YSA's objectives are:
To deepen understanding of national issues among young Sikhs and to encourage them to contribute to the betterment of our society as thoughtful and responsible citizens.
Intellectual and Professional Development
To provide varying platforms for young Sikhs to strive for intellectual and professional development.
To strengthen inter-racial friendship and harmony by organising and actively participating in inter-community activities.
To foster community spirit among young Sikhs through community service at home and abroad.
National Identity and a Global Mindset
To build networks with local and international youth groups so as to foster national identity and a global mindset among young Sikhs.
As a totally independent Sikh organisation, YSA's programmes are initiated by young Singaporeans. These programmes are designed to allow young Singaporeans to fulfill their aspirations and to enable them to contribute to the betterment of their country. From dialogue sessions, seminars and professional development workshops to dhol competitions, cultural shows and sports activities, young Singaporeans choose their avenues of aspiration and contribution.
Red Dot Bhangra
18 – 24 July 2016
Sikh Graduates Tea Reception 2016
Mr Lim Swee Say
Minister for Manpower
8 October 2016
Project Khwaish XVI
April 2016Ambassador-at-Large Tommy Koh highlights the growing role of 'soft power' in Asia at the Eighth Khwaish Lecture
March 2016Young Singaporeans commended for voluntary work in India
February 2016Shooting for racial harmony and integration
December 2015Young Singaporeans embark of 15th edition of YSA's community service project in India
November 2015Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong launches landmark publication on Singapore Sikhs' contribution to nation-building
April 2015YSA spearheads charity adventure to Phuket on wheels
April 2015Promoting multi-racialism and healthy lifestyle through football
YSA's programmes are organised through membership, annual subscription fees and the kind support of donors.