OUR PROGRAMMES &
Youth Engagement & Motivation Programme
Based in an Activity/Drop-In Centre, BILBY’s Youth Workers and Youth Mentors will meaningfully engage with the youths - participating in conversations, group discussions, workshops, life skills, games and activities. Through these, the youths are encouraged to learn life values, develop their social emotional skills and important life skills.
More than just engaging with the youths, our Youth Workers provide mentoring, basic emotional support, support and guidance to them to help them navigate through difficult transitions in life and to further develop themselves.
Should it be required, intervention and counselling will also be provided to those who may have higher needs.
Our Youth Engagement & Motivation Programme supports GEAR-UP/ASE Programmes.
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Youth Leadership Programme & Community Project
Our leadership programme aims to accomplish the following:
Learn about leadership, teamwork and communication
Project planning and execution
Raise awareness and education of social issues
Through this programme, our youths will learn to identify and highlight social issues that they resonate with, and work towards planning and executing a community project that would benefit a partnering organisation or beneficiary. Through this project, they will learn valuable life skills and values that look to motivate and empower each and every one of them.
Some example of past projects executed by our youths:
Food Donation Drive
Environment Clean Up
Fundraising for a Cause
Youth Support & Well-Being Programme
An one-to-one or group session to help youths cope with the difficulties and struggles of life, or those who are undergoing a difficult or troubling episode.
We provide Youth Mentors, who will meet with the youth on a regular basis, with the purpose of providing psychosocial and emotional support to the youth - focusing on their well-being. A friendly chat over coffee, a meal, or even participate in a simple activity together, our Youth Mentor's role is to serve as a positive figure in which the youth can seek support and guidance from.
This programme is targeted at youths who do not require counselling or intervention (or rejects such services), but will benefit from having someone they can talk to, and who can relate and understand them.