Blossom Youth Development Programme

Calling all YOUTHS with the passion to lead, serve and contribute back to society through voluntary work...come join the Blossom Youth Development Programme for free!

Meant for youths aged 13 – 35, the Programme aims for positive character-building with the right values and to inculcate awareness and empathy in youths for the bigger good of society, beyond personal achievements such as academic success. Guidance and mentorship will be given through the Programme where youths can learn how to organize, run and manage an event; lead a team, hone leadership, social and communication skills to become leaders in their own professions, and become equipped with the know-how to deal with people from diverse backgrounds.


Specifically, the Blossom Youth Development Programme encompasses three different stages - "Outreach”, “Experiential” and “Leadership”.


Blossom Youth Progression

Structure of our Blossom Youth Progression
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Testimonials from youth leaders

Let's have a look at what they say about 2D1N Training Camp - June 2017

An exclusive experience to be inspired and aspire

The course has taught us the roles and their responsibilities, along with explaining exemplary cases and what should we do in those situations which was an eye opener. It also bonded us and a team and all of us understood the different personalities that team members might have
— Ng Zhi Yi, 16 years old, exco member of BWS youth.
Learned about how event management is like on a broader view and how people of different style can complement each other in a team
— Kenneth Lim, 26 years old, exco member of BWS youth
It was really great and new and refreshing to get a new perspective and understanding of our existing peers. Happy to learn something new about myself and others’ impression of me
— Lua Yue Min, 22 years old, exco member of BWS youth.
I learnt about event planning and what the different roles of the committee is in charge of
— Lim Xiu Jian, 23 years old, exco member of BWS youth.

Have questions? Check out our FAQ or email us at youth@blossomworld.sg




What is the journey of a Blossom World Youth Development Programme?

We believe every youth has a potential in them towards a gracious generation that contributes positively to family, society and country. Hence, we aim to build a generation of youths who do not focus solely on personal achievements such as academic success, but possess strength of character with the rights values as well.

Youth may embark their Blossom Youth Development Programme to explore their potential creatively, enhance responsibility, participate in multidisciplinary activities that promote character development, and strength their competencies in community service, leadership, and various sets of skill.

Please refer to more details under Structure of our Blossom Youth Progression.

What are the requirements to join the programme?

Please refer to more details under Structure of our Blossom Youth Progression.

How can Blossom World Youth Development Programme help to complement my non-academic school requirements?

Your contributions and participations in Blossom World Society not only can complement your non-academic requirements in school such as LEAPS 2.0 (CCA system) and National Youth Achievement Award (NYAA), you can also learn useful life skills which would be handy in the future such as working on projects with other people.

Further read on MOE LEAPS 2.0

About NYAA requirements

What you can expect from the Blossom Youth Development Programme?

It is our mission to empower individuals (especially YOUths) with knowledge and skills to lead, and serve. We hope to provide youths a learning platform to enhance your personal skill sets at the same time, building stronger character.

You will be also exposed to our training such as:
• Interpersonal Skills Training
• Interview Skills Training
• Positive Influencing Skills Training (Persuading, Negotiating, Influencing)
• Financial Management Training

Upon completion Stage 3 and above, you will be awarded a Certificate of Acknowledgement. For students who are studying, this programme can also complement your non-academic school requirements (such as NYAA)

What is the commitment level required of volunteers?

As our youth leaders, we hope that our volunteers will be able to commit for a minimum period of three months to one year so one can be exposed to executing project under training and mentorship. However, we also have projects and events which are suitable for people who wish to volunteer on an ad hoc or one-time basis such as fundraising events/ community services etc.

Who conducts the programme?

The courses are conducted by school teachers, doctors, psychologist, entrepreneurs, outward bound trainer and other professionals.

How much must I pay to join?

Membership is absolutely FREE! =)