Welcome to IYC 2020!
Do you want to join two weeks full of adventure, new friendships, hiking, learning about new cultures and many more experiences? Take a look around on this website to find more information about IYC 2020.
The destination of IYC 2020 is the beautiful Estonia! Stay tuned for further details!! Follow also our Facebook page and our Instagram.
If you would like to find out about the previous camps from a more personal perspective, click here to read participants’ articles about IYC. To read more about the organisation of IYC visit our about page.
Do you want to join this years’ adventure? Apply on this website via the registration form.
Everybody is welcome on IYC, so don’t hesitate to apply! We welcome youth aged between 17 – 24 from all over the world. The language of the camp is English but if you don´t speak much before you join IYC, you will by the time you leave. IYC has a first come first served placement system, with a maximum of 25 places per nationality to guarantee the mix of different nationalities.
If you have any question about the application, please don’t hesitate to email our secretary (email@example.com). And keep an eye on the website and Facebook page to stay updated!
The hike is one of the most important parts of the IYC. It takes place right at the beginning of the camp, where you will hike for several days with a small group of people. The hike is a possibility to push yourself physically and mentally and the group spirit accompanies you through the highs and keeps you going through the lows. You leave the campsite with a group of strangers and return home with a group of friends! Read more.
Every year a theme accompanies us through the camp. It guides our discussions and leads to a deeper understanding of ourselves and the world around us. Many a nights are spent around the campfire to discuss the moral, ethical, economical and personal aspects of the theme. But the theme can also come back in forms of practical exercises, places around the campsite or in the daily open stage or in the daily soap! Read more.
During the camp you can pick a workshop, here you can challenge yourself and develop new skills and talents. Previous workshops have included: theatre, cooking, sports, land art, music, circus, photography, and many more. Next to this, there are twice alternative workshops hosted by participants and staff. This means that anyone can come up with a one-day workshop, sharing your talents or ideas with others. Read more.