What is SEALNet?
SEALNet is a non-profit organization founded at Stanford University in 2004 by a group of students and professionals passionate about the development of Southeast Asia. Every year, we organize a number of programs that connect Southeast Asian communities from all over the world through a common effort to improve the region and train the next generation of service leaders.
To find more detailed information about SEALNet, please visit About Us.
How can I join?
Many of our members first start their SEALNet journey as a mentor or mentee of a Summer Project, as a Youth Leadership Summit participant, or as a club member. Afterwards, they will be invited to contribute to the organization in one of our Executive Teams, or return in the following year as a participant of another program. Some alumni choose to step up as YLS Organizers, Summer Project Leaders, as members of the Project Selection Committee, Professional Mentors, or other advisory and leadership roles in the organization.
We welcome you to join us by participating in a Summer Project, the Youth Leadership Summit, or joining one of our clubs in Southeast Asia.
The 2020 Program cycle is now kickstarting. Be sure to check back soon for further news!