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Youth Science Ambassador Programme

As part of Science Centre Singapore’s commitment to the Youth Science Movement, a programme called Youth Science Ambassador Programme is launched in 2019 and will be offered to deserving youths.

Under the programme, students will be trained and mentored to work on a community project. Here is a sample of the training schedule:

3 4
Orientation and Team Bonding
Hari Raya Puasa
Experiential Learning
Experiential Learning
8 9
Project Work
Science Camp
Science Camp
Science Camp
14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
Interacting with the Community
Interacting with the Community
Interacting with the Community
Interacting with the Community
Interacting with the Community
Science Carnival

About Youth Science Ambassador Programme

The initial training and development take place in the Science Centre. Students will be mentored through a series of programme that includes:

  • Project research skills
  • Techniques for oral presentation and science communication.

The programme culminates in a project presentation. After which, students will apply their skills outside Science Centre Singapore, and into homes, schools and community spaces in Singapore, where the public will be invited to listen. The youth ambassadors are expected to use their skills back on school or in community programmes.

Benefits of enrolment

Through the programme, the youth ambassadors will develop and grow the following skills and values:

  1. Increasing their interest and knowledge in a variety of STEM topics.
  2. Ability to interact effectively and communicate science concepts to a range of visitors.
  3. Ability to take an inclusive, welcoming approach and develop relevant social skills.
  4. Sharing their passion for science.
  5. Being positive role models for their peers and younger students in your school.

Selection of youths

Youth should be selected based on the following criteria:

  • 14 years and above
  • Motivated to learn and try new things
  • Responsible for self and others
  • Passionate and generous about sharing
  • Able to commit at least 50 hours of service
  • Able to attend the above training and mentoring sessions

Contact Details:

For further enquiries, please contact:

Programme Coordinator at

We would like to thank the Temasek Foundation for sponsoring the training programme.

The Youth Science Ambassador Programme is made possible by the Tay Eng Soon Endowment supported by Temasek Foundation. The Tay Eng Soon Endowment focuses on the advancement of science, by enhancing knowledge and developing skills in various fields, including science and technology, and mathematics. The endowment is a tribute to one of the pioneer leaders of Singapore, Dr Tay Eng Soon, who shaped our science and technical education system, in the early years of industrialisation in Singapore.


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