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Old 02-08-2010, 08:37 PM   #1
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Default The Volunteer Thread

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Have you always been interested in joining a Youth Expedition Project (YEP) but have yet to be involved in one? Do you have the passion and desire to serve? Wanna take up the challenge in 2010 to participate in Project Masyithoh?

Project Masyithoh is an overseas service-learning programme which provides an opportunity for Singaporean youths to contribute to the development of an Islamic kindergarten, Taman Kanak-Kanak Masyithoh, in a village in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

Overseas Expedition: 20th May 2010 – 3rd June 2010
Deadline of application: 12th February 2010

Application forms:

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Old 04-20-2010, 03:04 PM   #2
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Default WORLDview360 @ South West 2010

The WORLDview360 is an initiative by the South West Community Development Council (CDC) to engage youths to think globally and contribute locally, and provide an educational and engaging platform for discussion of topical issues. Since 2004, WORLDview360 has engaged both local and foreign youths on a range of national issues such as education, service and environment.

As part of ongoing efforts to deepen youth participation in the community, the South West CDC is pleased to bring back WORLDview360 @ South West 2010, which will be held from 22 May to 11 June 2010. The WORLDview360 will focus on a key national challenge -- National and Social Integration -- and engage local and international pre-tertiary and tertiary students in an experiential programme to understand three potential divides in Singapore : a) Singaporeans and Non-Singaporeans; b) Successful and Less Successful; c) Race, Religion and Culture.

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Old 04-21-2010, 04:22 AM   #3
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Default Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations (HPAIR) Asia Conference

To college students, faculty members, professors and professionals,

The Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations (HPAIR) organizing team is currently preparing to hold their annual 2010 Asia Conference from August 20-24, 2010, in Singapore.

This is an excellent opportunity for students and professionals interested in the Asia sector. This year, HPAIR delegates will participate in plenaries with renowned and experienced speakers, network with a variety of influential professionals, and explore the Singaporean metropolis.

While you may not be able or interested in attending the Asia Conference yourself, the HPAIR organizing team encourages you to forward this e-mail to any lists or individuals who might benefit from this experience. HPAIR delegates are selected based on merit and suitability for the program, and we wish to extend this opportunity to any and all deserving individuals.

The normal application deadline to be a delegate for this conference is April 28, 2010. We urge you to apply before the deadline, in order to avoid late application charges!

The application, speaker list and further information can be found on our website*:
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Old 04-21-2010, 10:30 AM   #4
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Default Volunteer as a youth mentor - MCYC Community Services Society

MCYC Community Services Society (a full member of the National Council of Social Service, NCSS). is seeking volunteers for the MCYC Youth-for-Youth Mentoring Programme. The volunteers help to befriend, mentor and be a role-model to mentees besides motivate and provide support to mentees. They must be at least 17 years old and enjoy mingling with and mentoring youths. Please bear in mind that volunteers must be able to commit for at least 6 months.

Any queries, please email to [email protected] or call 65622211 / 97270614.
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Old 05-05-2010, 09:45 PM   #5
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Default Y Camp Challenge 2010- Volunteers Needed Urgently

Y Camp Challenge is an outdoor adventure camp for people with special needs. Through the camp, we aim to develop the potentials of both our volunteers as well as our buddies through team-bonding activities, high elements as well as water elements.

It will be held from 9 to 13 june 2010.

Do send in your applications by 15 May 2010. To obtain application form, do email [email protected] or call Mabel at 81396303.

Camp fee is $30.

We are also in need of two videographers.

We look forward to seeing you at Y Camp June!
The Y Camp June 2010 Committee

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Default Caring for Cambodia

Caring for Cambodia is a nonprofit, non-governmental, charitable organization. Our mission is to secure a better, brighter future for the children of Cambodia by providing them with an education

Join us on Tuesday, September 7 to learn about the exciting progress being made at our eight schools in Siem Reap and our plans for the future. Our volunteer committees will be present to introduce you to the many opportunities for you and your family to get involved with CFC. Come to listen. Come to learn. Come to get involved.

We are offering two sessions to better accommodate all who are interested in hearing our story.
Please join us either at 10:00am or 7:00pm.
Tuesday, September 7
Camden Medical Center
1 Orchard Boulevard, #09-08

Please RSVP to [email protected] and let us know which session you plan to attend. Everyone is welcome to attend and we encourage you to bring a friend or colleague. You do not need to be a CFC Member to attend. Memberships and merchandise will be available for purchase.
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Project Click !T is looking for volunteers to Cambodia
7th-19th December 2010

Our beneficiary is Self Help Community Centre (SHCC), a Non Government Organisation that provides a safe environment for over 1000 disadvantaged children and young adults in the Kro Bei Reil Commune, Siem Reap, Cambodia.

-bring in donated second-hand computers from Singapore to Cambodia for the staff and students at SHCC.
-IT lessons will also be conducted throughout our stay there to equip them with sufficient knowledge and skills
-creating environmental awareness and educating them on waste management would be another focus of our project.
-play sports and group games to foster good relationship with the children there and promote team bonding.

The trip will be held from 7th-19th December 2010. Meetings will be conducted prior to the trip. For more information on Project Click !T, feel free to visit our blog here

If you are interested to join or have any enquiries, please drop an email to [email protected].
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Volunteer Opportunities for Water for Life Direct Services Project (from Oct 2010)

The Singapore International Foundation (SIF) is partnering Middletown Rhode Island Rotary Club, U.S.A and Angkor Hospital for Children in a three-year clean-water project in Siem Reap Cambodia. Through the installation of bio-sand water filters in rural households in Dan Run and Dam Diek communes, the project aims to bring clean drinking water to villagers.

Depending on resource availability and needs assessment, volunteers may be involved in one or more of the following activities:

* Installing of the water filters to the designated village households
* Conducting basic health and hygiene education for the villagers

The volunteers must be:

* At least 18 years old and above
* Medically fit for overseas travel involving manual work
* Adaptable and willing to serve in a challenging physical environment
* Able to manage socio-cultural diversity
* Open to sharing and learning
* A team player with good interpersonal skills

For more details:
or e-mail [email protected]
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Old 10-02-2010, 01:12 AM   #9
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Project Sunshine Cambodia 2010

Volunteers wanted for 2 weeks in Cambodia, Phnom Penh to help build 4 toilets, education activities in village school. Activities also include computer lessons, as well as an outing for village teens to go visit Killing Fields and S21 as part of their heritage learning. We are working with a local NGO who put childrights first and eliminate poverty in the villages.

Date: 14-28 December 2010
Venue: Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

Cost is estimated to be about $1000 - $1200 inclusive of return airfare, land transports, all materals, ligistics and meals. However if you are age between 17-35 and a first time YEP volunteer, a grant of 50% would be applicable.
Volunteers must also take part in team bonding session before the trip and attend all required briefings.

Please email your interest to : [email protected] so that a details itinerary and application form would be provided to you.
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