Faces of Co-operators Quiz showcases youths who share their passion for promoting the well-being of communities where we live and work this Youth Day 2020!
5 active ways to build a sustainable Singapore from the examples of global co-operatives as well as YOU! You play a part to fight against climate change!
Are you in NUS? Too many camps choices and do not know which one to signup for? Here is a guide for you to decide on a fun experience in various camps.
SNCF explores 5 Telegram channels that NUS students should join, such as NUSSU’s Official Telegram Channel, dateideas Singapore, SG Kiasu Foodies, and more.
Journey to Co-operative Quiz allows youths to know about the local co-operative industry for them through the lens of Learning Journey done by youths.
Newly Co-ops was formed in such a time like this, braving through uncertainty to set up co-ops during COVID-19. Read on to find how couragous they are!
Circuit Breaker is coming to an end on 1st June 2020. Read on to find out what will you miss during this period of time. Wearing mask or safe distancing?
Thrift and loan services are not for just adult, but for students too! If you are interested to know about possible loans for students, read on for more!
FairPrice Xtra @ Vivo City being one of the biggest outlet for FairPrice Xtra brings you an extraordinary experience which you never encounter in all the outlets.
Ever wondered how the backend of the hotel is like? Want to learn more about Seacare Co-operative and the Hotel? This article is for you then!
Ever wondered who the people behind the customer service calls are? Today we went to NTUC Income’s Contact Centre to find out more about these customer service officers, what they do, and how they do it!
A personal account of the fun and enriching learning journey to Wavelink Maritime Institute with Holy Innocents’ High School.
There’s so much more to those void deck childcare centres than meets the eye! On my visit to NTUC First Campus, we saw how NTUC First Campus supports working parents: Not only by providing affordable quality care for their children, but by educating parents as well!
In the month of April 2020 where Singaporeans stay home and stay safe during the Circuit Breaker period, we published the Co-operative Values Series where we shared about the co-operative values that make an individual a caring and productive person and inspire...
There wouldn’t be collaboration. Everybody would just take over everything! Get together and share what you have. Because that is what a co-op is.
Solidarity: strength in unity. Teamwork makes the dreamwork. Only when everyone puts in effort, can the team succeed. That’s how great co-ops are made.
In the Co-operative Values Series, we shared about the co-operative values that will make an individual a caring and productive person and inspire individuals to come together to enhance the betterment of the communities. In this article, we talk about two co-op...
4 weeks of Circuit Breaker in Singapore might inspire many to do things that they usually do not do. Read on to find more about 3 possible things to do.
Democracy: everybody has equal say in a co-op. Nobody is bigger or smaller. Everybody is heard. Even FC Real Madrid is a co-op. And it practices democracy.
Self-responsibility: what is your role in a co-op? Learn about co-ops such as NTUC First Campus Co-operative Ltd. Know what self-responsibility means.
Self-help: what can you earn? You can profit from co-op! Simply be part of a co-op and contribute to it. Who doesn’t love helping themselves?
A co-op is a collaboration. Find out more about the co-op values which include self-help, self-responsibility, democracy, equality, equity and solidarity.
Explore: 4 Famous Brands Which Actually Are Co-operatives In San Francisco, United States of America
We can find cooperatives all over the world, planted among the many stores and businesses we come across. In San Francisco, co-operatives are found in all sorts of industries. Let’s find out more about these enterprises in the U.S.!
A little something for anyone going through a big change.
Other than Mount Fuji, Sashimi and Ramen, Japan has more than what it could offers. Read on to know more about the 3 top places to explore in Kyoto!
Struggling to stay afloat in school? Here are 7 tips to making your school life more manageable from a student studying in Dunman High!
As a Year 5 that has spent my four years in the Dunman High School Chinese Orchestra (DHSCO), my journey has been filled with challenges, but also joy, satisfaction and meaningful relationships. DHSCO has given me a shot at becoming a musician and will continue to do so — this is my story.
Culture shock: The sense of confusion and uncertainty sometimes with feelings of anxiety that may affect people exposed to an alien culture or environment without adequate preparation. To say that I experienced culture shock when I first stepped into Dunman High...
With the bubble tea craze where you see millennials queueing for the highly raved Tiger Sugar, Xinfutang and The Alley, you will undoubtedly think of its origin: Taiwan. The motherland of bubble tea might be one of Taiwan’s tourist attractions, but this country has...
CREATHON 2020 was organised by the Singapore National Co-operative Federation (SNCF) on 18 to 19 January this year. Being the first ever co-operative business challenge organised in Singapore, Creathon was significant as it helped introduce the concept of...
2019 has been a ride for SNCF Campus and Youth Team. How has it been treating the team? Read on to find out more of what the team has done!
Grace left her comfort in Singapore to Nepal for her 2-weeks of Community Service Project during her first year in SMU. Read on to see how she give her all through teaching, playing and painting for the children!
Here are 5 tips on how to pitch a business idea! You will never know when the opportunity will arise to pitch an idea. A pitch could make or break your business.
A business plan is a formal written document of your business’ future, indicating your business goals and how these goals can be attained.
My visit to Japan, Osaka, was during the transition from Spring to Summer in May of 2018. I absolutely adore Osaka! The food, the shopping, the weather, the food. There were many highlights on this trip so here’s a list of places I would highly recommend:
Ever feel like stuck in your business ideas generation stage? SCOOP is guiding you 6 ways on how to brainstorm your business ideas!
1. What are defined as social issues? Social issues are problems that influence a considerable number of individuals within a society. It is often a consequence of factors beyond the individual's control or social environment. Some example of social issues in...
Last call for Creathon 2020’s registration in 2 weeks time! Stand a chance to win $4,000 and a start up opportunity for open category! $400 for school category!
Have you ever wonder what to do in Queenstown? Not the Queenstown in Singapore. SCOOP brings you the Top 5 things to do in Queenstown, New Zealand.
This weekend, the Singapore National Co-operative Federation will be kicking off their 3-day carnival as a grand finale to a year-long series of pop-art events. Happening from 18 – 20 Oct, the carnival will be graced by President Halimah Yacob where there will be a...