YCM Challenge is a global community where young people from all over the world come together to develop and implement solutions for pressing issues they see around them.
YCM aspires to be the global reference for young changemakers and impact entrepreneurs, a platform for the most engaged, the most restless and the most active amongst Gen Z to meet, connect and collaborate.
YCM is a place for them to grow into their own potential
as future leaders of change.
After the successful 2021 edition with participants from over 30 countries, YCM is coming back in 2022. Stay posted!
What makes the YCM Challenge unique?
An active network of Gen Zers, experienced changemakers and mentors from 5 continents
Young people aged 14-25 work together in international teams to develop impactful solutions
Think big, start small: teams come up with big ideas and begin acting now
Online platform with proven tools and methods to collaborate from anywhere in the world
Become a part of YCM
Become a young changemaker and create the future you want to live in. Work on a project you feel passionate about during the YCM 2022
Do you already have experience as a young changemaker? Have you participated in similar challenges or created your own social initiative? Become a YCM Ambassador!
Organisations participating in the YCM Challenge have a unique opportunity to connect with a proactive Gen Z audience and engage them in their vision for the future, collaborate with them and mobilize their own employees as mentors.
Who is behind the initiative?
A branch of Innova Partners, we focus on meaningful learning innovation. In particular, we design life-shaping learning
experiences that reveal the potential and creative confidence of every person: the skills and confidence to pursue their dreams.
YEP stands for Youth Empowerment & Participation, and that is exactly what it is all about. A strong civil society is more important today than ever – the more people who participate, the stronger we are. In order for young people to become active, responsible citizens, you have to take their voice seriously, because democracy and participation are processes that you can only learn if you experience them.