Have an idea for a social enterprise but don’t know how to get going? This article shows you how you can get your social enterprise started in 4 quick steps!
Regardless of whether you’re an incoming freshie or a penultimate student, here are 2 extremely applicable questions to ask yourself in your university journey.
Particularly for healthcare which can get uncomfortable at times, nothing beats the comfort of being at home – this is where start-up Jaga-Me comes in. Jaga-Me is a digital healthcare company which seeks to smoothen out the user experience of healthcare by connecting healthcare professionals with patients, so that they can receive quality healthcare at home.
Have you ever had a friend or colleague who just can’t seem to put their phone down? Are you that person? If so, it is time to disconnect from technology and reconnect with your life
So you’ve just been called up for the interviews. Hooray! But the war isn’t over. Time to start prepping for the final showdown. Here are 5 tips to land your spot.
Yes - this is yet another international women’s day post, jumping onto the marketing bandwagon just so we don’t have a major case of #fomo. But don’t worry, we are not as absurd in taking advantage of this day as some companies are. Today’s post is meant to inspire and motivate you to get up and go (boys are welcomed too)!
The Aramco Asia Cup 2017 is a sustainability competition jointly organised by Enactus and Aramco Asia, which featured 5 Asian countries — China, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines and South Korea. Team Second Nature from Enactus NTU represented Singapore and we spent 4 days and 3 nights in Beijing, from 3 to 6 November 2017 (Friday — Monday).
The Enactus Fireside Chat is a new initiative to expose Enactus students to various personnels and learn from their experiences. The Fireside Chats aim to expose Enactus students to knowledge sharing not only about social entrepreneurship, but also other topics such as leadership or working in the corporate world.
This year, Enactus World Cup took place in 2017. Our Enactus NUS team which represented Singapore at the competition shares their greatest takeaways from the competition!
The Global Goals discussions were a highlight of the Enactus World Cup 2017, to raise awareness of, and drive conversation about the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). During the World Cup, I was honoured to be selected as a Global Goals Ambassador representing Goal 10 on Reduced Inequalities. There were 15 other ambassadors of different nationalities for each of the respective goals.
As a freshie in Singapore Polytechnic, Enactus didn’t struck me then as a really ‘cool’ CCA club ( co-curricular activities club). In fact, I only knew more about Enactus when I was invited to attend the Enactus Nationals Singapore 2016. Also, I had the opportunity to learn more about social entrepreneurship when I did my overseas project in the Philippines and also recently when I attended the Enactus Nationals Malaysia 2017.
I am Terence, the co-Project Director for Neighbourhood Noms. My team consists of myself, my co-Project director, Lennard Tay and 6 Project Executives: Amelia, Anisha, Fang Yi, Jim Kai, Wan Ru and Yuli. Neighbourhood Noms’ mission is to connect low income housewives and tourists, and even locals, by providing a uniquely Singaporean heartland experience.
The Enactus Singapore National Competition is an annual event organised as a prelude to the Enactus World Cup. The competition brings together students in Enactus clubs from key tertiary institutions to showcase their projects and how they have improved the lives of others through their entrepreneurial initiatives.
The first Startathon is going to be organised on 8th July. Aimed to induct the students into Enactus and kickstart their projects, the students undergo team and project goal-setting activities to decide the next steps. Not only that, they will be introduced to their respective mentors!
Stanley Chia is an Enactus alumni of both Ngee Ann Polytechnic (formerly known as NP SIFE) and Enactus NTU. Stanley is the Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Cialfo Pte Ltd, an online platform offering college admission consulting services. As an education consulting firm, they help students apply to the top US/UK universities with systems analysing the students’ profiles and recommending schools. Just last year, Cialfo successfully expanded its footprint into the China market.
Jaisalmer or “the Golden City” is situated in the state of Rajasthan, close to the Indian-Pakistan border. The Jaisalmer Fort is one of the magnificent icons here. The city is also known for its leather products silver jewellery and embroidery on silk and cotton.
In our contemporary world many of us have the experience of making public presentations. We often present either at the university in front of our mates or at work in front of the colleagues or clients. Have you ever asked yourself what makes some presentations so successful? Of course, you might say that there are plenty of factors. But let us concentrate on at least five basic principles that make the foundation of a good presentation.
Drawing from his experience of reaching the semi final round of the Enactus World Cup 2015 with his team from the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, Daksh Arora, a Research Undergraduate at the Faculty of Engineering, National University of Singapore, tells us how to shine on the biggest stage.
With summer vacation comes the internship season. Some of you may have applied for the internship as a chance to equip yourself with the skills or knowledge for your career option before graduation. Or you may be one of those who would rather be on holiday in Seoul but is forced to be there because it is a compulsory requirement for graduation.
Three weeks ago, our latest batch of students from the polytechnics embarked on their Enactus journey when they attended their first Pre-Accelerator Workshop. For some, this will be their first baby steps towards improving communities around them through entrepreneurial action, as they learned about problem identification and how to generate ideas to address them. For others, a path of personal discovery and development awaits. No one today can be sure where this journey will take them.