Civic Internships enable students to work in socially responsible workplaces, and apply their skills and knowledge to promote social good. While this develops them to become work-ready professionals, it also nurtures them to become advocates who help build a better world.
Currently some 100 organisations and companies are on board as our Civic Internship partners. For details on what is involved in being a Civic Internship partner, please click
If you are from an organisation that is interested to be a Civic Internship partner, or if you are a student keen to take up a Civic Internship, please email us at
Interested Ngee Ann students can click here (sign in and password required) to see the types of internship positions available for the current semester.
Accountancy student Ng Kai Qing learnt that modifying work to include the differently-abled can pave the way for a more inclusive society.
Mass Comm student Nurul Zulriah Zan got to better understand Singapore's social landscape while staying true to media-related work while interning at YCS.
Engineering student, V C Endraan, understood the value of empathy during his civic internship stint in DiDsg, working alongside the visually impaired.
School of Humanities & Social Sciences student Jakelyn Yong brought what she had learnt in school and new ideas to create more awareness of cord blood banking.
InfoComm Tech student Raymond Tan was exposed to a wide spectrum of IT practical knowledge while working with people with disabilities during his civic internship stint at Project Dignity.
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