Tech Camp on Climate Change

The US Embassy in Israel, in partnership with the Technion Institute, is pleased to announce that the applications for the 2023 “Israel- Morocco Intercultural Tech Camp on Climate Change” are Now Open!

Program Background:
The Intercultural TechCamp on Climate Change – hosted jointly by the U.S. Embassies in Israel and Morocco – will assemble talented Moroccan and Israeli young leaders, activists, influencers, and entrepreneurs and connect them with experts in climate change, to build inter-cultural teams that will work together before, during, and after the TechCamp to address climate change challenges in their communities and in the region.  Participants will have the opportunity to travel together and work together in both countries. Therefore, candidates must be willing and able to travel to Morocco and Israel. The dates of travel are noted below.

The program will also provide participants with the necessary tools to expand their knowledge on the topics of climate change and entrepreneurship, which will potentially enable them to launch projects resulting in sustainable job creation around climate action.

Program goals: 

  • Connect on climate change challenges, to broaden networks and partnerships to address intensifying environmental threats.
  • Strengthen entrepreneurship skills to take effective action.
  • Initiate an intercultural exchange around climate solutions.

Program dates:
Phase 1: Virtual Component:  2 days in September 2023
Phase 2: Morocco In-Country Component: 5 days in December 2023
Phase 3: Israel In-Country Component:  5 days in  Spring, 2024

Application and Eligibility:

If you are a talented young leader/ activist/ influencer/ entrepreneur, Israeli citizen between the ages of 18-30, and ready to initiate your ideas on climate change with Moroccan partners, this call is for You!

Apply by 23, June 2023 through the following online application form=>

Info and inquiries:

For general info on the TechCamp program, please click here:

For questions and inquiries, please click here to send an email.