Many colleges in Asia Pacific are participating in our Industry Mentorship Workshops and we are receiving a lot of appreciation from their students. These sessions bring the students together with industry experts and career journey specialists. The real world insights, case studies and hands on assignments have immensely benefited the students on their education to employability journeys. These workshops are completely non commercial in nature and our student communities can participate digitally from the comfort of their homes or colleges.
If you are interested, kindly get your college/university management to get in touch with us:
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Whatsapp- +65 96451625
As a grassroots organization, we will bring to you insights derived from our various community
As a first step we designed and conducted a Study on ‘Employability Challenges faced by
Youth’ entering the work space.
Here we pose some thought provoking questions to our community base and will share their candid responses directly with all of you.If you have an interesting question that you’d like us to work on, please feel free to let us know here Contact us
Ban Li Shan
“When colleagues become our friends and not some competitors to fight for positions, I think that is a blessing. Happiness grows as we work together and get along well with each other, making the work life to the fullest and excitement.”
Wen Hsu Chen
“I believe the greatest source of joy is having a sense of purpose. Examples of this could be working on your calling, feeling that you make a difference in the world or your community, and/or having a clear, larger objective to work towards.”
“In my opinion the greatest source of joy at any workplace is where I feel like I belong to a family, and where there is trust and respect.”
“A workplace, specially the first one after college is particularly intimidating. Unknown people, unknown environment, unknown expectations. The two things which give you comfort and joy, in my opinion are one, the first kindly person who offers to show you your desk and the cafeteria and everything you need. Your first friend or mentor. Two, finding your own niche, one activity at work, which you love doing. Could be editing a newsletter, partaking the CSR activities and or hosting work events. One thing close to the heart, which ties together your work world and the world beyond.”
“The greatest source of joy at a workplace is the ability to create value for the organisation, the economy and/or the country, while doing meaningful work that is perfectly aligned to one's abilities and interests.”