Internship for FASS Student at National Library Board

    1. Institution/Faculty: NUS/FASS
    2. Internship Period: AY2017/18 Semester 1 (7th Aug-9th Dec 2017)
    3. Number of Interns Required: 1
    4. Work Location: Oral History Centre (OHC), National Archives of Singapore, 1 Canning Rise S(179868)
    5. Working Hours: Monday-Thursday, 8.30am-6pm. Friday, 8.30am-5.30pm
    6. Project Scope: OHC Projects on Chinese-dominated Business and Banking & Finance
      1. Conduct at least 90 hours of recording with potential interviewees on Chinese-dominated Businesses and Banking & Finance
      2. Write synopses on the interviews conducted and other documentation work
      3. Review OHC’s current Chinese-dominated Businesses and Banking & Finance through research and suggest areas for future expansion
      4. Deposit the interviews collected with OHC as part of the nation’s posterity
      5. Write synopses for OHC’s external collection
      6. Edit transcripts
  • Pre-requisites:
    1. Effectively bilingual, good command of spoken and written English and Chinese
    2. Basic research skills – both primary and secondary
    3. Strong communication skills – verbal, non-verbal and written
    4. Integrity – Ability to handle confidential information
    5. Resourcefulness – Ability to find ways to gather information and overcome challenges
    6. Genuine interest in meeting with and listening to life stories of individuals

Monthly Allowance: $1000

Send application to: Sophia XIONG Assistant Manager | Talent Acquisition & OD People Management & Development National Library Board. Email:

AY2016/17 Semester 1 Internships

Still looking for an internship in Semester 1?

Visit the Arts/Social Sciences Internship Management System (AIMS) and click on AY2016/17 Semester 1. You will find interesting internships offer to FASS by:

  • National Parks Board (NParks)
  • Aegis Media Asia Pacific Management Pte Ltd
  • DeVries Global
  • PacificLight Power Pte. Ltd.
  • SCOR Re
  • Ministry of Education

Please note that AIMS does not make the internship application. Make your application by writing an email to the contact person or other method indicated on the internship description.

Visit FASS Internship Programme webpages for more information about the programme, or contact Karen Wong (email).


FASS Internship Programme

Happy New Year and Greetings from the FASS Dean’s Office! We trust you have had a great start to another semester. The Faculty is embarking on a new internship programme called the FASS Internship Programme (FASS IP).  The FASS IP is open to NUS students whose first major is in FASS. There are three modules in this programme:

FAS2550 FASS Exposure Internship.  This module is offered to students who, have completed an internship (from AY2014/15 onwards). You may register this module in any subsequent regular semester, including your final semester. This module is a 2 MC UE module to recognise your internship effort. The deadline to register this module for AY2015/16 Semester 2 is 5 Feb 2016 (Friday). All you have to do is to follow the instructions in this webpage. Internships performed in AY2015/16 Semester 2 would be acknowledged under this module.

FAS2551 FASS Internship and FASS2552 FASS Extended Internship. Students who are planning to intern during the forthcoming AY2015/16 Special Term and subsequent semesters will benefit from these two modules. You are expected to source internships and secure them on your own. To find out more about the FASS Internship Programme, please visit The Faculty will use the new Arts/Social Sciences Internship Management System (AIMS) to connect you with your Academic Advisor and manage written work for these modules (Work Plan, Journals and Reports). It also contains internships that are pre-approved for the FASS IP. Internships for FASS IP are approved on a rolling basis so check back often.

A/Prof Loy Hui Chieh, Vice-Dean (External Relations & Student Life), will be conducting a briefing for FASS students who wish to embark on internship, called “An Internship for Me?”. Present at the briefing will be key people in the Faculty who will assist you in your journey. The briefing will be held on 28 Jan 2016, 6:00 to 8:00 pm, AS7-01-17 Seminar Room B. A light meal will be served.

Please sign up HERE by 25 Jan.

MOE Teaching Internship Programme 2016 – Application is now open!

The MOE Teaching Internship Programme is now open for application. If you have always wanted to experience the life of a teacher, here is your chance to do so! Teaching interns will have the rare opportunity to experience what it takes to be a teacher – from drafting lesson plans, classroom teaching, attending meetings, organising school functions to being in charge of CCA.

For more information and to apply, please visit Application closes on 28 Feb (Sunday), 11.55pm. If shortlisted, you will be invited for a group selection interview in mid-March.

Thank you!


Internship at NOL — from Jan 2016 (4 to 6 months)


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Neptune Orient Lines Limited (NOL) is a world leader in global transportation services. It is the largest shipping and logistics company listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange. Each year, it transports a volume of over 3 million forty-foot equivalent (FEU) worldwide. Its services span over 50 countries and are delivered by over 7,000 employees.

Its key operating brand, APL, provides customers around the world with ocean shipping and container transportation services through a network combining high-quality intermodal operations with the latest information technology.

Learning and Organisation Development Intern (Full / Part Time)

We are seeking an intern to be attached to our Global Learning and Organisation Development team. This role will be involved in the rollout and execution of Global programmes in the L&D department and handling of data that is confidential and critical to the company.


The Learning and Organisation Development (L&OD) Intern will be exposed to various L&OD projects

  • Plan and support marketing initiatives, perform data housekeeping and analysis of utilization statistics for NOL e-learning platforms, i.e. NOLGC and the LMD Portal
  • Manage internship operations, through working with various stakeholders from the business and schools
  • Prepare management reports for succession planning, including succession planning charts and talent development plans
  • Maintain/ improve the L&OD intranet sites
  • Administration of other L&OD projects as required


  • Competent with Microsoft excel including knowledge of pivot tables and various excel functions
  • Attentive to details
  • Inquisitive and fast learner
  • Able to multi-task
  • Pro-active, able to work independently Good interpersonal and communication skills
  • Team player
  • An internship starting January 2016 (4 -6 Months)
  • Please state your availability in your cover letter


Send your application to:

Ms Ng Xiao Jia

Specialist, Learning & Organisation Development

Neptune Orient Lines Ltd




GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) marketing internship (Feb’16 – Apr’16)

Interested in a marketing internship with GlaxoSmithKline (GSK)?

Take a look at the Job description of these 2 positions. The internship will be from Feb’16 to Apr’16.

GSK Intern business case_OH Nutrition Skin

GSK Intern business case_Wellness

 Interested applicant please send your updated resume (pdf format) to Ms. Jenny Tan at by 15 January 2016.

Kindly indicate in your email subject the position which you are applying for: GSK Internship_Wellness/Nutrition and Skin

Successful applicants will be notified by GSK.



Internship at NLB — Jun to Dec 2016

National Library Board (NLB) is keen to request two student interns from NUS-FASS for the upcoming Jun 2016 internship intake. NLB is looking at engaging students in any suitable major with keen interest in Archives work. The student interns will be attached to the National Archives of Singapore (NAS) where all public records of the nation are being preserved and housed.
This is a very rare opportunity for students to get first-hand insights to the operations of an Archives and how archival work (in particular AV-related records) is being done using technology in our Sound & Moving Image lab.
In addition, students will also get a chance to explore another areas of archival work (such as oral history, archives and other records) in NAS during his/her stint with us.

Project(s) scope:

  1. Carry out technical processing (re-housing, cleaning, processing, repair etc) of specialized AV formats for Audio Visual Archives (AVA).  e.g. 8mm, 16mm & 35mm films, open reel, vinyl & shellac record.
  2. Carry out recording of public service broadcast programs from free-to-air Radio & TV channels and undertakes quality checks of recordings
  3. QC of outsourced digitized recordings
  4. Digital File ingest and QC of preservation and working copies into NAS digital AV preservation system.
  5. Produce reference/access copies of AV recordings for access at ARR as well as Archives Online
  6. Digitisation of all analogue oral history (OHC) recordings (e.g. Open Reel tapes or Cassette tapes) for archival, preservation and dissemination purposes
  7. Digitisation of all analogue AVA recordings for archival, preservation and dissemination purpose.
  8. Carry out technical processing and quality assurance of AVA & OHC recordings
  • Checking the compliance of the generated content
  • Checking for timecodes and metadata
  • Checking the baseband quality in audio and video
  • Checking for encoding/transcoding errors, if content is compressed

Learning objectives/outcomes for student interns:

Interns will need to learn how to do conservation, digitization , quality checks and preservation of audio-visual recordings for both the analogue (such as Films, Open Reels, Shellacs and Vinyls) and digital formats (such as off-air recording)

Interns will also learn how to manage the digital contents within the Digital AV Preservation System to create viewing and access copies for public request.

Students interested in this internship, please write to:

Chia Ling TAY Associate I | Talent Acquisition & OD People Management & Development | National Library Board