“MY Camp is once in a lifetime experience that changes your life in many ways,” says 2012 MY Camper Daša Robič. The names of the 60 Millennium Youth Campers for 2013 have now been published. The 26 girls and 34 boys come from 31 countries all over the world.
The names of the 200 youth, who were selected for the second round of the Millennium Youth Camp application process have now been published. Next, the 89 girls and 111 boys will start working on their theme assignments according to which the final decision on the 60 campers will be made.
The application period for Millennium Youth Camp 2013 has ended. Next summer the Camp will have more themes than ever before, and one of the new ones, Bioscience and Technology, attracted the most applicants.
“Applying to MY Camp was definitely one of the best things I’ve done in my life!” says 2012 MY Camper Jovana Vidovic. The closing date for 2013 Millennium Youth Camp application is 17 December, so you know what to do this weekend!
“If you like science and want to experience an unforgettable week, apply! Try it!” says 2012 MY Camper Simona Zimova. Have you already sent out your Millennium Youth Camp application?
That is how Millennium Technology awarded Linus Torvalds encouraged his audience at Millennium Youth Forum on Monday. The man behind Linux discussed his life and work with over 150 high school students.
Application for the international Millennium Youth Camp starts today. This will be the fourth time that 16–19-year-olds interested in natural sciences, mathematics and technology will have the chance to get together with other like-minded young people to work on scientific projects dealing with global issues.
IT expert Alex Palcuie from Romania was very enthusiastic to meet his role model Linus Torvalds during MY Camp 2012, where Alex was a proud member of ICT group. His next big step is to attend college in USA.
To wrap up the amazing MY Camp 2012, here’s a video of the whole week and words from one of the Campers, Daša Robič from Slovenia. Until we meet again…
These were the words that the MY Campers heard on Monday and again on Friday during the festive MY Camp Gala. The difference was that during the five days in between they had learned what the words actually stood for.