Green School Bali is honored to launch the Young Green Leaders Award, an opportunity to celebrate young, green changemakers in Indonesia who are making a local difference for global change. This Award is in line with the Green School mission to create a community of changemakers making our world sustainable. This will be the first of a recurring annual Young Green Leaders award given to students aged 12-16 who are creating innovative and sustainable solutions, in alignment with any one or more of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
“We are looking for Young Green Leaders, who understand it is time to have a mission and time to take action”
– John Hardy, Co-Founder Green School
In addition to being in line with the UN sustainable development goals, student-submitted projects will be judged on the following criteria:
Which project has the greatest potential impact?
How feasible would it be to scale this project up?
How unique, new, and innovative is this idea?
An award given to an Indonesian student studying in Indonesia
An award given to an International student studying outside Indonesia
The winner of the National Award and the International Award will each receive the following prize
1 YEAR SCHOLARSHIP TO GREEN SCHOOL BALI*
A scholarship to attend Green School in Bali for 1 academic year
12 MONTH PROJECT MENTORSHIP
Mentors from our ecosystem which could include
Green Educators Faculty of Green School Bali
Green School Bali iHub Zero Waste Maker Space
IBUKU Sustainable Architecture & Design Firm
Bio Bus Green School Bali Social Enterprise
Kul Kul Farm Permaculture Farm and Earth-friendly Living
Co – Founder
Co – Founder
Potato Head Family
To Be Confirmed
(Class of 2024)
Green School Bali
(Class of 2016)
Force of Nature
(Class of 2017)
(Class of 2019)
Byebye Plastic Bag
who are currently enrolled in a school or being home-schooled
Click on the form to see submission requirements
Application opens April 22, 2021
*Conditions and Restrictions apply. To learn more click here
Applicants for the Young Green Leaders Awards will be judged according to their ability to meet Green School values and standards, including Local Scholarship program standards for the Indonesia winner.
If the winner of the Young Green Leaders Award cannot travel to Bali, Green School reserves the right to replace the Scholarship prize with another prize, combining project accelerator workshops, mentoring and funding.