The Esports Youth Programme aims to inspire and immerse the youths in the world of esports.
Twenty slots for the Esports Youth Programme have been opened to the public by the National Youth Council (NYC) due to overwhelming requests.
Only those between 17 years old and 25 years old can apply.
The programme was initially open to 100 students from Nanyang Polytechnic, Republic Polytechnic, the Institute of Technical Education (ITE) and other selected organisations.
Applicants will have the chance to attend workshops and have meaningful discussions with industry leaders and top content creators from Dec 17 to Dec 19.
A selected group will even be offered internships with GosuGamers, Global Sports Innovation Center (GSIC), IMG, Refract and Singapore Esports Association (SGEA), where they will develop skills to work in the esports industry.
Students from Nanyang Polytechnic, Republic Polytechnic or ITE colleges can apply for this programme via your schools.
If you’re not from the schools stated above, click here to register. The closing date to submit your applications will be Oct 29.
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