MyHarapah, the youth centric foundation will be having some in-depth discussions on the Economic and Government Transformation Programmes with key experts from PEMANDU. Networking opportunities with various industry leaders and your peers. Up to RM15,000 in grants up for grabs at exclusive pitching sessions. Accommodation and food at the luxurious Palace of the Golden Horses.
If this sounds too good to be true, you ain’t seen nothing yet. They are only but some of attractions available free of charge to participants of the Youth Defined: Shape Our Future workshop, happening on the 10th to the 12th of December.
Be prepared for two and a half days of intellectually-stimulating talks, forums and group sessions designed to discuss in detail selected NKRA/NKEAs and defining what the ETP/GTP mean in the eyes of the country’s most valuable stakeholders: YOU.
This will culminate in the Summit on the final day to report and announce the findings of the project so far as well as presenting the draft of the Youth Action Plan proposal. To add even further icing to the cake, said proposal will be handed to the Prime Minister himself, who will also be attending dinner.
(What the heck is the ETP? Check it out here. )
Date: December 10 – 12, 2011 (Saturday – Monday)
Venue: Palace of the Golden Horses
Fee: Free of charge. Food and accommodation will be provided.
Click here to register: http://bit.ly/ydworkshopreg
(1) Saturday, 10th December
Registration, icebreakers, networking sessions and presentations by subject matter experts on our Economic and Government Transformation Programs. Hear it from the very people who are working behind the scenes at the Performance Management and Delivery Unit (PEMANDU).
Dine with Dato Seri Idris Jala, CEO of PEMANDU, at our welcoming dinner – where he will be answering your burning questions and sharing his thoughts on young people their role in our country’s development. Watch a video of Dato Seri Idris Jala talking about the ETP here http://youtu.be/VzgP1qFvDpY
(2) Sunday, 11th December
In-depth focus groups and discussions on how young Malaysians see their country moving forward and how we would like to contribute to this development.
There will also be two forums touching on the role of the Government and its agencies in this transformation program, and the role of Entry Point Projects in the economic transformation of our country.
(3) Monday, 12th December
Brainstorming for concrete ideas on how young people can move our economy forward – with the opportunity of pitching each project for the myHarapan Youth Action Grants (yes, that’s real money for YOUR ideas!).
Throughout the course of three days, there will be plenty of opportunity to network with participants from around the country and enjoy the good food and great company.
What are you waiting for? Simply click though this link to register http://bit.ly/ydworkshopreg
For further enquiries, please contact the following:
Jeff Adnan | [email protected] | 012-608 7945
Siti Yuhanis bt Kasiron | [email protected] | 017-672 7152
Khairul Azri bin Mohamad Khalid | [email protected] | 012-247 3554