Kelantan: YSEALI 2-Day Boot Camp | Rebuilding Inclusive Societies Through Technology |

  • Physical | Program
  • Kota Bharu, Malaysia

Themes & Topics

Social Impact

Human Rights, SDGs, Civic Engagement

About the Experience

Duration: 8 hours

No prior experience required

Up To 100 Learners
Languages: English, Malay


Are you ready to become a social innovator? Join us at our Boot Camp on November 6 & 7, 2022. We are looking for talented pioneers from all over Malaysia to spark fresh ideas and drive innovation through civic engagement. With booming and technologically-advanced cities and culturally diverse people, Malaysia has quickly become a captivating hub for innovation, ideas, and opportunities. As communities continue to adjust to the new normal post-COVID, we turn to you, our changemakers, to leverage your diverse heritage and perspectives, to empower societies to drive social innovation and community development. Promote change for a brighter future by advocating for the challenges that affect your communities. The YSEALI Boot Camp platform is devoted to aspiring leaders like YOU to ideate and accelerate relevant causes within your community through Civic Engagement. Watch this space, we will be coming to your location soon! Brought to you by the U.S Embassy.


How to prepare

Learners should prepare to work cooperatively with their team to think outside the box solutions for problems that need a huge social impact. No materials are needed by the learners but they are suggested to bring their best solutions. Learners should also be prepared to bring their electronic devices for the activities planned. Program Eligibility: 1. Candidates nominated for this program must be A YSEALI member – if you are not a YSEALI member yet, you may register and become a member at 2. Malaysian Citizens 3. Boot Camp teams must consist of a minimum of three and a maximum of four members. 4. Candidates must be between 18-35 years at the time of the application. 5. Demonstrate strong leadership qualities, interest, knowledge, or professional experience in the areas of Civic Engagement. 6. Individuals from underserved communities, including indigenous groups, women, and people with disabilities, are highly encouraged to apply.