Building Bridges through Leadership Training – Junior (BBLT-J)
Building Bridges through Leadership Training – Junior (BBLT-J) is a month-long program designed for secondary school students in grades 6 to 10. It follows the same selection criteria and classroom training as the two-and-a-half month long BBLT program. The program focuses more on sensitizing a younger audience on the values of leadership, teamwork, community service, and active citizenship. After three weeks of interactive classroom training participants spend their final week translating knowledge into action through a service project with underprivileged communities. While the broad objectives remain the same as that of BBLT, the BBLT-J program is adapted to suit the learning needs and maturity of students aged between 12 and 16. BYLC introduced this program in 2010 to inculcate values of leadership and active citizenship among young students.
BYLC – Bangladesh Bank Partnership for APL
Bangladesh Bank will finance BYLC’s Art and Practice of Leadership (APL) program in Dhaka. The check handover ceremony took place today at the Jahangir Alam Conference Hall at the Bangladesh Bank.
Breaking Barriers and Defying Expectations
Read this blog by Tasfia Zaman, a BBLT 3 graduate and a member of the management team at BYLC, as she reflects on the importance of women raising their voices, winning allies, and defying the status quo.
Acts of Leadership
Learn how our graduates are bringing about change, for themselves and for their communities.