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    YSEALI Workshop in Thailand- Fully Funded

    The YSEALI Workshop in Thailand known as YSEALI Smart Cities Regional Workshop are going to be a “Hybrid Program” which combine online session and in-person activities. They compile 50 participants who are between the ages of 20-35 and are registered YSEALI network members from all ASEAN member nations also as Timor-Leste. This workshop aims to reinforce participants’ knowledge of smart cities also on explore the way to involve civil society and little and medium enterprises (SMEs) in smart city development within the region.

    Details of YSEALI Workshop in Thailand

    • Funding: Fully Funded
    • Country: Thailand
    • Deadline: 31st March 2021

    The purpose of “YSEALI Smart Cities Regional Workshop” is to expand participants’ understanding of opportunities and risks of smart cities, also on learn from best practices round the world. the last word aim is to foster a robust network among participants and to encourage greater involvement from young leaders, civil society, and SMEs in smart city development, while increasing capacity of future leaders to develop sustainable solutions to urbanization challenges within the region, using digital and other tools.

    Benefits of YSEALI Workshop in Thailand

    • Round trip economy class air ticket or local transportation from hometown to Bangkok, Thailand;
    • Accommodation during a twin room (shared with YSEALI participants) during the workshop dates;
    • Meals which incorporates breakfast, lunch, and dinner during the workshop;
    • Round trip of transportation from Suvarnabhumi or Don Muang International Airport to the workshop venue;
    • Sim card and insurance during the workshop;
    • No registration and activity fee required

    Eligibility

    Applicants must be:

    • YSEALI Member
    • Ages between 20 – 35 (at the time of application and workshop)
    • Citizen of 1 of the subsequent countries: Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Timor Leste, Vietnam
    • Currently residing in one among the subsequent countries: Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Timor Leste, Vietnam
    • Fluent in written and spoken English
    • Will plan to a minimum of 36 hours of online sessions from the YSEALI Smart Cities Regional Workshop’s agenda;
    • Be ready to participate altogether 4 days of the workshop during October 28-31, 2021, in Bangkok (TBD)
    • Will plan to a minimum of 36 hours of online sessions from the YSEALI Smart Cities Regional Workshop’s agenda;
    • Be ready to participate altogether 4 days of the workshop during October 28-31, 2021, in Bangkok (TBD).
    • The program will start with online activities and sessions from July 20 – October 16, 2021, tentatively followed by an in-person workshop scheduled from October 28-31, 2021.
    • The in-person workshop are going to be confirmed earlier in September 2021, counting on the pandemic situation at the time. Selected participants will got to attend a minimum of 36-hours workshop sessions to become a YSEALI Smart Cities Regional Workshop alumni and a part of the U.S. State Department program’s alumni.
    • Have demonstrable interest and relevant experience, whether through paid employment, volunteer work, or coursework, and who show promise in becoming socially active in effecting change in their home communities. Participants might be urban planners, engineers, policymakers, NGO/community leaders, municipal officials, academics, or other professionals involved in issues like smart growth, deployment of latest technologies, housing, and economic development. Undergraduate and graduate students pursuing fields associated with science, engineering, urban planning, and policymaking also will be considered.

    Application Procedure

    You will be required to finish all mandatory fields below. Please answer in English and pay special attention to specific answer formats. you’ll be required to finish all mandatory fields below:

    • General Information
    • Essay: Digital technologies project essay questions in no quite 250 words/each question Participants are going to be asked to stipulate a project associated with digital technologies that might help improve their communities. These projects could include events or activities that have an immediate positive impact on the built, virtual, or business environments, that seek to enhance policy, practice, and/or public discourse about governance and transparency, the economy, and equitable and sustainable development, which can require support for an extended period of your time to possess valuable societal impact.
    • Introduction Clip: YouTube link of the one-minute self-introduction video

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