Creating young leaders
gain insight into their possible career paths.”
This year’s fellow, Craig Brimhall from the United States, is excited to be in Malaysia to share his knowledge and experience with the participants. He has a master’s degree in education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and is a doctorate student at the University of Utah.
“In Unlocking the Diversity Code, I will share different methods and ways of communicating with a diverse group of people to improve relationships and outcomes,” he says.
“In Building 21st Century Skills, participants will learn to develop and investigate the skills needed to succeed in the new economy, such as collaboration, communication, transform and become more confident and courageous in seizing opportunities and overcoming challenges after they attended the camp.
“SIS believes in the benefits of developing positive leadership attributes as the Canadian school curriculum offered at our school comprises character education and community service programmes as well.”
SIS’s purpose-built and fully Wi-Fi-enabled campus in Bandar Sunway has been the ideal “home away from home” venue for participants of the camp.
SIS is an institution fully owned and governed by the Jeffrey Cheah Foundation. Together with the Centre for Asia Leadership, it is committed to providing youths
The workshops are designed to increase youth’s capacity to lead under pressure and communicate effectively in diverse settings.
with a head start to impact the world in positive ways.
For more information, call 03-7491 8070 or visit sis.sunway.edu.my/ALYCamp.
The Sunway ALY Camp encourages youths to engage in various activities to equip them with skills needed in the current economy.