The Youth Creativity League project, organized by the Public Authority for Youth, has entered its fifth season with the aim of nurturing and developing the talents of young Kuwaitis. Dr. Mishaal Al-Janoubi, Acting Deputy Director General of the Authority for the Youth Development Sector, emphasized the project’s commitment to guiding young people towards success and excellence.
In a recent press statement, Dr. Al-Janoubi highlighted the diverse fields included in this season’s league, which encompass the Holy Qur’an, robotics, the scientific journal, scientific research, mathematics, drawing, and youth debates. The initial qualifying rounds for mathematics have commenced, and debate workshops are currently underway. Competitions for the remaining fields will be held successively in various youth centers.
Notably, the league has witnessed a significant surge in popularity among Kuwaiti youth this season, with participants divided into three levels: beginners (7-10 years), intermediates (11-14 years), and advanced (15-18 years). This national program is firmly rooted in Kuwait’s development plan, aiming to foster creativity and technological innovation among young individuals, grounded in scientific fundamentals. The collaboration between the Public Authority for Youth and various state agencies, particularly the Ministry of Education, has played a pivotal role in ensuring the success of the league’s activities.
Dr. Al-Janoubi proudly noted the league’s remarkable achievements, including the Kuwaiti school debate team securing first place in the sixth international school debate championship, conducted in Arabic, held in Qatar in September. Furthermore, the league has proven instrumental in building and refining the characters of participating students.
For those eager to partake in the remaining areas of the league, Dr. Al-Janoubi urged young Kuwaitis to register through the Public Authority for Youth’s website (www.youth.gov.kw) and follow the Authority’s social media channels for updates on venue locations and qualifying round schedules. Importantly, all league activities are entirely free for participants.
As the Youth Creativity League continues to empower talented Kuwaiti youth, nurturing their skills and fostering a competitive spirit, it is poised to make a lasting impact on the future of the nation’s creative and technological landscape.
1. How can I register for the Youth Creativity League?
To register for the Youth Creativity League, visit the Public Authority for Youth’s website at www.youth.gov.kw. The registration process is free of charge.
2. What are the fields included in this season’s league?
The fields included in this season’s league are the Holy Qur’an, robotics, the scientific journal, scientific research, mathematics, drawing, and youth debates.
3. Is there an age requirement to participate in the Youth Creativity League?
Yes, participants are categorized into three levels based on age: beginners (7-10 years), intermediates (11-14 years), and advanced (15-18 years).
4. What are the benefits of joining the Youth Creativity League?
Joining the Youth Creativity League offers numerous benefits, including the opportunity to showcase and refine your talents, participate in competitions, and build valuable skills that will contribute to personal growth and development.