242 encourages promising and innovative projects
The Hubert Tuor Foundation (HTF) supports projects and people who have projects. That is why it has created the 242 programme (2day 4 2morrow). Inspired by the desire to encourage promising and innovative projects to make our world a better place, the HTF works directly with young people who need immediate support to deliver a specific project. In this way, it contributes to the development of the potential of talented young people who will be the leaders and decision-makers of the future. As part of its mission, the HTF aims to provide a collaborative environment and support discussion and exchange of experience between the students, and for them to take time to help other members of the community.
Its support is available to all who need financial assistance to develop and deliver their project, whether they are still students or already in their first years of work. The project should be in line with the HTF’s objectives as a foundation, i.e. be linked to the fields of medicine, science or technology.
Awards take the form of financial assistance, the amount of which is discussed case by case. They may cover the whole amount applied for or may cover the costs of a specific part of the project.
WHO IS IT FOR?
If you are full of initiative, if you naturally wish to help others, if, like the HTF, you want to make a better world for the future, then you have all it takes to become a 242 member! 242 projects are created through a meeting, a sharing of ideas, a “match” between a student and the HTF, in a spirit of collaboration and cooperation. Support for proactive, curious and enthusiastic young people is part of the HTF’s philosophy. The Foundation aims to encourage initiatives by those who are willing to commit themselves in order to achieve success.
The HTF has a range of grants programmes, available to all those who need financial support to develop and deliver their project.
The project should be in line with the HTF’s objectives as a foundation, i.e. be linked to the fields of medicine, science or technology. The grants are awarded for the purpose of supporting the costs of fees and maintenance at a university or other higher education institution (Haute École):
- To university students on Master’s degree courses.
- To students taking a science, technology or medical course.
- To curious, enthusiastic and proactive students.
- To students who are willing to commit themselves to make a better world for the future and to encourage change.
- To students who share the HTF’s philosophy.