This project will last for nine months, during which students will participate in a series of activities under the leadership of student ambassadors. There will be six topics in total for each month. Students can thus dabble in various scientific fields and experience activities in multiple formats, like site visiting, lab sessions, and small-scale competitions. Furthermore, students can participate in the science camp that will be held in April to develop their leadership experience, problem-solving skills, teamwork, and university life to improve their scientific knowledge.
In December, student ambassadors recruited from local universities will receive training in the form of family visits, developing communication skills, and understanding social issues in depth. In this process, they will have the opportunity to learn from experts from various industries, such as academics, social workers, teachers, and entrepreneurs.