Our programmes aim to help individuals become changemakers and to build social entrepreneurs. Through our programmes, participants are given the opportunity to experience social issues, learn skills that transform them into future-ready leaders, and empower them to become future social entrepreneurs.
A program that depicts economic inequality in both Singapore and Southeast Asia, challenging participants to discover their personal values.
Instill participants with social entrepreneurial skillsets, producing confident, future-ready leaders of character with a heart for the community.
Give participants opportunities to apply learnings through community projects in Singapore or Southeast Asia.
Biannual sessions where experienced individuals are invited to share their experiences with being a change maker in communities.
Community Huddles give participants a chance to meet like-minded people and to gain insights from experts.
Mr Gabriel Tan I-Ren is Founder of Bamboo Builders, an educational social enterprise that nurtures confident leaders to change communities through social entrepreneurship.
With 14 years of experience, Gabriel has led international teams to engage multiple stakeholders in creating systemic change. Gabriel has done both for/non-profit consulting, and was trained in Design Thinking by Tandemic, trusted by UNDP, UNICEF and Microsoft.
A certified trainer by the Ministry of Education and CultureLink Canada on mentoring vulnerable youth, Gabriel was named Singapore’s top 35 inspiring entrepreneurs under the age of 35 by EDGE, and is finalist for the National Youth Entrepreneurship Awards by ACE. Gabriel’s most recent project involves building a vocational training centre for Persons with Disabilities (PwDs).