Voices of Youth
Internships are powerful tools, our writer says. Not only do they provide a platform to navigate the working world, they also allow you to groom your soft skills.
I graduated late last year in the throes of the pandemic. But it wasn’t until a year later that I attended my convocation ceremony in person. To say the least, it was a surreal feeling to have finally graduated. The past two years have been a rollercoaster ride of...
The only co-operative social enterprise business challenge saw a whopping 520 participants last year, the highest since its inaugural run in 2019. If you like Shark Tank and have a heart for social good, this is for you. Singapore National Co-operative Federation...
eBooks and eReaders have gained a lot of traction for being a more sustainable and convenient alternative to reading physical books. How does it really compare? Read on to find out!
Unless you are living under the rock, you would have heard of the iconic honeycomb challenge from Netflix’s Squid Game.
The pressure to do well academically may get in the heads of most students and parents. Here are some mental health tips to take note.
Having graduated recently, our writer shares the nifty tips and tricks to better navigate the job market and help fresh grads get their first job.
Many of us have taken the phrase ‘Pics or it didn’t happen’ too seriously, don’t you think? Be it wealth, intellect, or success, people somehow need the world to know we are in possession of all these things. We are so used to snapping and posting up photos and...
Feeling lost now that NS is over? Click on this article to find out more about what you can do. Here are 5 ways you can spend your time after ORD!
In this article, we break down the reasons why I love listening to podcasts and why you should too! Read on for some podcast recommendations for the curious mind.
If there is one thing that I have taken away from my days as a cadet, it would be the love of climbing mountains. As a cadet, I had the opportunity to traverse dense jungles and conquer peaks. There is just something about being within nature, climbing slowly but...
Have you seen the Hong Kong-esque neon sign boards in Jurong Point? What about the Japanese Food Street that is reminiscent of a stroll down the famous Dōtonbori Shopping Street in Japan? Read this article to find out more about the treasures within Jurong Point!
Am I missing out if I don’t go to uni? Will taking a gap year slow me down too much? I share my thoughts on uni in Singapore in this article.
Overwhelming responsibilities of adulthood has made me appreciate a few qualities of my father which I never had realised before. Read on as I reflect on his humble successes – What can I learn from it?
If you just completed your National Service, now is the time to improve your skillsets for the next phase in life. Here are some ways you can do so!
3 NTUC Foodfare locations – Pasir Ris Central Hawker Centre, Kampung Admiralty Hawker Centre, Bukit Panjang Hawker Centre bringing you 15 must try dishes!
Beginning the IB journey can be intimidating but also very exciting. Samantha shares 6 things she wishes she knew before starting her IB Diploma journey.
IB can be extremely demanding with the workload. Here are 4 pieces of advice on how to improve your organisation skills for IB students, by an IB student.
Incoming IB students: struggling to come up with ideas for CAS? Here are 4 tips from a current IB student on how to choose your activities.
Selecting which courses to take in IB can be quite overwhelming. SNCF shares 5 tips from a current IB student on how you should go about the process.
Do good, feel good. There are many ways you can contribute to the community as a small business owner. Read on for some ideas and inspiration!
Engaging your audience on social media platforms can be tricky, some people are hard to please! Read this article to learn 6 updated ways you can increase audience engagement and develop good customer relationships for your business!
What is the IB? What does the program entail? Here is a beginner’s guide to the International Baccalaureate (IB) program from an IB student’s perspective.
Want to start your own small business but have no idea where or how to begin? Should you start with online or physical business? Read this article before embarking on your entrepreneur business venture!
Are you looking to start your own business? Do you have a crafty hobby that can be made profitable? Start earning some extra cash while doing the things you love! Read on to find out how I turned my hobbies into businesses!
Have you thought about what you are going to wear on the first day of poly or school? Here are some fresh school or polytechnic outfit ideas to inspire you and leave you with a great outfit to show off!
Many of us spend a good amount of our lives learning to improve ourselves to reach our ultimate career goal. If we could instantly acquire a quality or skill to propel you forward, what would it be?
Need a quiet space to work on your assignments and project work? Do not worry, these study spots in Ngee Ann Poly have got you covered! With facilities like charging stations, air conditioning and computers, these study areas are definitely conducive for your needs.
Wondering where to go in Korea? Beyond shopping in Myeongdong and Gyeongbokgung, we suggest Noryangjin Fish Market, Gangchon Rail Park and more.
Looking to buy some sick vintage clothes and handmade accessories? Read more to discover some local student businesses in Ngee Ann Polytechnic! These shops sell trendy, artsy and affordable items that are sure to interest you!
In a bid to continue my healthy eating streak, I decided to experiment with more DIY vegetable chips! This time, with sweet potato and broccoli. Read on to find out!
Interested in volunteering for disadvantaged groups of people, animals and saving the environment? Here are 5 benefits of joining community service CCAs!
Reminder: SNCF Co-operative Scholarship will be closing soon on 15th March 2021! Apply now and become one of our Scholars with a Heart!
When it comes to travelling with friends, some of the most common destinations include Taiwan, Bangkok, Vietnam, Bali, Phuket and Korea will come to my mind. Usually, these choices come up as they are considered as affordable, safe and photogenic countries to my...
From moral support to embracing horrible results with me and allowing me to experience and drop tuition, my parents have helped me in JC in their own ways.
Cheers under NTUC FairPrice has launched an unmanned store at Our Tampines Hub which leverages on technology to give new experience to retail stores.
Stressing about Project Work in your Junior College? Read on to find out how you can cope and strive for this subject with the 3 recommended tips.
SNCF Co-operative Scholarship 2021 starts now till 15 March 2021. Hesitate no more if you are going to local universities as a local or PR! Read on to find out more.
Creathon 2021 is a virtual social business challenge hosted by Singapore National Co-operative Federation and supported by Pitchspot.co to engage the youth via digital platform in this unprecedented times of adapting to the new norm.
Check out this article to find out more about my experience climbing Mount Semeru, Java’s tallest active volcano, with my friends!