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Project TitleSailors of SUSS (SOS)
Project ScopeMentorship to secondary school students through sailing and other outdoor activities
Commitment18 months commitment, including
• 10-week training programme (full-day weekends) to learn Level 1 Sailing (with certificate) and mentoring skills;
• Organisation and mentorship for 4 days camp in June and 3 days camp in October locally;
• Option to lead and/or participate in overseas Service-Learning project (under YEP); and
• Apply for NYAA Gold Award
Community PartnerMetazone
Sector AdvisorYeo Lay (eWVvbGF5QHN1c3MuZWR1LnNn)

 

Project TitleSUSS Learn, Experience, and Develop (SUSS LEAD)
Project ScopeAcademic and social-emotional support and mentoring for vulnerable children with the aim of inspiring them to
dream big
Commitment12 months commitment, including
• Relevant training on mentoring and coaching children and youth;
• Weekly/bi-weekly academic support and mentoring; 
• Develop a SUSS Campus Tour curriculum, organize and coordinate SUSS Campus Tour
• Organise multi-disciplinary enrichment/ experiential programmes during school holidays
Community PartnerNorthwest CDC, selected current SL projects Pertapis Learn Love Live and SGE Association
Sector AdvisorMeirlin Gunawan (bWVpcmxpbmd1bmF3YW5Ac3Vzcy5lZHUuc2c=)
Yeo Lay (eWVvbGF5QHN1c3MuZWR1LnNn)
 Register your interest by 31 August 2018 (Application Closed)

 

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Project TitleSUSS Impact
Project ScopeServe and lead the SUSS student community to enrich their lives through close partnership with the Office of
Student Life, Office of Service-Learning and Community Engagement and Office of Career Development
Commitment18 months commitment, including
• Recommendation to join the 10-week Youth Corp Aspirant Leader Programme; 
• Structured leadership development and training;
• Lead and organize at least 3 projects that will benefit the SUSS student community
Community PartnerOffice of Student Life, Office of Service-Learning and Community Engagement and Office of 
Career Development
Sector AdvisorYeo Lay (eWVvbGF5QHN1c3MuZWR1LnNn) and one staff from each office

 

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Project TitleSilver Generation Ambassador (SGA) Programme
Project ScopeSilver Generation Office (SGO) trains and mobilises volunteers, known as Silver Generation (SG) Ambassadors.

During their house visits to seniors aged 65 and above, our SG Ambassadors:

(i) Explain policies and schemes to our seniors;
(ii) Connect our seniors to activities and events in the community;
(iii) Where needed, help our seniors apply for assistance

SG Ambassadors undergo training which not only equip them with knowledge of policies and schemes, 
but also soft skills to connect with seniors. SGO also collates information and data pertaining to needs of our seniors 
which is shared with various Government agencies for better service delivery
CommitmentPHASE 1 (Certification)

2 to 3 months commitment, including:
• Attend one session of Basic Training (8hrs)
• Attend one session of Community Network for Seniors (CNS) Training (4hrs)
• Induction
• On-the-Job
• Certification

PHASE 2 (Engagement)

At least 12 months commitment, including:
• Weekly engagement
Community PartnerSilver Generation Office (Agency for Integrated Care (AIC) )
Sector AdvisorChia Ming Huei (bWhjaGlhQHN1c3MuZWR1LnNn)

 

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Project TitleWILDS Marines
Project Scope
Learn about importance of mangrove, local and overseas mangroves conservation, mangroves cleanup,
Commitment12 months commitment, including
• 1-day training programme (compulsory; full-day weekends, depends on tides) to learn about mangrove in 
Singapore and conservation effort by Nparks (Sg Buloh Wetland Reserve and Pulau Ubin);
• Quarterly issue-based student reading group; 
• Be part of NParks Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve (SBWR) to act on these issues
- Mangrove restoration at abandoned aquaculture areas at SBWR,
- Organise volunteers to help with surveys, propagule collection, test planting, restoration work, monitoring 
before, during and after restoration. 
- Outreach about mangroves and SBWR during (annual) SBWR Day, Pesta Ubin, Sg Biodiversity Festival, 
Earth Day; 
• Option to lead and/or participate in overseas Service-Learning project at Lombok, Indonesia (under YEP/OEL). 
Community PartnerNParks, Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
Sector AdvisorChia Ming Huei (bWhjaGlhQHN1c3MuZWR1LnNn)

 

 

Project TitleProject "Code R.E.D"
Project ScopeHelp a local community to create a better living environment through community projects on littering 
and animal issues
Commitmentminimum 8 months commitment (depends on nature and requirements of project), including: 
- Research to discover the underlying factors that is linked to the situation 
- Stakeholder engagement to share findings and propose plans to help improve the community’s 
living environment 
- Test-bed the plans and ideas, evaluate the test-bed 
- Where possible, implement on an expanded scale and evaluate 
- Conclude the project by sharing the teams’ insights with SUSS, MSO and MSO’s partner agencies namely NEA and AVA 
Community Partner• MSO and our partner agencies such as AVA, NEA and Town Councils
• Grassroots Organisations (where necessary)
• Dependent on the research findings by the students on the situation, may possibly involve VWOs or 
NGOs in the community
Sector AdvisorChia Ming Huei (bWhjaGlhQHN1c3MuZWR1LnNn)
 
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