Students could (until June 26, 2011) apply to become WRF Student Reporter. The reporters will get a training in writing and blogging for the web, have dinner with keynote speakers, attend the conference for free, see the reports they write on the official WRF website and, of course, explore the Swiss mountains and hang out with other conference participants.
Read how the previous WRF student reporters team blogged about the WRF in 2009. Browse through their video interviews, reflections, and comments.
Like this one from Leo Caprez: “That’s why I got really happy this morning when I realized that in front of me, behind me – actually all around me there were only young students. So in this conference the young generation is represented in a promising number “
Read Leo’s full report here: “Not too much grey …”