E-ERA’s Youth Development Model


To develop the “whole student”, schools, colleges, and universities seek to diversify their offering and unique collegiate experience. Students become involved in extracurricular activities not only for entertainment, social, and enjoyment purposes, but most importantly, to gain and improve their skills.

Extracurricular activities focus on the student level, the institutional level, and the broader community level. These activities exist to complement the academic curriculum and to augment the student’s educational experience. This also helps students develop skills specific to their career path and imperative for future job success.

E-ERA is a young professional, energetic, and progressive organization working to promote youth empowerment and leadership through:

  • Civic Education
  • Cultural Exchange
  • Effective ICT Integration
  • Professional Development
  • Employment & Entrepreneurship

Since 2010, E-ERA has been approved for a consultative status through the ECO-SOC committee in the United Nations.

Vision: Expert in developing tomorrow’s citizens and leaders

Mission: Empowering youth through development, education, and leadership,

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