Financed by:

European Recovery Program

TAP-YTL Partner

Transatlantic Program for Young Technology Leaders (TAP-YTL)

The Transatlantic Program for Young Technology Leaders (TAP-YTL) brings promising young professionals and students to Germany to promote knowledge exchange through content-driven encounters and experiences with experts in their field. The biannual program is financially supported by the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy through the European Recovery Program (also known as the Marshall Plan) and operates under the patronage of the German Ambassador to the United States. 

Each TAP-YTL delegation consists of a series of in-depth meetings with leading companies and institutions during an intensive, 8-day delegation trip throughout Germany. Every delegation is unique and strategically tailored to provide exclusive insight into the industry it is exploring. In addition to meetings and presentations with key industry players, each trip includes intercultural communication training and activities that expose participants to various aspects of modern Germany.

In Fall 2014, a new TAP-YTL delegation will explore German Smart Grid & Energy Storage technologies. Applications for the program are accepted on a rolling basis. 

Contact

James Hollis
Manager, Delegations & Energy Projects
Tel.: +1 (312) 644-2662
Email: hollis(at)gaccmidwest.org

 

 

Alumni Impressions

“Through the program, I eventually met my current employer, and am now happily working in the area of green building consulting- and using my German skills more than I ever imagined!” 

Shiva Haghighi
Consultant, Ebert & Baumann

2010 TAP-YTL: Sustainable Architecture & Urban Planning Alumnae

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