Melbourne (Chindwin): Australia – ASEAN Emerging Leaders Program (A2ELP) – one of the popular initiatives by the Australian government in connecting with the ASEAN communities, has called for open applications.
The 2022 A2ELP is officially open with the application to be applied in a digital online format, with the ability to establish face-to-face contacts once travel resumes.
Participants will receive expertise from top regional experts, entrepreneurs, governments, community leaders, and businesses, as well as professional photographs of themselves, live writing of their presentations, high-level mentoring, access to the alumni network, and more.
The program objective is to bring together the region’s leading young social entrepreneurs to learn and develop knowledge, skills, and connections to achieve long-term change or goals with lots of support from experts and industry leaders.
This program is designed for three months long, and the applications will be closed on 31 October. The applicants must be social entrepreneurs under 30 years old and commit two nights a week for three months.
Five successful Australian representatives and ten ASEAN representatives (one each from ASEAN countries: Thailand, Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei) will be accepted for the program.
The program will commence on 7 February 2022, and everyone from the 11 countries is encouraged to apply (https://ausaseanleaders.com.au/apply-for-a2elp-2022/).
The Australia-ASEAN Emerging Leaders Program (A2ELP) is an Australian Government initiative and a flagship program for the Australia-ASEAN Council (AAC), curated and run by Social Good Outpost.