Circular Cities Fellows Program 2024-2025

The Planetary Regeneration Lab is excited to introduce the Circular Cities Fellows Program, an initiative designed for passionate graduate students and forward-thinking professionals. This program aims to cultivate a new generation of leaders who are dedicated to transforming urban environments through circular economy principles.

About the Program

The Circular Economy Cities Fellows Program is a comprehensive, hands-on fellowship that equips participants with the knowledge, skills, and networks needed to implement sustainable, circular solutions in urban settings. Through a blend of academic learning, practical experience, and professional development, fellows will explore ways to reduce waste, optimize resources, and create regenerative systems in cities.

Why Join?

Program Structure

1. Academic Modules

Engage with a series of academic modules that cover key concepts in circular economy, urban planning, sustainable design, and environmental policy. Modules are delivered by esteemed faculty and industry experts, providing a solid theoretical foundation.

2. Practical Experience

Work on live projects in collaboration with our partner cities. Fellows will be placed in multidisciplinary teams to tackle specific urban challenges, developing innovative solutions that demonstrate the principles of a circular economy.

3. Professional Development

Participate in workshops, seminars, and networking events designed to enhance your professional skills. Topics include project management, leadership, strategic thinking, and effective communication.

Who Should Apply?

The Circular Economy Cities Fellows Program is ideal for:

How to Apply

Applications are now open for the upcoming cohort. To apply, please submit the following:

Application Deadline

All application materials must be submitted by September 30, 2024. Selected candidates will be notified by October 30, 2024.

Contact Us

For more information about the Circular Economy Cities Fellows Program, please contact us at: