Looking for a way to give back to your beloved alma mater but not sure where to start?
At RGS, we are honoured to be able to provide opportunities for our alumnae to make a positive impact on the lives of their fellow Sisters-at-Heart and the wider community.
Here are some of the many ways you can get involved:
The RGS Career Guidance Programmes provide diverse opportunities for students to connect with the world of work through conversations and experiences provided by our alumnae network and industry partners.1. RGS Career Guidance Programmes
We would like to invite you to share your experiences at our upcoming Education and Career Guidance event. More details can be found in the E-poster.If you would like to participate or have any queries, do contact Ms. Margaret Chye (firstname.lastname@example.org, 69706381).
We are seeking mentors among our alumnae to guide students (Year 3 Student Initiated Values In Action /SVIA) who are working on a helpdesk chatbot that addresses seniors’ needs on the use of technology.2. Helpdesk chatbot for SeniorsThese students are planning to expand their chatbot project and are looking for external mentors who will be able to guide them further.Below are links of the students’ project:
If you have relevant expertise in the field of software development and are keen to support their project, do contact us at email@example.com/6970-6459.
RGS has a long-standing culture of inquiry and advocacy. Recently, there has been an uptake on student teams within RGS who are passionate advocates of Mental Health.3. PsychiatristsWe are seeking alumnae who are practising psychiatrists who can help advise and provide feedback on these students’ information products (e.g emailers).If you have the relevant expertise and are keen to support this initiative, do contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Keen to volunteer or collaborate with us in other ways? Contact us today at email@example.com/ 6790-6459