Mark your calendars!
12 runs from March to December 2017
Designed for students interested in business, tech and startups, EntreCamp equips participants with the relevant knowledge to help kick start their entrepreneurial journey.
EntreCamp is a 3-day non-residential entrepreneurship camp. Our daily schedule runs from 9am to 5:30pm for 3 days. Students are encouraged to invite family and friends to watch their final presentation on Day 3 of each run. Each student can bring up to 4 guests.
The venue for each run might differ, and updates will be issued accordingly. For more information, feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
RPN Meetup: How to Equip My Child with Skills for a Tech-Centric Future
19 March 2017, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
In this upcoming meetup, we'll be looking at the theme "Preparing My Child for 2027". What knowledge, skills and attitudes would the next generation have to learn, and what can I do as a parent to nurture my child's interest in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics (STEAM)?
We'll start off with a short sharing on how the economy of the future is going to be like when a wave of disruption hits traditional businesses. We'll then hear from a panel of parents on what they are currently doing to prepare their kids for the new economy.
Finally, we'll hear from some of our very own young CEOs, who will pitch their start-up and social enterprise ideas, before taking a break to chit-chat over tea.
Come join us for 2 hours on a beautiful Sunday afternoon, and meet other parents of young entrepreneurs as well!
DIGITEC Conference O2017
26 & 27 April 2017, 09:00AM to 05:00PM
Innovation is an extremely important component as we seek to renew the way we understand the global economy and social landscape. With education at the very core of influencing generations to come, DIGITEC is designed as a conference to bridge the gap between keeping up with technological advances and the innovative uses of technologies to ensure we are tapping into the benefits of technology.
The full fee can be covered with SkillsFuture and a top-up with government subsidy for self-funding individuals.
F&B Tech Hackathon 2017 by Restaurant Association of Singapore (RAS)
8 & 9 May 2017, 09:00AM to 06:00PM (Stayover optional)
The F&B Tech Hackathon 2017 is organized with an objective to introduce youths to the F&B industry. Hackathons are specially designed to embrace diversity, creating a conducive environment for learning and exploration. We strongly encourage students with an interest in F&B establishments, or curious about technology, to participate in this event.
Lee Kuan Yew Global Business Plan Competition
Receiving applications through 16 June 2017.
Finalists will be announced on 14 July 2017.
Acceleration program for finalists from 11 to 15 September 2017.
The finals, including an awards presentation, will be held on 15 September 2017.
This year, the competition welcomes students to propose Smart City Innovations in the areas of Health, Living, Mobility and Services.
During the competition week of 11 September 2017, shortlisted teams for the finals will be invited to visit Singapore on an all-expenses paid trip. These teams will participate in intensive startup workshops, attend events featuring prominent entrepreneurs and venture capitalists in Asia, have direct access to acclaimed mentors and visit key innovation hotspots in Singapore. Winners of the competition stand to receive up to S$1 million cash, investment and in-kind prizes.
Mark your calendars!
Leverage with DevHse
16 March 2017, 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM
Calling for aspiring entrepreneurs and start-ups: Win the competition and get your app built for free by DevHse. Join us on the 16 March as we reveal the details on how you can excel this competition!
Visit us on Facebook as we update important information that you will need to know: https://www.facebook.com/devhse/
22nd March 2017, 07:00PM - Lean Startup Workshop by Lithan Academy
Turning your startup dreams into reality is tricky if not downright confusing to many of us. The ability balance all stakeholders and business factors as well as identify the true path to success can be learnt.
Specially arranged in collaboration with Tribe and DevHse, each team regardless of size may sign-up for the promotional fee of $50.
REN Meetup Feb'17: Teaching Prototyping via Experiential Learning
15 February 2017, 3pm to 5pm, Nanyang Girls' High School
In this month's REN Meetup, we cover the fundamentals of teaching prototyping. Learn more about the 4th step in the Design Thinking (DT) process (based on the Stanford D-School Methodology), and how DT can be effectively applied to the classroom.
EntreCamp Preview Day
12 February 2017, 10am to 12pm or 11am to 1pm, Raffles Institution
EntreCamp is a 3-day non-residential camp for aspiring student entrepreneurs interested in technology, start-ups and social enterprise. A skills-based and experiential camp, students will be brought through a series of hands-on activities to turn their ideas into projects, and their projects into companies.
What to Expect at the Preview Day:
Sharing about the importance of entrepreneurial education
Sharing by our Head Trainer on Reactor's methodology and programme outline for EntreCamp
Sharing by Reactor's Alumni on their EntreCamp experience
Exclusive networking session with like-minded parents
DBS presents: *SCAPE #SOIMPACT Bootcamp powered by UNFRAMED
Applications open till 31 January 2017
For true social changemakers, no idea is too little. With the power of community, small ideas can turn into real change.
Join a vibrant community of like-minded changemakers when you sign up for #SOIMPACT Bootcamp and get support from industry professionals! Our proven curriculum, practical hands-on workshops, 1-to-1 coaching and cross-sector networking will equip you with the critical skills, right mindset and solid resources you need to turn your ideas into action in just 3 weeks.
At the end of the bootcamp, pitch to stand a chance to receive up to $10,000 seed fund and opportunity to access additional grant to launch your social impact initiative.
Youth Corp's Singapore's - Hack for Good - 3rd Edition!
Registration Closing date: 9th Feb
Co-organised by ChangeBug, Hack for Good is Youth Corps Singapore's social innovation hackathon that aims to inspire innovative solutions to help address challenging issues in the community. Partnering us this year is the Young ChangeMakers’s Open Lab series which will bring you through the motion of putting your ideas to the test as you pitch, receive seed funding and incubate your solution to achieve greater impact!
Come participate in the 1.5 day and unleash your potential to take action in the community and what's more is that you can gather potential funding of $3,000 at the end of the event!
SMU Youth Innovation Challenge 2017
10 February 2017
The Youth Innovation Challenge is organised by SMU's Institute of Innovation & Entrepreneurship, specially for Secondary School, Centralised Institute, Junior College and ITE students in Singapore. The competition serves as a platform for entrepreneurs of tomorrow. Students will be able to showcase their ideas, business plans and entrepreneurial talents, attract seed funding to further their business ambitions as well as extend their network of friends and business contacts through the competition.
Participants stand to win more than S$20,000 in cash prizes. More importantly, you're given an opportunity to harness your entrepreneurial spirit and showcase your creativity. This could be the first step to living out your dream.
Ground-Up Troopers 2.0
Applications open till mid February 2017
GUTS 2.0 is a 20-week, intensive FULL-TIME Grounded Leadership Programme, happening from Apr to Aug 2017. Hosted at the rustic, sustainability-driven Kampung Kampus, this Fellowship programme consists of a grounding in the GUI leadership philosophy of the Thinker, Warrior and Farmer, an internship at a local start-up and the execution of a community-based project. This programme is geared toward honing resilient SG100 leaders. This Fellowship is capped at 20 Apprentices. Registration closes early February 2017.
For more information, download the PDF here.