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I Am Talented (IAT) started in 2011 as a small-scale community outreach seminar, under the auspices of the United Nations Association of Singapore (UNAS). IAT seeks to empower and inspire youth through self-discovery, skills-based workshops, and keynote speakers who have gone through various life obstacles in pursuit of their dreams.

Over the years, IAT has grown from strength to strength, morphing into a community-driven social empowerment initiative for secondary school students. Corporate players and individuals have since recognised the value of the approach, and therefore partnered with IAT to develop a stable of workshop offerings and keynote sessions.

Gearing up for its sixth iteration in 2017, IAT has since reached out to nearly a thousand students from over 30 schools and organisations.


"I Am Talented" 2016, held at ITE College Central.
15 workshops were offered to the approximately 300 students present. The workshops include broadcast journalism, fashion design, sports coaching, stop-motion photography, and website-building. This was organised with Central CDC. The guest speakers in 2016 were Mr. Josephus Tan, a delinquent-turned-criminal lawyer, and Miss Rohaishah Hamid, who won the Most Engaging […]

IAT-Central CDC 2016


“I Am Talented” 2015, held at ITE College Central.
Across three Saturdays, the 250 participants in attendance chose from nine different workshops – such as entrepreneurship, robotics, and screenwriting fundamentals – after experiencing tasters of their preference. This was organised with Central CDC, for the first time. Mayor Denise Phua was the Guest-of-Honour. The guest speakers in 2015 were […]

IAT-Central CDC 2015