STEP Sociovation Forum 2019 (thông tin bằng tiếng Anh) Print
Thursday, 13 December 2018 08:07
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Are You:

  • Passionate about DRIVING SOCIAL GOOD?
  • Ready to pledge as an ASEAN CHANGEMAKER?

The “TFI – SUSS STEP Sociovation Forum 2019” is a 5-day fully-funded* residential programme to groom ASEAN youth leaders into changemakers of their home communities and beyond. Get fueled with our lineup of Design Thinking and Leadership workshops, community-based activities and study visits that will leave you better equipped to tackle social challenges that you care about.

Programme Highlights:

      • Discover Singapore’s Hidden & Unseen Communities
      • Dive deep into 1 of these themes: The Ageing Sector, Environmental Sustainability or Diversity & Inclusivity
      • Learn Problem-Solving and Critical-Thinking skills for Social Change
      • Participate in Meaningful Discussions & Hands-on Activities
      • Connect with a vibrant network of young ASEAN Changemakers

Join us for 5 full days (11 – 15 March 2019) of deep learning and exploration. You will be assigned 1 of 3 themes/sub-themes: (1) Environmental Sustainability, (2) Aging Society and (3) Disability Sector, to work in a diverse ASEAN team under the guidance of assigned facilitators.

Apply Now if This is You:

      • Good command of English,
      • Student of a public pre-university institution**,
      • Citizen of an ASEAN country,
      • Displayed passion and/or committed to social good in your country,
      • Interest and passion in any of the three themes is a bonus,
      • Able to commit to the 5 full days of programme (11- 15 March 2019).

Click here to register!

Deadline: 25 December 2018, 23:59

Please write to us at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it if you have any queries. Thank you and we look forward to receiving your applications!

* Travel insurance to be purchased on own accord

** Adult teacher chaperones would be required to accompany selected student participants and fulfil certain roles and responsibilities. Please click here for roles and responsibilities of accompanying teachers. Limited vacancies available.