Talent For The World
This programme is one of the major efforts carried out by YRMS – to help less fortunate but talented and skilful youths who may not have the chance to further their studies or to move forward in life. In this programme, only those interested, talented and the best candidate will be chosen to be trained and guided by a Mentor who will further ‘polish’ their skills.
The first three youths to be successfully trained under this programme are Wong Eng Leong, the Artist; Goh Chiu Kuan the Potter who specializes in ceramic sculptures and Azhar Asrar, the Marble Sculptor. The three of them were trained by the renowned artist, Mr. Juhari Said.
2005 : Wong Eng Leong, Goh Chiu Kuan, Azhar Asrar
The first three youths to be successfully trained under this programme in the year 2005 were Wong Eng Leong, the Artist; Goh Chiu Kuan the Potter Specializing in Ceramic Sculptures and Azhar Asrar the Marble Sculptor. All of them were trained by the renowned artist, Mr Juhari Said.
2010 : Ainil Johani Abu Bakar
Another youth who had been given, help through this programme is Ainil Johani binti Abu Bakar. She is now a Professional Golfer and has brought significant fame to Malaysia after winning several golf championships, both in the local and international arena.
Hamizatulakma, is a student who had been trained under this programme by her mentor, Madam Asfarena binti Samion, in the field of Fashion and Design. She was sponsored by YRMS to participate in the ASEAN Skills Competition held in the year 2010. The competition was held in Bangkok, Thailand, and she won a bronze medal in the competition.
2015 : Syazwan bin Shawaluddin
Another talent was a Rapper Muhammad Syazwan bin Shawaluddin who was taken under the wings of Mr. Yogeswaran (Yogi B), a renowned “rap mogul”, in order to make his mark in the music industry. He launched his first Rap album in August 2015.
2015 - 2017 : Megat Danial Aizat
Another talent who although academically challenged, had manifested great skills in the culinary arts. Chef Megat Danial Aizat bin Megat Ariffin was given the chance to pursue a course in Culinary Arts at Taylor’s University despite his ‘less-than-average’ academic performance.
2018 - 2019 : Sutra Foundation
16 youths were supported to be Indian Classical Dancers and performed extensively alongside Sutra senior dancers and Datuk Ramli Ibrahim on established platforms. They showed immense progress not only as dancers but also being able to take leadership and guide the next generation of dancers and becoming teachers.
2019 - 2022 : Ahmad Azuan, Abdul Hakim, Muzaffar Mohd Zafri
Three talented youths, Ahmad Azuan bin Othman, Abdul Hakim bin Zulkifli and Muzaffar bin Mohd Zafri have been put under the wing of 3 keris makers over the last 2 years. They will be introduced in December 2022 when an Exhibition of DYMM Sultan Selangor Keris Collection will be held.