Participants can share their knowledge and solve community-based problems for clients during the programme.
Have you always thought of making a change in society — be it through volunteering, social enterprise, or entrepreneurship?
The Campfire initiative, a partnership between the National Youth Council, *SCAPE and Tribal Worldwide Singapore, aims to help you kickstart your journey in those areas.
The programme aims to create opportunities for youths to develop real-world experience in areas such as entrepreneurship, design innovation, social enterprise, volunteerism, and creative storytelling.
Starting on 1 Apr, the programme will kick off with two weeks of accelerated learning, consisting of live lectures at *SCAPE and remote learning sessions online.
After that, participants will challenge their creative solutioning skills as they work out community-based problems for clients in real-time. A total of six mentorship sessions, two held every week, will be provided to guide participants along the way.
Selected proposals will be chosen for execution at the end of the programme. Participants may get the opportunity to bring their creative ideas to life and obtain experience in forming ideas for the community.
Participants will also receive guidance under their industry mentors from Tribal Worldwide and Braintrust Advisors.
The panel consists of accomplished business owners and social entrepreneurs including The Social Kitchen co-founder Mr Alvin Yapp, and director of Afterglow Concepts Ms Carmen Low.
This programme is free and open to all Singaporean and Permanent Resident youths between 18 to 35 years old.
Participants are welcomed to join the programme as part of their school internships. Those who enrolled as interns will get to continue working at Tribal Worldwide Singapore after the programme to fulfil the credit requirements needed for their internship.
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