Other platforms through which student leaders may choose to contribute to further their leadership skills include:
1. Career Teaching Assistant
Teaching Assistants (TA) under the Career Development Office (CDO) are trained to conduct upskilling workshops for their peers. The topic and content of the Peer Mentoring workshops are co-developed by the TAs and CDO staff mentors, and are designed to help students build work-applicable skills.
Students keen on becoming a TA can look out for job openings on InPlace@SUSS.
2. Community Engagement (CE) Leaders
CE leaders initiate opportunities for collaboration with community/social organisations and actively participate in the community to address social issues and create social impact. CE projects are often student-led, with guidance from both their community partner mentor and OSL staff mentor.
3. Youth Corps Leaders
Students who are keen on growing their community leadership knowledge and skills can join the Youth Corps Leaders Programme, where they will get equipped with essential skills such as community needs analysis and stakeholder management to serve and lead change in the community. Beyond initiating community projects with funding support from Youth Corps Singapore, students will be able to lead other volunteers in Youth Corps programmes and pursue their passion through interest-based clusters.