Willerby supports student climate change competition

13 July 2021

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We’re supporting a new competition encouraging students across the Humber to find sustainable solutions to climate change.

Marketing Humber has launched The Waterline Student Challenge 2021 as part of its ongoing The Waterline campaign to lead the region’s drive to a net zero carbon economy.

Children and young people aged between 11-18 are invited to plan and deliver their own eco-project for the competition.

Individuals and teams of between two and 10 can take part and projects can include recycling schemes and minimising food waste, among others.

As a Principal Partner of Marketing Humber, Willerby will be providing one of the six finalists with a VIP behind-the-scenes visit to our site to find out more about our business and the exciting career opportunities we offer.

Our CEO Peter Munk said: “We are very proud to be supporting The Waterline Student Challenge 2021.

“This challenge presents a brilliant opportunity for children and young people across the region to play their part in the global fight against climate change with their own eco-projects.

“It is imperative we all work together to preserve the planet for future generations and this is an excellent way to get students involved.

“We look forward to welcoming one of the finalist teams for a behind-the-scene look at our business and the fantastic career opportunities available to them in our industry.”

The six finalists will take part in The Waterline Summit 2021, the annual showpiece event of The Waterline campaign, in October.

Initial expressions of interest to The Waterline Student Challenge 2021 must be submitted by July 30. To apply, visit https://thewaterline.global/twsc21.

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