For Youth

Learning Curve Education Programme

At the Learning Curve, students receive academic support in small group tuition classes on weekday nights from 6pm – 9.30pm.

Students receive one lesson per week per subject and are taught by trained volunteer tutors. Our volunteers serve as role models and support the academic development of their students while building up our students’ confidence and resilience.

Download the Learning Curve Programme Registration Form or Apply Online

Study Buddy Latch-Key Kid Programme

Study Buddy provides youths with a home away from home – a safe and conducive place to study under the guidance of a youth programme executive. On top of helping students with their homework every day, we also instil a love of reading in the students, helping students with poor literacy skills to acquire basic reading skills and develop a love for reading and learning.

Students particularly look forward to Friday Specials, a time when we run games and activities to equip the youths with everyday skills to become independent (eg. How to manage money, goal-setting, teamwork, cyber-wellness) and instil values to help students build character and learn teamwork.

Download the Study Buddy Programme Registration Form or Apply Online

Project BUD

Art therapy is an expansion of our counselling services as we offer an alternative to clinical counselling. HeART Class is a non-threatening means to provide intervention for students from low-income and disadvantaged families (divorced, parents with chronic illnesses) to manage their emotions and behaviour as they go through tumultuous periods in their lives and process the trauma they have experienced.

Students in our centre report suffering from:

  • Depression
  • OCD
  • Anger-management issues 
  • Suicide ideation
  • Stress

Through HeART Class, we will:

  • Address emotional and behavioural issues that children and youths face when they face difficulties at home and learn how to resolve conflict.
  • Provide students with an outlet for self-expression and space to process what they are going through by exploring their emotions, so that they can grow in self-awareness.
  • Spark creativity in students so that they can learn to tap on their resources for problem-solving, reducing their anxiety, increasing their sense of empowerment, and helping them to re-interpret their problems in a more positive light.
  • Allow students to accumulate positive emotions and increase their self-esteem
  • Develop interest in healthier hobbies
  • Increase resilience as students develop relationships with others who have experienced similar situations through group therapy.
  • Rebuild students’ social skills and improve their self-esteem as their relationships with others improve.


Evolve is an intervention targeting at-risk youths through weekly mentorship sessions in small groups. Through games, activities and group work, our counsellors and youth workers shape the attitudes of students on topics such as: motivation, boy-girl relationships, friendships, family, and personal safety.

Local Holiday Programmes

There is never a dull holiday at CampusImpact! Our holiday programmes provide opportunities for youths to use their leisure time constructively and meaningfully, helping them pick up important life skills and social skills to build healthier relationships with their peers. Youths can choose from a variety of activities, ranging from canoeing to ice-cream making. We also run regular workshops to provide youths with the knowledge and skills to increase their level of self-awareness, self-management and social skills.

Give Back Project (Local Service-Learning Mentorship Programmes)

Youths have great power to change the world. Through our Give Back Projects, we provide mentorship to students from our partner institutions in their planning, execution and evaluation of projects for the beneficiaries of CampusImpact. In recent years, we are even empowering our beneficiaries themselves to pilot their own service-learning projects, because we believe in the importance of teaching kids that it is more wonderful to give than to receive.