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Career Conversation Finale: Pursuing a career in Public Sector Leadership

All job seekers


If you are looking to pursue a career in the Public Sector, this session is specially curated for YOU!

About this Event

Re:Work Career Conversation Finale Public Sector Leadership In partnership with the Public Sector Commission, Public Sector Division, and scholarships resource portal, BrightSparks, the final session of Re:work Career Conversation will discuss the career pathways and development opportunities for Malay/Muslim youths that want to serve Singapore as their chosen career path. This session is both for aspiring Public Sector scholars, and aspiring Public Sector Leaders!
  • Hear from the Public Sector Commission, BrightSparks and Malay/Muslim scholars on tips and resources to clinch a public sector scholarship.
  • Learn more about the Public Service Leadership Programme from the Public Service Division and young Malay/Muslim public sector leaders on the development opportunities available for successful candidates.
We save the best for last! Join us in a Fireside Chat with Mid-Career Malay/Muslim public leaders on their career journeys and what to look forward to when considering joining the public service family. Look no further and secure your seat NOW. Re:Work (formerly Graduates Tea) is MENDAKI Club's flagship career convention. In view of the evolving COVID-19 situation, Re:Work 2020 is a year-long series of virtual workshops/clinics and webinars to offer career-related support to graduating youths and young professionals looking to thrive at work.

Virtual event

Date: Saturday, October 31, 2020
Time: 3:00 am - 4:00 am
Timezone: UTC+8 (check your local time here)

Registration required? Yes

Cost: Free

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