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Parami organized Leadership Conference to foster a culture of active citizenship


Group photo of undergraduate students from Parami University and students from Green Development Program in Hopong, Shan State
Group photo of undergraduate students from Parami University and students from Green Development Program in Hopong, Shan State

Although learning at asynchronous online programs can be passive, Parami programs offer a different education. Students at Parami regularly participate in many in-person activities in different cities as well as global exchange programs and global classrooms with international students from various universities in Parami University’s network.


Second-year and first-year students at Parami University started off the first month of the year with exciting trips! Parami organized three Parami Leadership Conferences in Taunggyi, Mandalay, and Yangon in Myanmar to foster a culture of active citizenship by instilling a sense of responsibility and commitment to community building. During the trips, students were encouraged to acquire hands-on community development and practical leadership experiences.


Students and Parami staff visited different community schools and organizations. They had the opportunity to connect with students from the community schools, undertake service learning, learn about green development programs, organic farming, and environment awareness, and engage in arts and crafts activities. They also participated in many different self-development sessions, such as self-awareness and youth empowerment, mental resilience, and education debate. 


Highlights of Parami Leadership Conferences in Taunggyi, Mandalay, and Yangon:



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