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.
The leader who finds great fulfillment in union work
It's always important to find meaning in what we do. It gives one the motivation to do more the next time. Find out how Yong Jun made positive impact in CIEU where he was able to defend a fellow union member from losing his job.
Because I can, so why not?
Akidah personifies someone who has a heart for volunteering works, as she often avails herself whenever situations call for it. Read on to find out more about Akidah, on what Young NTUC means to her, why she joined SUBE and what her job in the media industry is like!
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.
How to Succeed in Your Traineeship: Be Intentional
Now that you’re done attending career fairs and scouring job portals, you’re wondering how to make the most of this unique opportunity. What is the best way to make new connections, optimise capacity building, and maybe even land a full-time job? The answer - be intentional during your traineeship.
How to Help People Suffering from Mental Wellness
Now more than ever, we should help each other get through this pandemic. There are many who are already suffering from mental distress and if we know them personally, we ought to do our part to support them. Find out what are some of the ways we can do to help our loved ones.
A Quick Guide to Networking in the Age of COVID-19
When it comes to job hunting, the adage “it’s not what you know, but who you know”, couldn’t be more than true. While social distancing guidelines and stay-at-home orders have made it impossible to network the traditional way, there are still alternatives to grow your professional connections.
Surviving the Corporate World
As a fresh graduate or someone who has been in the corporate world aka the real world for some time now, it is not uncommon to yearn for tips on how you can survive the competition. Find out from Andrew Tan as he shares some insights into surviving the corporate world!
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