Presentation on theme: "STUDENT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES"— Presentation transcript:
1STUDENT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES NP-WideRun by SDARRun by LSCTTCP and NPYAALPS and ALPS+
2The Christieara Programme NP-WideStudent DevelopmentThe Christieara Programme(TCP)Selected studentsNP Youth Academy(NPYA)For all students
3The Christieara Programme (TCP) Programme to stretch high-performing studentsPersonal growthCritical thinkingGlobal perspectivesSocial responsibilityPersonal growth – career and scholarship guidance to meet aspirationsGives an edge inpreparing for careerssecuring university places & scholarshipsOverseas Merit Fellowship3-week immersion in US, Europe & AustraliaAsian Merit Fellowship9-day study programme in South Korea
4The Christieara Programme (TCP) Year 1FoundationYear 2ExplorationYear 3ConsolidationCore ProgrammeInduction CeremonyChristieara SummitHard Knocks CaféSpecialised ProgrammesPersonal EffectivenessFree to participate in any Enrichment coursesCritical Thinking & Social AwarenessEminent Speaker SeriesCurrent affairsPre-University SeminarPoly ForumYEP (IS module)MentorshipGlobal ChallengeOverseas Merit Fellowship (IS module)Asia Merit AwardFuture ReadyCareers in Public ServiceScholarship Application ClinicEnrichment coursesEmpowerment CampEffective LearnerPortfolio DevelopmentImpactful CommunicatorCareer and University PreparationHabitudesTM
5The Christieara Programme (TCP) Who is eligible for TCP?SDAR will invite students to join TCP based on GPA at the end of Semesters 1 and 2 (top academic band –roughly 10-12%)All scholarship holders are automatically part of TCPThose not in top band can still apply.When do I have to respond?July – those who receive scholarships will be enrolled.Oct – top band of students will be enrolled based on August exams.Nov – Induction Programme (3 day/2 night)
6The NP Youth Academy (NPYA) Mission NP’s strategic intent to provide extra top-up programmes for every student in NP to develop themselves in these areas:-CharacterLeadershipPersonal EffectivenessTo equip students with life skills, build confidence and resilienceFor ALL studentsVoluntary. Fully subsidised. CCA points.
7NP Youth Academy Programmes The NP Youth Academy(NPYA)NP Youth Academy ProgrammesYear 1Self DiscoveryYear 2Broadening HorizonsYear 3Real World Insights Core ProgrammesEmpowerment CampHabitudesTM Workshop (values-based leadership)Inspiring Speakers Series (dialogues with inspiring speakers)Learning JourneysLearning journeys to social enterprises, innovative organisations, public agencies and other organisationsSocial Leadership Challenge NEWEnrichmentEffective Learner WorkshopPersonal Branding & Portfolio Development WorkshopImpactful Communicator WorkshopCareer & University Preparation WorkshopZEST UP! (Student Services care & wellness programmes)*Academic Schools’ & Lib’s enrichment offerings*Programmes organised by the NP Youth Academy focus on character, leadership and personal development – essential life skills that will give you that extra edge in today’s competitive world.
8The NP Youth Academy (NPYA) Targeted group: Year 1 & 2 students Self-Discovery Camp (renamed Empowerment Camp wef 2014 ) is NP Youth Academy’s flagship foundational programme for all NP students. Key takeaways from this highly engaging and interactive programme:-Heightened self-awareness and of others (DISC profiling)Servant leadership (values-based)Social responsibility
9Leadership Development Professional Development Service Learning Student DevelopmentLSCTAcademic DevelopmentLeadership DevelopmentProfessional DevelopmentService LearningStudent’s personal development journey guided by LSCT advisors
10Course-specific skills Student DevelopmentLSCTA L P SEnablingYear 1Branding MeStudy skillsEnrichmentYear 2Resume WritingCourse-specific skillsEmpowermentYear 3GroomingInterview skillsCOMPULSORYADDITIONALe.g. Customer-service (Pharm, VBS)Tree-climbing (LDH)
11A L P S + Student Development LSCT Work in progress – publicity at the end of this semesterParticipants will have a chance to network with successful alumniPersonal mentor to chart their career path and prepare for scholarships/Interviews/uni applications.Portfolio building and chance to take part in many meetings with professionalsPriority to take part in Overseas trips including LSCT Overseas Merit Fellowship
13Student Development LSCT – Overseas Trips LSCT Overseas Trips Sep-Oct 2014Feb-Mar 2015Overseas Immersion ProgrammesVBS and CBEMBIO, BMS, Pharm, LDHMBIO/VBS aquaculture study trip to Vietnam [Dr Nevill]Nature Adventure Trips- Malaysia[Mr Hamdan]LSCT GLs’ Leadership camp[LSCT Society]Comm Service Trip[Ms Wu Siew See]VBS study trip to Malaysia[Dr Sara Zaman]EWT study trip to China[Ms Mariam Matthew]BMS-CLT trip to Malaysia[Dr Koh Tse Yuen]
14Student Development LSCT – Overseas Trips LSCT Overseas Trips Every NP student should have a chance for a subsidised overseas trip (however please read the fine print)Generally, 50% for shorter trips to Malaysia/IndonesiaGenerally, means tested for trips >$500 – so if you are well-off, you may be not be subsidised at all.How to sign up?Read your school s and check the notice boards around the lifts for instructions.Note: Not all the trips are open to first year students.
15Student Development LSCT – CCA Points 3 pieces of advice Make use of this opportunity to enrich your student life by joining clubs and groups in LSCT and NP.Take part in activities because you like them not because you need to accumulate points.Do not spread yourself too thin by joining too many clubs.if you really want to strategise…
16Student Development LSCT – CCA Points Year 1 – participate in many but towards 2nd semester choose one club to specialise in (club membership only 2 P points)Year 2 – try to e.g. get into exco or organise events (L points)join YEP, community service (S points)represent NP in event (R points – a bit more difficult)Year 3 – handover to year 2’s, spend a bit more time on studiesSpread out work because points are given for one role per evente.g. if you are MC, usher, stage crew for an event – still only credited for one role.Points are given for responsibility held or degree of representation. Points are not given for number of hours spent in preparation or work (except for community service).
17Student Development LSCT – Student Groups Societies and interest groups within LSCTLSCT Society – Dr Koh Tse Yuen, Mr ImranGreen Volunteers – Mr Eng Boon HweeCommunity Service Interest Group – Ms Wu Siew SeeHort Club – Mr SaifulSOAR – Dr Sara ZamanLSCT Ops – Dr Low Pey YngAquaculture Group – Dr Timothy TanRecruitment should start soon or already started.If you have any special talents like music, writing and videography you cannot find a suitable avenue for them, please approach me or your advisor.
18Student Development LSCT Getting the message across.. Because we don’t have assembly every week….Please check…..Notice Boards on level 4, level 5 and next to the liftsYour NP mail – especially if it comes from me – like these slidesMel – mel.np.edu.sgNP Global (for trips) –The LSCT student portal – for all student events, jobs etc.Ask your Advisor