There are 5 different positions available. The deadline is 16 April 2014.
Please click on the poster to find out more!
MOE will be running a recruitment exercise for the position of Allied Educators (Learning and Behavioural Support) for final year undergraduate students and alumni.
There are no restrictions with regard to the GPA eligibility criteria. Application starts on 22 Feb 2014. To apply, please complete the application form at www.moe.gov.sg/careers/allied-educators/learning-behavioural-support by 7 March 2014.
My Cup of Tea – Chat with Dr Stephen Lim
(Pursuing a Multi-Disciplinary Educational Experience at FASS)
Seats are available on a 1st-come-1st-served basis
Upon registration, please be sure to attend the talk or find a replacement if you are unable to make it
For further queries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 65167274
Looking for an internship opportunity this coming May to July 2014? Sign up for this exclusive internship brought to you by the Maritime & Port Authority of Singapore! Click on the poster below to apply now!
P.S You should be available between 12th May to 3rd August 2014 for the internship programme.
Keen to work with youths and thinking of teaching as a career? Why not give TIP a try?
The TIP was developed to provide a structured platform for undergraduates, interested in teaching, to be exposed to the full spectrum of the teaching profession. Besides classroom teaching, interns will also have the opportunity to undertake other non-teaching duties (such as CCAs, taking part in department meetings, organising of school activities) under the mentorship of experienced teachers. The programme comprises a 3-day training session from 23 – 25 June 2014, followed by a school attachment of 5 weeks (30 Jun – 1 Aug 2014) at selected recipient schools.
The online application form can be found at www.moe.gov.sg/teachinginternship. The registration for TIP 2014 will close on 2 March 2014.
Internship at Good for Us
Good for Us compiles research and stories on the impact of Companies and their Corporate Social Responsibility programmes, and make this information available to the public to inform their consumption. In short, we help see how the companies they buy from and work for can impact the world, giving people a voice to influence those companies to do good.
Hence, we resign ourselves to living a life of collateral damage. But we know that with the right information, and the right inspiration, we can work with you to create a world where a good life is possible for everyone.
• We seek interns with an interest in CSR, research or how social media can influence virtuous cycles. (Assessment Researcher)
• We seek interns with an interest in CSR, social media and consumer habits, with a compassionate heart. (Community Manager)
• We seek interns with an interest in CSR, graphic and web design, with an intuitive understanding of people’s needs. (Graphic Designer)
• We seek interns with an interest in CSR, IT and Software development, with a compassionate heart. (Developer)
• Research and find reliable sources for stories of corporate ethical practices and corporate social responsibility. (Assessment Researcher)
• Learn to promote positive behaviour through social media. (Community Manager)
• Develop an understanding of how users are responding to the website and how to improve user retention.(Graphic Designer)
• Develop and implement backend architecture to support the stories and information. (Developer)
• Get involved in other aspects of development.
We believe a world that is Good for Us is one where everyone can work together in harmony. We welcome applications from all backgrounds and walks of life, and seek candidates that are team players.
We seek team members willing to to step outside the scope of their own duties to help other team members, trusting in the knowledge that the same help will be given to them as need arises.
Good for Us is a start up and is not yet funded, as such we are not able to offer competitive internship remuneration, but are committed to providing a meaningful experience for interns that give their time helping others to live a good life. The period of internship is flexible. It can be done part-time, or during official vacation breaks when students usually undertake their internships.
For more information or inquiries, you can email to email@example.com.
Join us for an evening with Minister Ng Eng Hen! – 17 January 7.30pm
Minister for Defence, Dr Ng Eng Hen opens U@live 2014, in a no-holds-barred, heart-to-heart sharing of his personal and professional perspectives on “Defending what we fought for” as individuals and as a people.
Details of the event are as follows:
A unique feature of U@live is that not only will it be viewed by a live audience, it will be streamed live through a dedicated website (www.nus.edu.sg/ualive). The event will also incorporate a new interactive application that allows users to post questions and vote for their favourite questions in real time. The event will consist of a 10-minute talk by the speaker followed by a 20-minute interview conducted by Mr Viswa Sadasivan and a 30-minute Q&A session open to the live and online audience.
Date: 17 January 2014 (Friday)
Time: 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm (Registration at 6:45pm, Seated at 7:15pm, Cocktail reception after event)
Location: Auditorium (2nd Storey), Shaw Foundation Alumni House, 11 Kent Ridge Drive, Singapore 119244
We sincerely hope that you will be able to join us for this event. Go here to register!
Jointly organised by FASS and NUS Career Centre (NCC), the FASS Working Overseas Forum is for FASS students who are considering a future career overseas, or keen on an overseas job posting.
Five invited speakers representing various organisations and sectors will share their experiences of working overseas, and let you know what it takes to secure an overseas job posting. The countries that these speakers have worked in are China, Australia, the United Arab Emirates, and Japan.
Please register by Thursday, 17 January 2014 if you are interested, just by clicking the poster below!
For the second year running, South Asian Studies Programme (SASP) celebrated Deepavali with Institute of South Asian Studies (ISAS). On 6 November 2013, a total of 50 staff and students got together to enjoy good food and company. The event kicked off with A/P Vineeta Sinha, Head of SASP, welcoming everyone to the tea and thanking them for coming. She was pleased that we were able to hold this event again and hoped it would be a tradition between SASP and ISAS. Prof Tan Tai Yong, Director of ISAS, echoed her sentiments and mentioned that it was certainly a good and auspicious way of continuing SASP-ISAS collaboration.
Over 50 alumni members and staff from the Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences gathered for the FASS Alumni Dinner on Thursday, 24 October 2013. Hosted by Vice Dean Associate Professor T.C. Chang at Sapore Italiano at NUS University Town, the biannual dinner allows alumni to keep in touch with the Faculty and also get to know one another.
Prior to dinner, the alumni were taken on a walking tour of UTown including its residential and teaching spaces. On being introduced to its myriad of amenities, alumnus Soo Hui Wah (Class of 1986, History and Political Science) Director of Education at the Singapore Discovery Centre, commented that she was “very impressed and proud of how far NUS had come in terms of its extensive offerings, such as its student-centric and all-rounded education programmes which are supported by up-to-date infrastructure and facilities”.
Over dinner, guests were entertained by a magician, FASS alumnus Alexander Yuen (Class of 2012, Psychology). Political Science and Law graduate Cynthia Elizabeth Tang (Class of 2003) said that it was great fun reconnecting with fellow alumni and her former professors. Likewise, Azmi Suhaimi, Managing Director/Head of Social Media at HotelQuickly (Class of 2010, Communications & New Media) enjoyed reminiscing his time as an undergraduate while discussing future plans with fellow alumni over dinner.