- Individual counselling room
- Family counselling room
- Multi-purpose room
- Multimedia entertainment system
- Electronic and board games
- Foosball table
- Internet kiosk
The Life Skills & Personal Development is aimed at equipping secondary school students with useful life skills through various interactive workshops and camps so that they are motivated to excel with a much higher level of self-esteem and confidence.
The workshop is open to children and youths aged between 11 and 17, who are referred by their school.
In 2011, Young AMP launched Windows on Work (WOW) to provide post-secondary students with a platform to learn valuable soft skills and entrepreneurship. Participants undergo useful training sessions like personality profiling, CV writing, personal grooming, effective communication, as well as project presentation skills. In 2021, participants were introduced to adulting issues such as learning about their CPF and an introduction to financial literacy.
In a collaboration with Jurong Pioneer Junior College and Madrasah Wak Tanjong Al-Islamiah, a group of students are also selected to be exposed to career developmental skills in both formal and informal creative settings through a job shadowing component. In 2016, the first phase of the programme was extended to members of the public, where participants can interact and exchange insights with industry experts through sharing sessions.
For the first phase of the programme (training sessions), Windows on Work is open to all who are interested.
For the second phase of the programme (job shadowing), Windows on Work is open to post-secondary students aged between 17 and 21.
The Youth Enrichment Programme (YEP) is a mentoring programme specifically designed for upper primary and secondary school students to enrich their development through a positive and holistic approach.
The programme also incorporates the Youth-in-Action (YIA) Plus Programme, an enrichment programme commissioned by the Community Leaders’ Forum (CLF).
Students in the programme are tutored in English and Mathematics, and participate in enrichment activities aimed at their overall personal and character development.
The programme hopes to prevent youths with high-level needs from leaving school prematurely and encourage them to widen their horizons.
The YEP also consists of two components:
Interested individuals who are keen to volunteer as a Mentor in this programme can register here.
The Youth Enrichment Programme is open to youths, who meet the following eligibility criteria:
For MOE FAS Applicants
For Non-MOE FAS Applicants
In 2011, AMP launched its first youth hub located at Jurong Point Shopping Centre, which was driven by the increasing demand for youth services in the western part of Singapore.
The youth hub is a safe haven for youths to drop by and spend their time meaningfully engaged in various activities and programmes such as special interest groups, mentoring and group work.
Facilities available at AMP @ Jurong Point
The youth hub welcomes all youths aged between 10 and 20 to participate in the activities at the centre or to utilise the facilities there for revision work or studying.
Member of the public can also drop by the hub to enquire more about the programmes and services provided by AMP.