“We need less government-driven approaches to job creation and more policies that free people to create their own businesses and let them prosper. My generation is a highly skilled, educated, and creative generation. We have tremendous ideas and an entrepreneurial spirit. Yet we keep hearing job creators say they can’t expand and hire more people, or start a business at all. In fact, the opposite is happening.” This quote is from an article published in the Policymic regarding unemployment rate of millenials. It echoes with what we have been trying to do at Voices of South Asian Youth (VoSAY), that is to empower the youth to build and promote their capacity. This includes what the author refers to as “entrepreneurial spirit.” But our approach is a collaborative one, in that we bring governments and other relevant stakeholders in conversation on empowering the youth.