Apply: The Young Leaders Council Project D’ACE Boot-Camp 2019

Project Dace

Critical Leadership for National development cannot be imported and therefore has to be developed locally. The Young Leaders Council (TYLC) in partnership with Peace-First is organizing a 3-Day Boot-camp for students in Universities and Higher Institutions across Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria. The Project tagged Project D’ACE is a Leadership and active citizenship boot-camp designed to increase the level and awareness for quality leadership presently obtainable in higher institutions.

Project D’ACE would inspire, inform and equip selected participants with the leadership skills needed to produce a quintessential graduate ready to take on bigger responsibilities in the society and lead lives worthy of emulation by their peers locally and globally. Participants would be taken through sessions on Emotional Intelligence, 21st Century Leadership, Active Citizenship, Sustainable Development goals, Volunteering, Effective Communication, career mapping, Community development, building an effective brand among many others.

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By the end of the Boot camp participants will

  • Have a deep understanding of What essentially Leadership is.
  • Be confident to lend their voices to the cause of National and community development.
  • Understand how to demonstrate leadership towards solving collective problems and challenges.
  • Understand how to effectively plan their careers and make advantageous life choices.
  • Become part of a community of young change makers and professionals.
  • Receive a certificate of participation in the project and training.

To Apply

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Important Dates

Application deadline: 30th November, 2019

Selected applicants notified: 7th December 2019


  • Students must be between the ages of 16 and 30 on or before the application deadline.
  • Are Nigerian citizens who are admitted into higher institutions in Ibadan, Oyo State.
  • Are able to undergo a 3-day non-residential boot-camp   between 13-15th of December.
  • Are proficient in reading, writing, and speaking English.
  • Have demonstrated consistent interest in leadership active citizenship, community development, social work, business and/or social entrepreneurship

Applicants will not be discriminated against on the basis of gender, ethnicity, religion, socio-economic status or disability.

TYLC reserves the right to verify all of the information provided in the application. In the event that there is a discrepancy, or information is found to be false, the application will immediately be declared invalid and the applicant ineligible.

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The Young Leaders Council (TYLC) is an established alliance of veritable young change makers and leaders with a mandate to redefine and reignite veritable leadership in individuals, corporates’, communities, and nations through high impact solutions and interventions. With roots in Nigeria, The Young Leaders Council is poised to be the largest and most formidable leadership organization with a constant drive for measurable impact and development. We are a volunteer-driven organization and we have our focus on thematic areas of civic leadership, personal and cooperate leadership, public administration, sustainable development, Access to Information and Quality Education, Public policy and open and transparent Governance. We are positioned to build an alliance of the most enterprising young achievers in the globe and develop every young mind who aspires to reach enviable heights of leadership, impact, and significance.

The Young Leaders Council has over time been working among youths and in different communities to forge an understanding and a reality of responsible citizenship and veritable Leadership in our polity. This Program is therefore set to train, inform, ignite discussions and chart pathways to building high-performing and resilient Students, Citizens and leaders.

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