YOUTH HUB is a global platform for YOUTH. YOUTH HUB focuses on facilitating the growth of Innovation, Technology & Entrepreneurship.

The motto of YOUTH HUB is to spread a very simple yet powerful message among the YOUTH – do what you love, inspire others and change the world. The core mission is to create a broad organization where the Youths can exchange their ideas and embark on new initiatives

Youth Hub is to prepare young people to become productive and engaged citizens and to educate and enable school students, especially girls, in Innovation, Technology & Entrepreneurship. Youth Hub launched its very own initiatives: SCHOOL CODERS, SUKONNA, GIRLS IN ICT & STEM and SCHOOLPRENEUR.


The objectives of the initiative “SCHOOL CODERS” are to familiarize the students with the Computer Programming, make them learn basic things about coding, attract the students from their school life to computer education, improve their skills related to ICT & STEM and specially computer programming, involve them into hands on activities to write the ‘code’, Motivate the students towards ICTs & Programming and to help in receiving various related resources.

SCHOOL CODERS is an initiative that aimed to bring together parents, educators, students, the private sector and policymakers towards advancing equitable and inclusive STEM education for all.

What we do for the school students & Youths?

  • CS First
  • Hour of Code
  • Scratch Programming
  • App Inventor
  • Hello World Programming Workshop
  • School Holiday Program
  • Career Talk
  • ICT Open House Day
  • Session for parents/teachers/guardian
  • Innovation Boot Camp
  • Cyber Security Awareness


  • HTML, CSS, JavaScript
  • Web Development
  • Wordpress
  • Digital Marketing
  • Graphics Design
  • G Suit
  • Google Classroom

Hour of Code

Hour of Code is a global initiative run by non-profit organisation that aims to introduce anyone of any age to the basics of coding. Hour of Code is designed to help simplify and teach code to children so they can learn the basics of coding in a fun and interesting way. One way this is done is by using familiar characters from movies, such as Frozen, and turning the learning of code into a game.

What is appealing about Hour of Code is that you do not need to be an expert coder to teach it. In fact, you don’t need any prior knowledge of code because there are many guides and tutorials to help teach coding knowledge to children of all ages.

The goal of the Hour of Code is not to teach anybody to become an expert computer scientist in one hour. Instead, the one hour is the start of a journey to learn that computer science is fun and creative and; that it is accessible for students of all ages, regardless of background.

The measure of success of this campaign is not in how much coding students learn – it is reflected in broad participation across gender, ethnic and socioeconomic groups, and the resulting increase in enrolment and participation seen in CS courses at all levels.

We need our future doctors, lawyers, politicians, astronauts learning the basics.

CS First

CS First ( one of many Google initiatives focused on computer science education.

Teach coding with lessons that include eight activities aligned with student passions. Inspire students to create fun, interactive stories using the block-based programming language, Scratch. Students use code to tell fun and interactive stories. Storytelling emphasizes creativity by encouraging students to tell a unique story each day.

Students play musical notes, create a music video, and build an interactive music display.

Students learn basic video game coding concepts by making different types of games, including racing, platform, and launching.

Scratch Programming

Scratch is a free kids programming language developed by MIT’s Lifelong Kindergarten Lab. The free language is supplemented by getting-started tutorials, curriculum instructions for parents, and a robust user community. There are even cards kids can use to learn Scratch programming concepts when they are away from the computer.

Scratch uses a building-block visual interface to create a scaffolded experience for kids and parents. You stack together programming components, such as actions, events, and operators.

Each block has a shape that only allows it to be combined with a compatible object. Repeat loops, for example, are shaped like a sideways “U” to let you know that you need to put blocks in between the start and stop of a loop.

Scratch can be used to make real animations and games using either pre populated images and characters or by uploading new ones. Scratch can also be used without an internet connection. Kids can optionally share their creations on Scratch’s online community.

Because Scratch is free and so well supported, it’s one of the first suggestions for kid-friendly programming, and it’s easy to see the influence of Scratch in many other kid-friendly programming languages listed here, such as Blockly.

Hello World Programming Workshop

Programming is a critical skill in today’s economy, and there is a shortage of qualified developers. In this workshop, the students get a hands-on experience of programming. They know how to write a programming code. Moreover, they become motivated to learn more on programming and ICTs.

This is a programming workshop where student are taught basics of general knowledge about ICT, HTML, CSS, Phyton, PHP, C programming and C++ programming language.

Basically, This Program is to motivate Secondary school students to be a programmer and make them more interesting in ICT sector.

School Holiday Program

This is a after-school, weekend and holiday program where kids come together to learn, train and master technology.

In this Coding program, students will learn importance of Digital Technologies Education for their future. They will learn & experience coding, develop & publish their own games.

Upon completion, they can use their computers at home to code more games & programs. We transform children from consumers to become creators of technologies. All Coders (students) will receive certificates too.

Topic: HTML, CSS, Phyton, PHP, C, C++ Programming, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Computer Programming, Robotics, Drone, Adriano, Cyber security and 3D printing etc.

Career Talk

Career talk is a one-day open seminar for everyone. All the speakers talk on the seminar are those who work on ICT & STEM fields. They share their experience on ICT & STEM career. All the participants ask questions to the speaker and they answer all the questions.

Participants of the seminar get a clear concept about ICT & STEM career. Career talk is a one-day open seminar for everyone. All the speakers talk on the seminar are those who work on ICT & STEM. They share their experience on ICT career.

All the participants ask questions to the speaker and they answer all the questions. Participants of the seminar get a clear concept about ICT & STEM career.

How we can support more students to join in ICT & STEM, what strategies we should follow, what are the existing and potential scopes and opportunities in local and global arena for the Malaysian available and challenges in the way forward will be discussed.

ICT Open House Day

The motive is to encourage students to study and select ICT as their career. Students will get an opportunity to visit an ICT company, research or development organizations Call center, Software Development Company. Example: etc. Google, Microsoft, Telecom Malaysia, MaGIC, Digi, Intel etc.


As part of Youth Hub, we started the initiative named GIRLS IN ICT. The initiative targets girls and young women from local secondary schools, colleges and Universities who are interested in ICT and STEM. We believe, if girls understand all the different functions and ways of working with ICT, they will have deeper understanding on how ICT is used in their communities, in their places of work, and in government.

We are keeping pace with the world’s ongoing activities and arranging several international celebrations; we are empowering our girls with proper knowledge, skills and training. For instance, we celebrate gorgeously the International Girls In ICT, Take Back The Tech, International Day of Women and Girls in Science and many more international events in the country.

Open House Day/Seeing is Believing

Career Talk

The purpose is to familiarize these students with the real-life working environment that can help them in planning for their career in the relevant field. The 3 hours long visit gives an idea of relevant skills and qualifications that the students need pursuing the career. The selected and interested female students are given the opportunity to visit IT companies and organization. (Example: Google, Microsoft, Facebook, TM etc). Thus, being a student they get all the necessary information to be a professional in the relevant skills.

We invite the female technology leaders of the country to share their experiences and motivate the young girls and women in a different School, College and University. The interactive session helps the participant girls to come out of their cocoons and interact with the leading guests.

Round Table Discussion

Session for parents/teachers/guardian

Hone Your Skills

Round Table Discussion on how we can support more girls to join in ICT, what strategies we should follow, what are the existing and potential scopes and opportunities in the local and global arena for the Malaysian girls available and challenges in the way forward will be discussed. Some of the leading personnel will be invited at the discussion and industry representatives will be sharing their thoughts, priorities and opinion that they look into while recruiting someone at their organization.

We do arrange sessions for the parents/teachers and guardians to raise awareness among them about ICT & STEM.

This is for both tech and non-tech students/ Youths, developers and would be developers. CV writing, Communication Skills, Digital Marketing, facing interview board etc will be included.

Hone Your Skills

Youth Hub is working to prepare young people to become productive and engaged citizens through developing soft skills.

This is for both tech and non-tech students/ Youths, developers and would be developers.

CV writing, Communication Skills, Digital Marketing, facing interview board etc will be included.

Girls Innovation Boot Camp

Female participants from all over Malaysia who are passionate about programming and already have built up their mind to set their career in ICT will be invited for this intensive learning opportunity titled 'Girls Innovation This will be a hands-on workshop focusing on ‘Concept to Product’ innovation. Using the Design Thinking Model, the facilitator will be helping the participants to design a strategy for their Idea to be transformed into a Viable Product with the minimum addressable market.

The workshop is considered as the ‘Initiation of a long term support’ for the participants. After the workshop is done, the facilitator will select efficient participants who will be working with their Idea and Product.

There will be other intensive learning sessions, workshops, one-to-one interaction within the time that will help to transform the participants’ idea into a Real & Market ready viable product.

Cyber Security Awareness for Girls

Nowadays social media is the second language for teen or pre-teen girls. But do you know how to help protect their identity online? And did you know the STEM classes they love could lead to a hot career in cybersecurity?

Youth Hub has been hosting "Cyber Security Awareness for Girls" events to promote cybersecurity education. Throughout this event for teen and pre-teen girls, they have the opportunity to learn about privacy, cryptography and the Internet of Things, participate in group activities such as basic threat modelling, and get to know some of the women of Girls in ICT & STEM who can tell them what it's like to work in the tech industry.


The first of its kind Youth Hub launched SCHOOLPRENEUR initiative. Schoolpreneur aims to bring School students, Academicians, Entrepreneurs, Industry Experts, Government Officials together under one platform to promote acquiring entrepreneurial skill set at school level.


Google Classroom makes teaching more productive and meaningful by streamlining assignments, boosting collaboration, and fostering communication. Educators can create classes, distribute assignments, send feedback, and see everything in one place. Classroom also seamlessly integrates with other Google tools like Google Docs and Drive.

Youth Hub has been conducting Google Classroom training at different Schools and Colleges.

Through our activities, we are paving the way towards the achievement of SDGs goal 4,5 and 9. By ensuring quality education through practical learning, reducing gender inequality through launching special training for girls and fostering innovation through our entrepreneurship and innovation courses, YOUTH HUB is relentlessly working to build a better world.

School Coders

Free Sanitary Napkins Distribution

Winter Clothes Distribution

Helping Rohingya Community

Recent Events at Schools (Video)

ICT Career Talk with students from SMK Kompleks KLIA at the East West International College

Hello World Programming Workshop with the students from SMK WARISAN PUTERI

Celebrating the International Girl In ICT Day

Hello World Programming Workshop at Sekolah Kebangsaan Seri Sekamat, Kajang, Malaysia

News & Publications

GBC-Education Speaks with Pavel Sarwar On International Day of Women and Girls in Science

International Youth Day: promoting youth skills and early education

We are the leaders of tomorrow, and world leaders are now realising this

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Youth Hub Social Media Campaigns

#WriteTheWrong Campaigns for quality Education

Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Warisan Puteri

Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Kompleks KLIA

Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Seremban Jaya

Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Puteri

Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Seri Pagi

Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Dato' Shahardin

Sekolah Kebangsaan Seri Sekamat, Kajang

Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia

East West International College, Malaysia

SMK Kampung Long Luping, Sarawak

List of The Schools we already visited in Malaysia

Global Team



Executive Committee (Bangladesh)

Pavel Sarwar

Sumaiya Zafrin Chowdhury
General Secretary

Arch. Jashia Noshin Chowdhury


Engr. Radia Rayan Chowdhury


S N Mubashir Ullah Tasin

Executive Member

Ashikur Rahman

Executive Member

Engr. Zarjis Islam


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