Scholars Development Programme
“We Get YOU Places”
The Scholars Development Programme adopts a broad-based and holistic approach that aims to develop our members to their full potential, groom them for scholarships of their choice and empower them to achieve their career goals and aspirations. The programme also develops all members of this programme to be compassionate, informed (global outlook & concerned citizen) and skilful leaders who would take on a scholarship and serve the community in his/her best capacity in future.
Mission: To provide promising students with meaningful guidance, opportunities and exposure to make them compassionate, informed and skilful leaders in the 21st Century.
Vision: A Scholar, A Leader, An Active Contributor
Members of this programme are empowered through:Structured Mentoring Programme
Each student will be assigned a teacher as his/her personal mentor whom he/she can look to for academic guidance and advice, developmental needs and plans, socio-emotional learning needs, insights into careers and general sharing of experiences.
MP Attachment Programme
Scholars are attached to a Member of Parliament during the Meet-the-People Sessions. They are able to gain an insight of the real concerns of the community and how the MP views and resolves issues as a community leader.Grassroots Engagement Programme
A community-based project that is designed to expose our scholars to higher-level community work. It aims to deepen our scholars’ understanding of the community and environment so that they can be compassionate leaders.Leadership Training Camp @ Yuhua
Students in the Scholars Development Programme will partner with Yuhua Community Club to plan and organise a 2 Day 1 Night Leadership Camp for youths residing in Jurong GRC during the June holidays as part of their community involvement programme. The purpose of this event seeks to provide an opportunity for students within the Scholars Development Programme to gain an insight into community work while also contribute positively back to society. In the process, they will also obtain the platform to learn important skills such as team work, communication and developing a sense of empathy.Leadership Training Camp @ Keat Hong
Students in this programme will plan and organise a 2 Day Leadership Camp for youths residing in Choa Chu Kang GRC during the June holidays as part of their community involvement programme, in conjunction with Keat Hong Community Club. This event seeks to provide an opportunity for all scholars to gain an insight into community work while also contribute positively back to society. In the process, scholars will obtain the platform to learn important skills such as team work, communication and developing a sense of empathy for others. This is a new initiative mooted by the students themselves following the excellent and positive reviews and feedback from the Leadership Training Camp at Yuhua Community Club.Skills Based Workshops (Communications, Public Speaking and Interview Skills)
To better prepare and equip our students with the skills, content and disposition in overcoming rigorous scholarship interviews, the college has provided support and engaged experienced trainers to offer customised training for all members in this programme based on their individual scholarship aspirations.