The CyberCare Story
Youth entrepreneurship is important to address high unemployment.
The Youth Entrepreneurship Programme (YEP) is a 3-month programme that endeavours to instil an entrepreneurial mindset in youth aged 18 and above by equipping them with the required business skills and life skills to be self-sustaining members of society.
Vocational training and competency in soft skills is crucial to increase employability.
The Self-empowering and Transition Employability Programme (‘STEP’) is a 10-week programme created to empower youth aged 16 and above to make informed career-related decisions in preparation for independence adulthood, through exposure to real-world challenges.
Tutor a Refugee Child
Every child should have a right to education but refugee children are not accepted in government schools.
Every week, CyberCare pools together volunteers to teach the children how to read and write, be employable and have a better chance to get relocated.
Change Makers’ Project (CMP)
A joint-collaboration with professional trainers, the Change Makers’ Project (‘CMP’) is designed to help nurture and empower a new generation of trainers to run CyberCare’s programmes.
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Support and mentor the youth to achieve success during our programmes and events.
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