The 6-month long SIT Alumni Mentoring Programme takes place semiannually, commencing in March and September each year. Mentors and mentees are expected to fulfill the following requirements:
Established in 2022 with the support from the SIT Advancement & Alumni Division, ATM Alumni acts as a stepping stone for networking within the industry with the Industry Advisory Committee. More importantly, the group also acts as a bridge between the current student as well as the industry and also a way to keep everyone in touch.
Founded in 2022 with the support of the SIT Advancement and Alumni Division, the SIT GSA Alumni Group was established as a platform for current creatives to network and exchange ideas. More importantly to get in touch with creative agency to provide freelance projects for GSA gradates.
SIT GSA Exco
Founded in 2020 with the support of the SIT Advancement and Alumni Division, the SIT Ballroom Alumni Group was established as a platform for current and budding dancers to pursue their passion for Ballroom across the Standard, Latin and Social discipline. SIT Ballroom AG aims to connect alumni through ballroom dance classes, workshops and social events.
SIT Ballroom Exco
Founded by a group of enthusiastic civil engineering alumni from SIT in March 2022. The SIT Civil Engineering Alumni Group is to inspire loyalty and pride among alumni and friends by developing and enhancing their continued relationship within the industry and programme.
As civil engineers we build lives not just structures, let’s strive towards building our future together! The dreamers and the doers
SIT Civil Engineering Exco:
The SIT Muzeka Alumni Group was formed in April 2022 with the support of the SIT Advancement and Alumni Division. This group is a platform for alumni to express themselves through music and aims to provide a safe space for everyone to experience the joy of music-making, no matter your experience or musical background.
SIT Muzeka Exco
During my experience mentoring both my mentees, I was able to learn about their lives and how they dealt with their problems. I felt that it was an enriching experience for me as a mentor to be able to learn from them as well.
I highly recommend our current and future SIT Alumni to participate in this program simply because there is so much opportunity to learn both as a mentor and as a mentee.
Jonathan Lim, Alumni Mentor
Cycle 1 & 3
Nursing Practice, UOM
Class of 2015
“I’ve always believed in giving back and mentoring youths. It’s my personal goal to dedicate my time to grow as a mentor this year and the SIT mentorship programme is a perfect platform that matches mentors to the pool of ambitious mentees.
It wasn’t just the mentees who benefited from this programme, it was a two-way learning process as I’ve gained knowledge on the happenings around gen Zs and also discovered how I can contribute as a mentor.”
Hotel Administration, UNLV
Class of 2013
It’s great how the relationship with my mentee has evolved into one where we can support each other. It is not just a one-way street where I share guidance and provide feedback, but I have also learned from them about how I can better myself.
Priscilla Foo, Alumni Mentor
I choose to mentor because I see it as social responsibility and hope to see SIT produce graduates who not only possess practical industry work skills but also be people-oriented leaders in this society.
Tan Wei Liang,
Class of 2015
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