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I want to be a YouTuber!

I want to be a doctor! I want to be a police! I want to be a scientist!

Gone are the days when children were consented to the traditional definitions of ambitions. These days, parents and teachers in school are not surprised by the fact that school children would aspire to be YouTuber when they grow up.

In fact, it has been a social norm to see young toddlers sitting in their stroller accompanied with a bright lively animation playing on their tablet. Growing up with YouTube videos are what most children have experienced before.

The new coined term of YouTuber as a future career might cause some elder generations to frown upon. But we can’t deny the fact that being a YouTuber can actually be a full-time career.

In accordance with the fast pace technology era we are in, MCJO Academy and Less Than Three Wedding Event have seen opportunity in educating children on how to be a YouTuber.

Seeing the growing trend of YouTubing, the two company have decided to work together in a project, “I am a Little YouTuber”. The project was carried out in a preschool, Tadika Suria Cahaya at Mantin.

This project was entirely educational where the objective was to expose the kids in becoming a YouTuber themselves. As Father’s Day was approaching, the project had also taken a heartwarming initiative to allow the kids to express themselves about their love for their fathers in front of the camera.

The project organized had given a chance for the kids’ fathers to understand and perhaps having their hearts melted by the words of innocence from the kids. The one day project was a success and below are two videos featuring the events of the project!

Engaging kids in a meaningful and positive YouTubing experience is the whole point of this project. MCJO Academy and Less Than Three Wedding hope that there will be more future collaboration of such activities that are able to educate and perhaps to create the awareness of allowing children to be more confident in expressing themselves.

Have you ever wondered about our MCJO Academy? We are the platform for emcees to grow and learn. If you have stumbled upon our site, why not take another step in getting to know us better here? We would be more than happy to have you to join us!



Wendy Cheong

Wendy discovered MC JO Academy in 2017 and she became an emcee ever since. Blogging her heart out about her passion and experience as an emcee gives her so much freedom in expressing herself. She enjoys learning and indulging herself in rapid aggressive challenges such as speaking in front. Spotlights and microphones are her essential accessories to make a difference on stage.

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