Ethos Fellowship for Young Scholars
The opportunity of a lifetime for young leaders aged 16-25. Learn alongside world leaders in systems thinking and permaculture during this free 12-week program.
Calling young people who want to re-imagine the world and explore possibilities for systemic solutions
Are you committed to creating positive change in the world?
Do you want to learn what systems thinking is and how to use it?
Do you want to be part of global regenerative solutions that restore the planet?
Do you want to meet and talk with people exploring big ideas, and share your love for this beautiful planet?
Learn with Fritjof Capra, a world-leading author, educator, activist and physicist
Entirely FREE of cost to successful applicants. The Fellowship is fully subsidised by the Permaculture Education Institute and Fritjof Capra.
This intake of Ethos Fellows will be working together on the Capra Course.
You will learn with one world’s major public thinkers, renowned author-educator-activist-physicist, Fritjof Capra Ph.D. You’ll even have the chance to meet and talk with him directly, and be part of a global alumni.
Hosted by the Permaculture Education Institute, the Fellowship is led by Morag Gamble, a global teacher of permaculture educators, eco-humanitarian, systems thinker, warm data fellow, podcaster, writer and filmmaker.
Supporting Morag is her daughter Maia Raymond, founder of the global Permayouth non-profit and a [pr]activist.
If you’re aged under 25 and ready to learn directly with world leaders in systems thinking and permaculture, apply now to join this free 12-week online program.
Only 10 places available. Starts Feb 14th. Apply by January 31st
Ethos Fellowship details
Syllabus — what you will learn
- Week 1 – Introduction to Systems Thinking
- Week 2 – The Web of Life
- Week 3 – Order & Complexity in the Living World
- Week 4 – Systems View of Evolution
- Week 5 – Mind & Consciousness
- Week 6 – Science & Spirituality
- Week 7 – The Systems View of Health
- Week 8 – Life, Mind & Society
- Week 9 – Life & Leadership in Organisations
- Week 10 – The Ecological Dimension of Life
- Week 11 – Systems Thinking & The State of the World
- Week 12 – Systemic Solutions
Hours workload per week: 2 (to participate in online, live discussions and complete content).
If you engage consistently with the content and discussions, you will be awarded a certificate of completion.
- Must be 25 years or younger.
- Have strong access to the internet and Zoom.
- Be committed to being part of positive change in the world.
- Have dedication to show up consistently and engage in the weekly discussions.
How to apply for the Ethos Fellowship
This is the opportunity of a lifetime for young leaders aged 16 to 25 years old. Meet with other youth leaders around the world and start creating positive change in the world.
- Submit your application by 31st January
- If successful, you will receive an offer for the Fellowship on the 30th of January
- You must accept this offer within 5 days
- Successful applicants will be invited to a welcome session on the 11th February at 7pm AEST
There is no fee for this program — if your application is successful, you can participate in this fellowship free of charge. We want to support young people’s access to these ideas and spaces!
We can’t wait to receive your applications!
If you have any questions about the fellowship or logistical queries, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.