YGA nominates
the candidates, for 2022
Earthshot Prize

Application deadline: February 19

What is YGA?

YGA raises double-winged youths who help us look to the future with hope.

For YGA, a non-profit and non-governmental organization established in Turkey, “being double-winged” means not only being conscientious enough to design projects beneficial to humanity but also being adequately equipped to accomplish projects.

How to get involved, what gains does it provide?

YGA raises double-winged youths who help us look to the future with hope.

YGA programs are not limited to students in Turkey. Also, students from universities such as Harvard, MIT, Columbia, Brown, Berkeley, London Business School, Technical University of Munich, Turin Polytechnic take part in its projects as part of strategic partnerships.

Why does YGA exist and what does it do?

YGA programs are not limited to students in Turkey. Also, students from universities such as Harvard, MIT, Columbia, Brown, Berkeley, London Business School, Technical University of Munich, Turin Polytechnic take part in its projects as part of strategic partnerships.

YGA Programs

YGA youths develop their wings while implementing technology-based innovations that benefit humanity.

YGA Awards

YGA youths develop their wings while implementing technology-based innovations that benefit humanity.