Guest of Honour, Mr Lim Swee Say, Minister for Manpower (fourth from the right), with SCS President Howie Lau
(fourth from the left) and six industry representatives at the launch of the TeSA Integrated Career Services.
Over 110 Senior and Fellow SCS members stepped forward as ICT Mentors to guide the way forward amidst uncertainties
Against the backdrop of ongoing economic transformation, SCS introduced the SCS Career Compass – an initiative under the SCS TechSkills Accelerator (TeSA) Programme – in collaboration with Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA), Workforce Singapore (WSG), National Trade Union Congress (NTUC) and Institute of Employment and Employability (e2i) on 21 October to help members and tech professionals cope with immediate needs and prepare for the new economic environment ahead.
Hearteningly, more than 110 Senior and Fellow SCS members stepped forward to volunteer their service as ICT Career Mentors for SCS Career Compass, and industry advisors for the new SkillsFuture Advisors Programme. Together, SCS and partners will work closely with ICT Career Mentors to provide career and training guidance as well as assistance in career development opportunities to tech professionals through SCS Career Compass and SCS career- related events.
Wong Tew Kiat, SCS ICT Mentor, providing career advisory to tech professionals.
Find out how you can benefit from SCS Career Compass, visit https://www.infopier.sg/scs-career-compass