Aerodyne and Federation of Malaysian State Skills Development Centre Work Together on National Talent Initiative
Expected to hit 2k youths in 2 years, first batch of 200 trainees across five states Developing young talent equipped with knowledge and capabilities are critical
List the two least important skills as maths & science and data analytics Believe internships either equally important or more so than school education
Microsoft has awarded a US$65K grant to Malaysia’s Yayasan Generasi Gemilang, one of over 100 nonprofit organisations in 55 countries that were awarded such grants by Microsoft Philanthropies.
The IDA, in partnership with the National Library Board, has launched its third IDA Labs facility, part of a programme to develop the next generation of technology talent.
The next generation to enter the workforce will be entrepreneurial, hyper-connected, and impatient for success, representing a challenge for companies looking to hire in the next decade, according to a study commissioned by INTI.
StartupMalaysia.org has officially announced the Asean edition of its Global Startup Youth (GSY) event, aiming to bring 300 young leaders and aspiring entrepreneurs from the 10 Asean countries to come together for three days to work on some of the problems that are unique to the region.
Jacob Laukaitis, who participated in the GSY event in 2013, makes a case for why the success of such events cannot be measured by mere numbers.
A discussion with Infocomm Investment head Alex Lin about entrepreneurial inclinations in youth got Gabey Goh thinking about what it takes to be a startup employee.
About four months after taking on the role, MaGIC CEO Cheryl Yeoh sits down with DNA to talk about the agency’s plans and programmes to boost entrepreneurship in the country. First, however, she faces up to some criticism, writes A. Asohan in this first of two parts.
One in three Singaporean teens have had experience with cyberbullying. Of this number, 61% have witnessed cyber-bullying of others, one in three have ‘cyberbullied’ others (29%); or have been cyberbullied themselves (28%), according to a McAfee study.