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Follow us at https://t.me/youngntuc for updates on latest programmes! Find out more at www.youngntuc.org.sg and www.lit.sg
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<Job Opportunities> New job picks for you! Multiple companies offering full-time permanent positions and internships in engineering, IT, supply chain & logistics, marketing and product management. Check out the available positions and visit www.lit.sg/jobs-permanent and www.lit.sg/internship for more details! :)

For other job opportunities, please go to:
www.lit.sg/jobs-permanent
www.lit.sg/jobs-traineeship
www.lit.sg/internship
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Is being a COVID-19 Generation Youth a Boon or Bane?
Join us tomorrow, 17 November, 8PM on Young NTUC FB Live to find out!

Given the uncertainties caused by the pandemic, we know youths today are generally anxious about their job prospects and future careers. That's why on our next and final LITerally Online series on the 17 November, 8.00PM, we are going to shed some light on the situation and hear from fellow youths, Johanna and Wilson, who are in similar boats as you.

Of course, we aren't gonna leave you just there. To end off the series, we have also invited Desmond Choo, Assistant Secretary-General of NTUC to share his advice on ways to chart forward and some of the initiatives or steps in place to help you better secure your job and income security!

Don’t miss out on this finale! Mark your calendar now and we will see you on our Facebook Live: https://www.facebook.com/yntuc/posts/10158091350827029

#YoungNTUC #YoungInSG #LITerallyOnline #COVID19
LIT Conversation: Youth Activism @ Work(places)

Why do some individuals step forward to become union leaders, and what is their role in the workplace? Get your questions answered in the next LIT Conversation episode as four passionate young union leaders share about what led them to embark on their union leadership journey, and what they do as union leaders in their respective sectors.

Sign up at www.yntuc.sg/youthactivism by 24 November 2020!
Happy Black Friday!

To round off the year, and to support those who are facing difficulties in this rough job market, our partner, Wantedly would like to invite you to their Virtual Career Connect!

Invited speakers from Trent Global College and Sparkline will give an insight into the current hiring landscape, skills that are in high demand and highlights of current job openings on the Wantedly platform.

Attendees will walk away with e-resources such as resume templates, links to job openings, and opportunities to upskill themselves with online courses available from our partners, from programming to data analytics.

When: Thursday, 3 December 2020
Time: 1.00PM to 3.00PM
Where: Virtual Workshop (Zoom)
Sign up: https://bit.ly/3lDgtcf


Event is free and recommended for fresh graduates and mid career switchers.
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Have you heard of #toast2U #Toast2Uchallenge, here's some samples of how you can record your own toast to thank the frontliners.

The Young NTUC and nEbO team behind this initiative will also like to say a big THANK YOU to all of you! Here's our very own #toast2U in appreciation of your support, and we hope to see many more of you participating in the challenge ❤️

For those who are keen to join us in this meaningful project, please start posting your own video (remember to make your post public!). Nominate your friends to keep it going! For every #Toast2U, NTUC Income will donate $2 to the NTUC - U Care Fund. Make a difference to someone's life today!

Get the caption template and check out who have joined the challenge so far @ https://www.facebook.com/uheartsg
Join ABYA, one of the Youth groups supported by Young NTUC, in their AFIA webinar || Staying ahead in ASEAN's Job Market - What are employers looking for?

Our AFIA #6 will allow you to find out on the vital hard and soft skills valued by experienced employers, and why these skills are still lacking among our workforce. 💼

We will also share resources and avenues youths may employ to acquire and master the abovementioned skills, as well as the importance of international exposure and experience in gaining leverage on the job market. 🌏

Our speakers will also share on how to view competition positively and learn from one's contemporaries across the globe 👩‍🎓👨‍💼👩‍🔧

📌 16 December 2020
6pm- 7:30pm (SGT)

🌐https://www.aseanbusinessya.com/upcomingevents/afutureinasean
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Recruitment Drive for e2i's Claims Assistant (6 months temporary)- Up to $2,000

Company Name: Employment and Employability Institute Pte Ltd
Location: Jurong East
Working hours: Monday to Friday, office hours with the ability to commit OT on Saturdays

You will support the team on administrative functions related to grant management. You will also assist in data maintenance and reporting.

Requirements
• GCE ‘A’ Level & above
• Proficient in MS Word and Excel
• Experience in claims processing will be an advantage.
• Meticulous with good numeracy and time management skills, independent and works well in a team
• Possess good written and verbal communications skills
• Pleasant personality with passion for service excellence
• Able to adapt to changes quickly in dynamic environment

Apply via https://t.me/c/1446029835/1198. You will need to be subscribed to Jobs Alert for PMET channel on Telegram: https://bit.ly/jsc-ja-pmet.

Only Singaporeans will be considered. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
With the turn of the new year, many of you who have embarked on the SG United Traineeship programme would be approaching the halfway mark. Young NTUC will like to gather some of your sentiments towards how this programme has been for you, and how we can help to further enhance your traineeship experience.

Why participate in this poll?
Help us understand your experience, pain points and the support you hope to receive. We will do our best to curate, plan and pull together resources to help you elevate and progress in your career!

To participate in the survey, visit http://bit.ly/TiP2021
As part of the “Conversations on Singapore Women’s Development” series, we want to hear from both men and women on your feedback and recommendations to help our women workers and their families thrive in the post-COVID economy, to re-think and transform the way women’s livelihoods can be protected, preserved, and secured. We invite you (35 years old and below) to join us in shaping our contributions and recommendations as our Labour Movement to achieve better jobs, better livelihoods, and better workplace for women.

Date: 23 Feb 2021, Tue
Time: 7pm - 8.30pm
Venue: Zoom
Signup: www.yntuc.sg/women
<Job Opportunities> New job picks for you! Find out available full-time and SGUnited Mid Career vacancies at Global Compact Network Singapore! Visit www.lit.sg/jobs-permanent for more details! :)

For other job opportunities, please go to:
www.lit.sg/jobs-permanent
www.lit.sg/jobs-traineeship
www.lit.sg/internship
LIT XCHANGE: 1st CHILL OUT!
22 Feb 2021, 8.00PM - 9.00PM, Zoom


Calling fresh graduates & SGUnited Trainees!

LIT Xchange by Young NTUC aims to build a sense of community among fresh graduates who are under the SGUnited Traineeships programme. In the past five months, our own Young NTUC trainees Wilson and Johanna have used the Facebook platform to share their personal journey of ups and downs!

We’re excited to share that we are organising monthly virtual Chill Out! @ LIT XChange in 2021. It will be a mix of fun networking among fellow trainees, as well as a safe space for you to share your experiences so far as a trainee and areas that you think we can support you in beyond the traineeship. Earn points into your “Joy Bucket” every time you attend and use the points to redeem gifts such as vouchers, limited edition merchandises and more. (Note: Fresh graduates who are considering to apply for a traineeship position are welcome to join in!)

Sign up @ www.yntuc.sg/litchillout
LIT Career Mentorship Programme
25 Feb 2021, 7PM - 9PM, Zoom

Register @ www.yntuc.sg/febmentorship


Meet career mentors from various industries through this curated virtual networking platform. Get career advice on what's next in your chosen industry, and tips on how you can enter, progress and develop your career. 💼🙋🏻‍♂️🙋🏻‍♀️

Session is open to all, however, if you like to be matched to a mentor for a 4-month mentorship programme, you will need to be an NTUC member to be eligible.

Register for LIT Career Mentorship now @ www.yntuc.sg/febmentorship 😊😊

Not yet one? Sign up as an NTUC Member today! Sign up @ www.lit.sg/join-ntuc
Join us in this two-part virtual dialogue series "Let's Talk Race and Religion in Singapore". Brought to you by the Eurasian Association, Singapore Youth team, this two-part series will be held on 20 Feb and 27 Feb, Sat 10am - 12.30pm. This is a safe place for youths to talk about issues and challenges relating to race and religion, exploring sensitive topics such as racial or religious discrimination, stereotyping, profiling and cultural appropriation.

Sign up @ http://bit.ly/LETSTALKRNR
With an expected slow recovery from the onslaught of the global pandemic, Young NTUC engaged a group of young PMEs to share their career-related priorities and concerns over several rounds of our pre-budget 2021 discussions.

Do you share the same concerns and aspirations as our participants? What kind of career support do you deem important to help take you through these uncertain times?

#CareerProgression #CareerPaths #MentalHealthMatters

https://www.facebook.com/55406192028/posts/10158312818937029/
At the recent Temasek Shophouse Conversations, leaders from the public, private and community sectors convened to forge multi-sector collaboration. The conversations seek to galvanise and propel communities to take action for the common good in the region and the world. Perspectives were shared: the importance of international collaboration and partnerships, the role of community response in pandemic management, and the harnessing of innovation.

If you have an interesting idea, or wish to be part of this, join us in the "Youth Action for Pandemics" initiative. This initiative is also supported by Heartware Network, National Youth Council, SMU Lien Centre for Social Innovation, and Young NTUC.

It is now time for action. Time to stand up and be counted. Let’s Do Good Together!

Find out more @ https://www.temasekshophouse.org.sg/tsc/cta/
The Supply Chain Employees’ Union (SCEU) has partnered Enterprise Singapore (ESG) on a survey to better understand perceptions of career opportunities and prospects in logistics, from the perspective of someone who is interested to join the industry or is already working in the industry.

We’d really appreciate if you could share your views with us! To join the survey, you can either scan the QR code or go to https://tinyurl.com/SceuLogisticsSurvey

For more information on SCEU, please visit www.facebook.com/joinSCEU.
The Covid-19 pandemic and the resulting economic impact have affected many people's mental health. Mental health is a growing concern and it is imperative for one to gain access to avenues to seek help when needed. If you are seeking a career in this sector, join us for the upcoming webinar organised by UPME. Sign up via http://bit.ly/MentalHealthJobs
<Job Opportunities> Keen to join the supply chain and logistics sector? We gathered a list of exciting opportunties (full-time postions and internships) from some of the prominent players in the sector. 😊

Visit www.lit.sg/jobs-permanent and www.lit.sg/internship to find out the full job descriptions and how to submit your application! 📃📰💼
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In the 2nd Temasek Shophouse Conversations, we discussed on the topic of sustainability and climate change. Keen to play a part and take action? Indicate your interest @ https://bit.ly/temasekCTA