Prabhath Mannapperuma received a scholarship from Queen’ Commonwealth trust

head shot of Prabhath Mannapperuma

Prabhath Mannapperuma STEMUP Educational Foundation

Prabhath Mannapperuma Working with kids

KELANIYA, SRI LANKA, September 30, 2020 / — In 2019, The Queen's Commonwealth Trust has been glad to collaborate with One Young World (OYW) to offer QCT Scholarships to 53 youthful pioneers to go to the current year's OYW Summit in London from 22nd to 25th October. One Young World is the superior worldwide discussion for youthful pioneers who have exhibited a promise to affecting positive change. The yearly Summit unites youngsters from more than 190 nations, enabling them to make enduring associations and create answers for a portion of the world's most problems that are begging to be addressed. Representatives partake in four groundbreaking long stretches of talks, boards, systems administration and workshops.

This energizing organization set out to grant QCT Scholarships to 53 energetically dedicated youngsters who are driving positive change through their work in training, wellbeing, sport and nature. More than 5,000 applications were gotten one young Sri Lankan man has received this scholarship from the queen’s commonwealth trust (QCT).

Prabhath Mannapperuma was one of the few who have the ability to use their academical capacities and his human heart to take a world-changing path for him, his society, and the entire world. In OYW, he was a unique young man, with a totally unique volunteer-based organization called STEMUp.

Prabhath Mannapperuma is one of the QCT champions due to his hard-working and his strength to change the world in his own way, more specifically, Prabhath specializes in changing the educational career if many students lost between many choices and they are incapable of choosing one career that fits their passions and beliefs.

In an exponentially changing world wherein achievement requests inventiveness and development, the conventional training arrangement of which "learning" is "repetition remembrance", is supplanting steadily with the accessibility of assets at a basic snap. Be that as it may, development is as yet not an esteemed learning objective in most neighbourhood schools today.

Prabhath began STEMUP Educational Foundation with his office associates in 2016, with the mission of motivating and drawing in understudies to get keen on seeking after STEM vocations and to become pioneers and issue solvers as opposed to customers.

With an emphasis on distraught kids in country territories, Prabhath's association completes a few activities to permit kids to turn out to be more acquainted with STEM, critical thinking and configuration thinking abilities.

To mention that STEMUp is not a for-profit organization, and its main mission is to encourage students and pupils to purchase a STEM degree and provide them with the desire and passion to do so. Moreover, STEMUp is seeking to give the students the capacity to become problem-solvers and innovative.

Shameera Prajapriya
STEMUP Educational Foundation
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Source: EIN Presswire