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Learning to Get Back on Her Own Feet
It was no easy feat to get back into the workforce after a hiatus of more than a decade, but Ms Peng Wan Joo (Arts and Social Sciences ’99) didn’t let the challenges hinder her success.
A Blessing In Disguise
Ms Teresa Pang (Design and Environment ‘96), a practitioner in the field of Architecture and Urban Planning, recounts how COVID-19 gave her the opportunity to learn again.
Laying the Foundation
Mr Addison Bain (Engineering ’13), 31, technology consultant and the top MSc I4.0 student in the first cohort, on his decision to upskill and stay relevant in a rapidly-changing economy.
A Heart for Learning
Find out how cardiologist Dr Natalie Koh (Medicine ’09) is benefitting from an Executive MBA education.
Going The Extra Mile
Klo’e Ng (Design and Environment ‘13), 29, Urban Planner and Entrepreneur, shares how an Entrepreneurial Marketing course gave her start-ups a leg up.
Lessons from the Top
Effective leaders are lifelong learners, shares Mr James Leong (Business ’88), 55, CEO and master trainer of Visions.One Consulting.
The Compassionate Family Physician
Dr Galih Kunarso (Science ’06, Duke-NUS ’13, Medicine ’18) shares on his spirit of continuous learning in his pursuit to improve lives as a doctor.
Guided into Career Success
Ms Choo Hui Jia had her reservations about seeing a career counsellor. But she’s glad she decided to do it because it taught her how to turn the negative into positive.
Leaving Behind Retirement
Not quite done with his career yet, Mr Chong Khin Yong returned to the working world with the help of Workforce Singapore.
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