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Centre of Excellence for Social Good (CESG)

The Centre of Excellence for Social Good (CESG) aims to provide learning as a platform for different communities to advance social good. Serving as a key node to forge synergy among the non-profit, public and private sectors, CESG will engage in education, multidisciplinary research and collaboration that enhance the non-profit sector’s capabilities and practices. 

It was launched on November 6, 2020 through a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between SUSS and the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth (MCCY)’s Singapore Cares Office (SG Cares Office).

Advancing SUSS's Social Mission

CESG enables a network of organisations to collaborate and contribute their respective capabilities. This is achieved in the following ways:

  • Training and Education - To provide learning as a platform for different communities to advance social good. Its current suite of non-profit management postgraduate programmes and certificate courses including the COC-SUSS Certificate in High Performing Charities are evidence-based and results-focused to build organisational capabilities towards solving existing and emerging problems. These higher-learning programmes and courses aim to enable participants to apply management and market disciplines to social causes that will enhance the performance of non-profit organisations. 
  • Multidisciplinary Research - To draw on faculty expertise from different schools in applied research relevant to Singapore and Asia. Through research and knowledge creation, CESG aims to advance next practice and develop deep capabilities in the non-profit sector. 
  • Strategic Collaboration - To build an ecosystem in close collaboration with the people, public and private sectors, that will drive civic participation and increase civic capacity. We aim for a thriving ecosystem in the community that will nurture an integrative CSR model for employers and employees. This will open up more opportunities for purposeful service learning, internship and volunteerism.  

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