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Internet Society’sNext Generation Leaders ProgrammeThe next generation of Internet leaders starts now

Presented by [Presenter name, Chapter name]

[Date]

http://www.InternetSociety.org/Leaders

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The success of the Internet was not an accident

And we cannot take its future for granted

That’s why the Internet Society invests in the Next Generation of Internet Leaders

the next generation of internet leaders
The next generation of Internet Leaders…
  • Understand how business, technology, and policy interconnect
  • Work with many different types of individuals and organizations across the Internet ecosystem
  • Build communities, cooperate, and coordinate with all stakeholders

Are you one of these leaders?

what is the ngl programme
What is the NGL Programme?

The Next Generation Leaders Programme:

  • Integrates training and professional-development
  • Identifies emerging leaders (20-40 years old) with potential to work across Policy, Technology, Business, and Education
  • Prepares potential leaders for complex challenges ahead
  • Includes participants from all around the world – more than 30 countries so far, from all regions.
how is the ngl programme structured
How is the NGL Programme structured?
  • NGL blends interactive course work with hands-on experience
  • Each NGL component can be completed separately, or in combination, depending on your own interest
  • Opportunity for NGL certification
  • Advanced opportunities to recognize high achievement and deliver local impact
how does the ngl help future leaders
How does the NGL help future leaders?

NGL cultivates a new generation of Internet leaders, prepared to address critical technology, policy, and business challenges.

The NGL programme helps participants:

  • Develop diplomatic skills
  • Master the drivers of Internet-based innovation and growth
  • Experience the technical development of the Internet
  • Learn how to strengthen their local communities and bring local Internet-related issues and ideas onto the global stage
  • Promote the values and principles that are the foundation of the Internet’s success and advance an open, collaborative, and multistakeholder Internet model
ngl key components
NGL key components
  • Moderated eLearning course "Shaping the Internet – History and Futures”
  • Ambassadorships
    • Internet Governance Forum (IGF)
  • Fellowships
    • IETF
    • World Bank infoDev Global Forum
    • OECD Technology Foresight Forum
  • The Next Generation Leaders Certificate
  • Laureate Award projects
shaping the internet history and futures
“Shaping the Internet – History and Futures”

Moderated eLearning curriculum, delivered by partner DiploFoundation

  • Covers essential topics for effective interactions and relationships in Internet Ecosystem; key concepts and emerging issues in Internet governance
  • Online, interactive coursework (no travel required)
  • Read and comment on materials in your own time
  • Join weekly text-based chat, facilitated by a Diplo tutor and an ISOC expert
  • Concurrent courses in English and French
isoc fellowship to ietf
ISOC Fellowship to IETF

Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF)

  • Fellows attend an IETF meeting
  • An experienced mentor helps Fellows build an in-depth understanding of standards-making process
  • Active involvement by Fellows capable of contributing to IETF activities
  • Fellows build personal networks with peers
  • New and returning Fellows selected
  • Note - no age restrictions on this NGL component
igf ambassadorship
IGF Ambassadorship

Internet Governance Forum (IGF)

  • Ambassadors participate in IGF meeting
  • Explain and promote ISOC positions on public policy issues
  • Contribute local and regional perspectives in workshops and sessions
  • Share experience with their home community and Chapter
  • New and returning Ambassadors selected
fellowship to oecd technology foresight forum
Fellowship to OECD Technology Foresight Forum

Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)

  • Fellows attend an annual event by the OECD Committee for Information, Computer, and Communications Policy (ICCP)
  • Fellows join policy makers, business, civil society, and technical communities to identify opportunities for and challenges to Internet Economy
  • Well suited to those interested in impact of technological innovation
  • New and returning Ambassadors selected
ngl certification
NGL Certification

NGL participants graduate with an NGL Certificate if they successfully combine:

    • moderated eLearning "Shaping the Internet - History & Futures", and
    • A Fellowship or Ambassadorship (or demonstrate high achievement in professional or voluntary capacity)
  • Note - annual application process for graduation
laureate local impact projects
Laureate Local Impact Projects

Potential graduates can also propose a project in their local community. The best applications will be selected for additional support:

    • Travel to an ISOC office
    • ISOC staff help to refine the project
    • Additional training (grant writing/media training)
    • Project funding
  • Laureates are high achievers, returning additional value to their own Chapters and communities.
join the ngl programme
Join the NGL Programme
  • A flexible curriculum
  • Apply for any of the NGL components
    • you can participate in just one component, or combine them to suit your interests
  • eLearning course can be completed from home; all other components require travel
  • No fees; ISOC covers all expenses
  • Open to ISOC members only
how can you make a difference
How can you make a difference?
  • NGL is helping to create a pool of talented individuals from around the world
    • a global community of dedicated professionals with deep local roots
    • committed to the shared goal of keeping the Internet open
  • You can help us:
    • Spread the word
    • Recommend leaders
    • Engage with NGL alumni
    • Develop and scale the programme
learn more
Learn more
  • Visit the website

http://www.InternetSociety.org/leaders

  • Sign up for NGL Announcements

https://www.isoc.org/leaders/application.php?s=2

  • Contact ISOC\'s Internet Leadership Programmes team

[email protected]

Under the patronage of the European Commission for Information Society and Media

internet society s next generation leaders programme

Internet Society’sNext Generation Leaders Programme

The next generation of Internet Leaders starts now… Starting with you?

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