IRF YPP Programme?
Those aged between 22 and 35 years old, experienced in the road and mobility sector either as a graduate student or as a young professional, who have a proactive personality or have demonstrated leadership skills, are encouraged to apply to join the programme.