Giving youth hope for a better future

Together with EtonHouse Group, we offer internship positions at EtonHouse campuses for youth interested in a career in early childhood.

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WHY INTERNSHIP FOR YOUTH?

Helping youth by helping others

Youth at-risk often face multiple stressors in life, including difficulty transitioning successfully into adulthood.

By providing them with internship opportunities, they can improve their livelihood and on-the-job skills to succeed in life.

A career in early childhood can be especially rewarding, as it gives them the chance to make a positive difference to other children.

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WHO WE IMPACT

Instilling confidence in at-risk youth

This internship programme is designed for youth recommended by the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) who have expressed interest in a career in early childhood.

With the guidance of a dedicated mentor, interns will gain relevant knowledge and skills, as well as confidence to prepare for future employment in the field.

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PROGRAMME DETAILS

Connecting at-risk youth to career opportunities

We partnered with the MSF to launch an internship programme for youth in 4 EtonHouse campuses.

3-month internship

Gain relevant work experience at one of our EtonHouse campuses.

  • Internship ProgrammeInterns get attached to EtonHouse campuses for 3 months in various roles, including administration and classroom assistants.
  • Career FairEtonHouse educators participate in the MSF Human Library Virtual Career Fair to share about career opportunities in early childhood.
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What you can do

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See how you can contribute to making a real impact on young lives.
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