PRIMARY AND SECONDARY
DFG Youth Competition
Students will learn more about social issues as well as how to apply their creative thinking and problem-solving skills through design and visual communication.
Competition is open for Primary and Secondary School Students
We encourage students to use their creativity, arts, and design to address a social cause given by a local NGO.
TEACHER OF PAST PARTICIPANTS OF
DFG YOUTH COMPETITION
I will definitely support your organisation for coming up with such meaningful and value added events. My students and I have learned so much during the prize ceremony.
Methodist Girls School
The 5 winning teams will receive prizes, award certificates and Social Enterprise Mentorship Program by MTC. On top of that, their campaign ideas may be adopted and implemented by the NGO with credit given to the winning teams.
Complementary 2 hours
Digital Arts and Cyberwellness Workshop for your students
Our Workshop in the News
SINGAPORE — At this digital arts workshop, there are no crayons and paper. Instead, participants create drawings on iPads, and also pick up media literacy skills along the way. The Digital Arts for All workshop, run by social enterprise Make The Change, aims to expose participants, including seniors and people with disabilities, to technology. At the same time, youth facilitators teach them how to fact-check news they receive on messaging applications and where to search for credible information.
Read more at TODAY ONLINE
Award Ceremony & Winners Internship
Students are encouraged to submit on an individual basis or team of 3 (maximum).
There is no fee required for registration and participation in the competition.
Please print the submission label at http://bit.ly/dfgform and submit (with all required fields completed) together with your deliverable before or by the deadline.
Past Competition Highlights
TEACHER OF PARTICIPANTS OF
DFG YOUTH COMPETITION
Thank you once again for giving my students and I the opportunity to be part of this amazing experience where my students have the chance to practice their creativity and make their learning more meaningful. They get to learn valuable life experiences and contribute.