EMPOWERING YOUTHS AT THE WORKPLACE
Through our Youth Chapters - the youth wing of affiliated unions, young union leaders are better able to engage fellow youths at their workplace. With the support of Young NTUC, our young union leaders are provided with resources to facilitate them in reaching out and engaging their members.
Flying the NTUC Flag High
Reza was nominated by Young NTUC to be a part of the NTUC contingent for National Day Parade 2019 and 2021. He recounted that both experiences were unique and truly humbling. Beyond NDP, he is also committed to be a pillar of support for SATSWU workers and members. Find out more.
What would you do for the love of Singapore?
Even as we celebrated Singapore's 56th birthday in a scaled down parade, we stand strong as one people. Find out what it means to our Young Union Leaders to do their part for the love of Singapore.
BONDING THROUGH AFFINITY GROUPS
Team Young NTUC brings together youths of similar interests and causes. Youths come together as affinity groups to lead initiatives which they are passionate about. From environmental issues, animal welfare, volunteering to performing arts, we help our members make a difference to themselves and the society.
There is No "Love at First Sight"
Daniel Tan, a Career Guide with Young NTUC offers a sensible reality check for first-jobbers or fresh graduates who are starting to find their footing at work."Many people didn’t just find a job that they love right from start. Focus on landing the job first but keep and open mind."
Seeing the World with the Singapore's Can-Do Spirit
As a Career Guide and a youth himself, Nicholas Lim believes that one should never be defined by what they studied, "We can bring a fresh pair of of lens to the organisation and help them to reinvent new methods to age-old problems." Read more about Nicholas' story on how he managed to successfully
Common Credit Traps & How to Avoid It
As we progress into different phases of life, our needs and wants will constantly change and so does our spending habits. To avoid running into serious debt problems in future, here’s what you should know:
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