Published on 02 Apr 2021

Chance for youth to tackle real-life issues

The Straits Times, page B5 -

Youth with a passion for entrepreneurship and desire to tackle problems in the community will be able to attend a free six-week intensive programme where they learn to develop solutions to real-life problems with guidance from industry experts. The Campfire programme targets youth aged 18 to 35 who are keen on entrepreneurship, design innovation, social enterprise, volunteerism and creative storytelling. Ms Debra Soh, 20, a first-year communications student at NTU participating in the programme, said: “I hope to gain relevant skills for my major and working life, such as hard skills like how to plan a project, pitch it, and see something transform from a brainchild into something concrete.