YSEALI SEA Camp by U.S. Embassy – in Bohol, March 19-26, 2018
The YSEALI SEA Camp is a U.S. Embassy initiative to promote ocean conservation and youth leadership. The program will bring together 30 youth leaders, ages 18-23, from March 19-26, 2018. All expenses (e.g., transportation, accommodations, and materials) will be covered by the project.
The 2018 YSEALI SEA Camp-Bohol seeks civic-minded, environmentally-passionate youth leaders to create and implement solutions that address environmental sustainability issues in the region. The application is open to residents of all 10 Southeast Asian countries: Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
Applicants from all academic and social backgrounds are encouraged to apply (e.g., communications, arts, social science, natural sciences, engineering, public health, law, etc.). They must exhibit a track record of leadership, volunteerism, and participation in socio-civic activities. A leadership role in environmental projects or organizations is preferred but not necessary.
All YSEALI SEA Camp applicants must:
- Be 18-23 years old during the SEA Camp
- Be able to attend the full duration of the SEA Camp independent of a parent/guardian
- Have a strong interest in conservation, environmental sustainability, volunteerism, and advocacy
- Be a member of YSEALI. Registration is immediate and free.
- Must be a citizen of any of the 10 Southeast Asian countries
For any questions or concerns, please read the FAQs before sending an email or message on Facebook. Questions and issues addressed in the FAQs and eligibility will not be answered via email or social media channels.
For any queries about 2018 SEA Camp Bohol, please send them to email@example.com.