Those who missed out on the chance to become Chatri Sityodtong’s protege will now get a second chance.
The ONE Chairman and CEO announced on Monday that applications for the second season of “The Apprentice: ONE Championship Edition” are now being accepted, but only 10 global candidates will make the cut.
Like the first season, the winner will get a $250,000 job offer to work under Sityodtong at ONE’s headquarters in Singapore. But he or she will also get to learn under Sityodtong, an experience in itself.
“The prize is much bigger than just $250,000 for the winner. As your mentor, I am going to teach you how to do good in the world by following your heart and chasing your dreams,” Sityodtong said.
“Additionally, I am going to show you how to make more money than you ever imagined possible through my win-win philosophy. Finally, I am also going to share the invaluable lessons and IP on how my team and I built one of Asia’s hottest unicorns from scratch.”
It was a highly successful first run for “The Apprentice: ONE Championship Edition,” as it incorporated martial arts into the business-themed reality show.
In fact, it was so well-received that it won awards for Best Non-Scripted Entertainment and Best Adaptation of an Existing Format in the Asian Academy Creative Awards ceremony last year.
Filipinos were also well represented last season, as Louie Sangalang and Lara Pearl Alvarez bannered the flag in the show.
While Alvarez got eliminated in the third episode, Sangalang went all the way to the finale – though he lost to the eventual winner, Jessica Ramella.
Interested applicants can apply by clicking this link. Meanwhile, all the ONE Championship action is available by downloading the ONE Super App.