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Young Social Entrepreneurs (YSE)


Applications for YSE 2017 is now CLOSED. Thank you for your interest. YSE 2018 applications will open in the last quarter of 2017. If you are interested in joining the programme, please indicate your interest in the form here and we will contact you once applications are open.
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The YSE programme seeks to inspire, equip and enable youth of different nationalities to embark on social enterprises (SEs) in Singapore and beyond. If you have a social enterprise idea, we want to help you make it happen!
Through the YSE programme, participants will learn from and interact with leading social entrepreneurs, business professionals and other youth who are keen on social innovation, while expanding their networks for potential collaborations for good. The YSE programme includes a 4-day workshop in Singapore, mentorship scheme; overseas study visit and an opportunity to pitch for funding. All admitted YSEs will be able to join our network, and engage in alumni activities throughout the year.

YSE 2018 Eligibility Criteria
We welcome passionate young changemakers and entrepreneurs of any nationality who have innovative business ideas that address a social need. Join if you:
•    Have a viable business proposition that addresses a social issue
•    Are committed to develop your social enterprise
•    Have a committed team of up to 3 members or as an individual
•    Are between 18 to 30 years old (open to all nationalities)


12 August 2017
YSE Workshop, Kuala Lumpur 2017

From 18 to 20 July 2017, the SIF’s YSE Workshop | Kuala Lumpur 2017 saw 36 Malaysian youths representing 15 social enterprise teams go through an intensive programme itinerary where they were equipped with social entrepreneurial knowhow and...

16 February 2017
Citizen Ambassadors

Meet some of our Citizen Ambassadors who make friends for a better world and inspire others to do the same. Without them, we would not be able to do what we do. We celebrate their work and how they connect for change.

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