Projek Kalsom Motivational Camp was presented as one of the most influential Malaysian community projects at the 2011 One Young World ‘Impact’ Conference in Zurich, Switzerland.
- Endorsed by the Ministry of Youth and Sports, Malaysia and Rakan Muda in 2012. With this endorsement, facilitators who are doing the International Award for Young People (Gold Level) scheme (also known as the Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award in the UK) can include Projek Kalsom Motivational Camp as their “Residential Project”.
- Projek Kalsom 17 Motivational Camp’s online video and media were selected as the Top 10 2012 DiGi Malaysia Google Most Inspiring Internet for Good Award.
In 2013, the first Commonwealth Cultural Programme (CCP) was organised for the first time as a collaborative effort with the Royal Commonwealth Society through Bristol Student Commonwealth Society and created history through the involvement of non-Malaysian facilitators (British university students).
- Projek Kalsom Motivational Camp 20 was officially endorsed by the Malaysia Book of Records as the longest running student-led motivational camp in Malaysia in 2014. Kelab Belia Kalsom also received an official endorsement by Education Malaysia in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
In 2014, Kelab Belia Kalsom was selected as a finalist by DiGi Malaysia for Telenor Youth Summit in Oslo.
The Kalsom Movement was selected to submit a paperwork on behalf of Majlis Perwakilan Pelajar Luar Negara to Majlis Perundangan Pelajar Kebangsaan chaired by YAB Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, then Minister of Education in 2014.
Selected to be in Top 10 (Education and Community) for the highly prestigious Merdeka Award – making us the only student-led and voluntary entity under it.
The Kalsom Movement was selected by Yayasan Bursa Malaysia to be one of the 8 beneficiaries under its Bursa Bull Charge programme for two consecutive years (2015-16), making it the only student-led and voluntary entity under the scheme.
In 2016, The Kalsom Harapan One-Year Monitoring Plan was executed for the first time among Projek Kalsom 21 beneficiaries, allowing all 10 participating schools to run their own Kalsom Academy.