FASS Conversations: Design your Career – 8 Mar, 6.30pm

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FASS Conversations – Design your Career
Engage in candid discussion with 4 FASS Alumni to design a career right for you

 8 Mar 2016, Tuesday
6.30pm – 8.30pm (Registration starts at 6pm)
AS7 Level 1 Seminar Room B


Making career decisions is never easy. Connect with your FASS Alumni from the Public Service, PR/Marketing, Non-Profit and Hospitality/Consulting sector via a Career Discussion session.  Tap into their expertise, gain insights into their journey since graduation from FASS and hear their career lessons. Learn how to MAXIMISE the value of your FASS degree.


This event is for you if you:
–       want to do well in your career but do not have clarity of what you might like to do
–       want to know how to market your experiences in FASS to employers
–       would like to seek inspiration and guidance from candid sharing of young Alumni whom had ventured into the corporate world
–       would like to gain Information to help you decipher the decision making process and design your dream career 

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Industry Sharing Series – Succeeding Through Entrpreneurship – 15 Feb, 6pm @ LT31

We are pleased to invite you to the first Industry Sharing Series (ISS) for the year. At ISS Industry experts share their insights on trends, challenges, career and business opportunities. Title : Succeeding Through Entrepreneurship by     :  Future-Moves

Time   : 15th February 2016, 6pm (to be seated by 5.50pm) Venue : LT 31 (Lecture Theatre, Block S16, Level 3 – 6 Science Drive 2)  The event is free, however prior registration is required for dinner catering purpose. Registration : https://mysurvey.nus.edu.sg/EFM/se/543BE5C2180F0294

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OCBC — NUS Evening Series @FASS

OCBC Evening Series


FRANK by OCBC is organising a series of talks on 8, 15 and 22 October, 7:00 pm, at AS7-01-17 Seminar Room B.  Event registration begins at 6:30pm. There will be dinner and an opportunity to meet OCBC executives after the talk.  Click on the respective hyperlinks below to sign up.

8 Oct  FRANK by OCBC presents: Mind your own money — Financial Literacy Talk

Are you too young for investments and insurance? If you are clueless about your financial journey, let Mr Vasu Menon (Vice President, Wealth Management, OCBC Bank) let you in on some financial tips and tricks.

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15 Oct  FRANK by OCBC presents: You are the CEO of your career — Career Management Talk

Come to our FRANK talk to learn how to plan and manage your career from a veteran Human Resource specialist as you approach your graduation and next stage of life.

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22 Oct  FRANK by OCBC presents: All that glitters is not just Gold – Careers@OCBC Recruitment talk

One tends to associate a successful and glittering career with attractive monetary rewards. Let our 2 speakers, who have built their careers in the financial industry, debunk this myth by sharing their exciting journeys with OCBC and how you may also build your own pot of gold.

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Invitation to “HR Perspectives”

Take a glimpse into the “behind-the-scenes” process of job applications and understand from HR’s perspectives on what makes or breaks an application.

How can I as a FASS graduate, with a general degree stand out and differentiate myself from the rest of the applicants?

What do recruiters REALLY look out for in my Resume or Cover Letter?

Which is more important, grades, work experience or CCAs?

You are invited to join us for the 2nd instalment of the recruitment discussion forum to meet with HR representatives to tackle the questions you have about the recruitment process!

<Click here> for the Speaker’s Profile

<Click here> to sign up for the event, registration deadline: 28 Sep, Mon


HR Perspectives

Make a difference, impact lives: Meet Social Service Professionals

The Centre for Future-ready Graduates and National Council of Social Service (NCSS) is proud to bring to you the opportunity to meet with 3 Social Service Professionals, who will also be our panelists, to discuss about pertinent topics with regards to your questions about the Social Service Sector.

“What opportunities are available to me in this sector if I’m not a Social Work graduate?”

“Is a job in the Social Service Sector emotionally draining? How do you cope with the demands of the job?”

Join us as we debunk the myths of the Social Service Sector, and share about opportunities for both Social Work and non-Social Work majors!

Come and find out more about this rewarding and fulfilling career path and what role you can play in the sector!

<Click here> to sign up for the event, registration deadline: 14 Sep, Mon

<Click here> for the Speaker’s Profile

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