TEGAS | EntreCamp 2021
66 Contact Hours
Level 3 Senior High School/JC/Polytechnic
Conducted over 66 hours worth of sessions, cadets from TEGAS experienced our Level 3 Entrepreneurship Bootcamp programme.
The Reactor EntreCamp Asia Virtual Edition was held in Miri (Mar 3-5), Bintulu (Mar 10-12), and Kuching (Mar 17-19) with 3 sessions each and for a total of 66 hours. It was participated by 120 cadets in 28 squads. The programme received mean ratings of over 8 based on the participants' reviews regarding the programme, the trainer, and the likelihood of being recommended to others.
Facilitated by Reactor School that has the aim of cultivating the galaxy’s young founders, the programme has in stored exciting activities that are designed to enhance the skills of the participants. These activities include dividing the participants into teams; building an interactive mobile application, using Discord, Miro, and Thinkific; and creating an amazing presentation.
The cadets enjoyed the entire virtual camp and found it challenging yet it improved their knowledge and skills. Many participants shared positive feedback about the programme and recommended some improvements to make it more inspiring and amazing.
Using Discord, students communicated and completed the assignments completed on Miro and Thinkific, and have shared that these new digital tools have helped them to understand more about being a digital entrepreneur.
Students were tasked to build an interactive mobile application accompanied with a 30s-1min video advertisement of their idea.
What Cadets have accomplished
During the virtual camp, the students were tasked to build an interactive mobile application accompanied with a 30s-1min video advertisement of their idea. The cadets find it both challenging, complicated, and exciting. To assist communication, the students used Discord while the assignments were completed on Miro and Thinkific. These new digital tools were shared with them to help the cadets understand more about the idea of being a digital entrepreneur. The participants are divided into teams and all the teams were tasked to put together an abridge slide deck, which would require them to pre-record their pitches.
Despite the challenges that accompany virtual programs like this such as tech unfamiliarity and poor internet connections, the students were still able to do an amazing presentation for a demo day to showcase what they have done. The knowledge and skills that they gained from the programs could be useful in their future endeavors in utilizing technology for entrepreneurship and other projects that they need to accomplish.
What our Cadets had to say
Jeremiah Ling Kang Ng
“This was one of the most stressful yet fun experiences I have had in a camp. Keep doing what you are doing as you have definitely inspired me!”
Reshyini Nisha Kanan
“Thank you to the facilitators. You guys are so friendly. I really like how you guys help us a lot. You
guys are just very knowledgeable. Thanks for sharing that knowledge you guys have. I love this program.”
“I want to thank all of the mentors who are willing to guide us and teach us during this program. I really appreciate their enthusiasm. Thank you so much for giving me a chance to experience this kind of workshop :)”
“There are a lot of things I learnt because you can see other team's presenting their own ideas as well as the mock up. From there, you can open up your mind.”
Aelwyna Delwynn Felix
“It is a very great amazing programme where you can experience it like no other people who never even like to look up to this programme. Even though it's complicated, it is a fun and amazing programme to like at least once.”
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Written by John Carlo
John is the Digital Marketing & Community Executive at Reactor School.
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