January 20, 2017 by alansoh79
It is a brand new year.
It is time for us to take charge of our lives, and strive to equip ourselves with new skills so that we can be independent and fly high.
A friend of mine has founded a new social enterprise called Taking Flight 启飞, which aims to help provide fair employment opportunities and personal development for disadvantaged youths in Singapore (which includes physically challenged, at-risk and those below the poverty line).
This is achieved through business process consultations with small and medium-size enterprises (SMEs) to clearly identify portions of the value chain that could be undertaken by these Singaporean youths.
Together with the job match, Taking Flight will look to value-add to the persons in the following areas:
i) Personal Development (such as On-boarding, Workplace training, Continuing Education)
ii) Financial Development (such as Coaching/ Mentoring by experienced volunteers, financial literacy skills)
iii) Career Development
The social enterprise has currently started efforts in the financial industry to take on a few different roles starting March 2017. This pilot effort will provide part-time employment for a duration of 3 months before review and scaling.
Looking for Singaporeans or Permanent Residents who are:
– aged 18 years old and above,
– able to speak simple English with anyone outdoors,
– can be from disadvantaged families, physically-challenged, deaf, or youths-at-risks,
– IT savvy enough to use a smartphone or a tablet PC.
If you or know any fellow Singaporeans who have a keen desire to break out of their cycles to become someone strong and independent one day, would like to occupy free time slots to earn some income on part-time basis, this is the place for them to start embarking on a journey of personal transformation.
Working hours are flexible. The jobscope is doable and it pay wells.
The founder has more than 15 years of prior work experience in conceptualisation, implementation and reviewing of the Youth Sector Development Framework and establishing grant relations with many non-profit organisations in Singapore.
He is not looking at 20 individuals, in fact more than 100.
To find out more details via a non-obligatory chat over a cup of friendly coffee, or to express interest, you may e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or Mr Yap Keng Hwee at email@example.com.