The Youth Development Agency of the Ministry of Education offered 67 local practice opportunities through 25 groups of "learning youth gathering spots" (學習性青聚點) in order to promote youth involvement in civic affairs and help them gain regional revitalization experience. Each youth will get a practical bonus of NT$20,000 during their one-month stay in addition to instruction from a qualified instructor, allowing them to participate in community activities without concern.
The Ministry of Education's "Learning Youth Gathering Point" cultivates youths to return to hometowns to create new opportunities.Photo reproduced from Youth Development Agency of the Ministry of Education
Through a variety of lectures, visits and conversations, exchanges of personal experiences from the local area, group activities, and other activities, the practice (蹲點實作) will encourage young people to consider how to solve issues and use resources. Finally, incorporate everything they've learned and work independently to finish a project that will advance the culture or welfare of the community.
One of the cooperation units put into place this year is "Khuôn viên văn hoá Vit Nam," (越在嘉文化棧) as an example. The practice (蹲點實作) youngsters will become young activists with service and recording skills thanks to training in video production, editing, and interviewing. The practice's content will be based on the theme of the second generation of new immigrants and the culture of migrant workers, and through on-location research and actual visits, text or video works will be produced. Social care will then be provided through video, text, and sound from a distinct perspective.
The Ministry of Education's "Learning Youth Gathering Point" cultivates youths to return to hometowns to create new opportunities.Photo provided by Ministry of Education
The Youth Development Agency claims that during the internship, the young people left their daily lives behind and entered the community, where they discovered that caring about social concerns goes beyond the computer. They may develop new concepts with the area they grew up on as long as they begin to act. Young individuals between the ages of 18 and 35 who care about their community, have ambitions, and ideas are encouraged to join up on the website to register, and choose courses based on where they live and what interests them.