“Each of us has a spark of life inside us, and our highest endeavor ought to be to set off that spark in one another.”
– Kenny Ausubel

SPARK a REVOLUTION of  youth leadership with the burning desire to make a difference! Create a legacy of  unlimited creativity, innovation and a passion to serve.  Join the Summer Camp 2014!

According to the Global Youth Wellbeing Index as released by the US-based think tank Center for Strategic and International Studies, the International Youth Fellowship and the Hilton Worldwide, the Filipino youth are considered worse off as compared with their counterpart “lower – middle income countries” such as Vietnam, Indonesia, Morroco and Ghana. Out of the 30 countries representing income and regional diversity (where nearly 70 % of the world’s youth population aged (10 to 24) are located), the Philippines ranked 22nd in the over-all tally.

With less than a year counting for the conclusion and the evaluation of the eight international development goals specified in the Millennium Development Goals set forth by the United Nations in 2000, the need to provide an effective and more holistic, comprehensive and multi-stakeholder approach in addressing the Filipino youth issues and concerns must be given priority. These initiatives must be felt across the country tapping out those youth leading and are present in the grass roots level.

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In an effort to invest in the Filipino youth, the Samahan ng mga Pilipina para sa Reporma at Kaunlaran Inc. (SPARK! Philippines) and the Philippine – Leadership and Empowerment Alliance for Development Inc. (PH-LEAD Inc.) with sponsorship from the J. Amado Araneta Foundation are conducting the Summer Leadership Camp – a program dedicated in uplifting the leadership quality of the Filipino youth in an aim to equip them with proper Filipino leadership values. This camp aims to enable, engage and empower more young Filipino leaders helping hand in hand and train them to be effective agents of change in their respective communities.

The Summer Leadership Camp is a three – day leadership camp that aims to develop the leadership values of the participants through plenary sessions, workshops and team-building activities Also the camp will help the participants to unleash their Filipino leadership value bounded by the principles of being “makabayan, makatao at makakalikasan.”

The Camp will train these Filipino youth leaders to be an emerging leader enhancing their leadership skills and expose them to the best practices shown by the notable and high calibre speakers in various fields such as government, media arts, social entrepreneurship, sports and recreations, health, religion and spirituality.

SPARK! Philippines and PH-LEAD Inc. believe that the leadership paradigm designed and prepared for the chosen batch of youth leaders are great venues to inspire and get inspired, share ideas and feelings, build long lasting friendship and create great impact for the empowerment of the society as a whole.

Summer Leadership Camp Delegate

1558440_10203232265987907_778615488_n The Summer Leadership Camp will invite participants who are:

  • Filipino Citizen, bonafide resident of any provinces across the country
  • 18-30 years old of age at the date of the camp
  • Proven track record in Leadership
  • Model of integrity, discipline and excellence
  • Good communication skills
  • Not convicted of any crime or subjected to disciplinary action

All Expenses relating to the actual camp such as Accommodation, Food and actual Training will be covered.The Camp will be held on May 23-25. Venue will be in Luzon with the exact location to be announced in the next days.

For those who are interested, please fill up the two forms below:

YLP 2014 – Application Form 02-2014 – Leadership Positions and Essay

YLP 2014 – Application Form 01-2014 – Personal Details

You may send your applications to sparkphilippines2013@gmail.com.

Be the change you want to see in the Philippines! Join the Summer Camp!

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