A Program for Students and Alumni
This program offers support for small projects and short-term educational or professional development activities to students and young scientists associated with the Center. These opportunities are made possible by the kind support of the Mercator Foundation Switzerland, which supports the program. Projects and activities funded by the Ambassador program must be consistent with the focus of the WFSC Mercator Program, which is the role and potential of organic production systems to contribute to global food security.
Eligiblity and Selection Process
The WFSC Student and Alumni Ambassador Program is open to:
- Alumni of the WFSC Summer School courses
- Graduate students (PhD and Masters) and postdocs who are studying at ETH Zurich with a WFSC member group.
Support for activities will be evaluated and selected via a competitive process.
Eligible applicants should submit a letter of application, one-page CV, and completed activity template.
Applications will be evaluated by the WFSC on a rolling basis throughout the year.
Interested applicants should contact the Center for activity templates and further information.