Resources for Education and Career Guidance Personnel

Introduction Education and Career Guidance (ECG) refers to imparting the necessary knowledge, skills, values and information to help students to make informed decisions about their education and career options. Professionals and educators provide education and career guidance to students to help them learn more about their own interests, abilities and passions. By exploring the learning… Read more »

Education and Career Guidance Resources for Students (Secondary & Above)

Introduction In your schooling years, you will be exposed to a multitude of experiences and start to develop preferences and dislikes, and may also wonder what kind of work you would like to do upon leaving school. The types of jobs and specialisations available today are more varied than before. It is important to start… Read more »

Education and Career Guidance Resources for Students (Primary)

Introduction Starting education and career awareness at an early age will give children a head start in understanding the world of employment. This resource guide aims to create awareness and expose children to a diverse range of careers and aims to widen their perspective and knowledge on the career opportunities available in today’s world. Here… Read more »

The Substation Donor Collection

Introduction The Substation is Singapore’s first independent contemporary arts centre. It was founded in 1990 by the late Kuo Pao Kun, Cultural Medallion Recipient and theatre doyen. The Substation presents a wide range of artists and programmes, supporting diversity and depth in the arts and engaging with a wide repertoire of artists. It has played… Read more »

The Arts Space (Season 1): Jalan-Jalan

The Arts Space at Level 8 of the National Library has been re-imagined as a space that brings to life our rich collection from books and photographs to artworks and poems. Inspired by the painting, “The Couple” by acclaimed Singapore artist Tan Swie Hian, the Arts librarians have set out to create a multi-purpose space –… Read more »

Teen Violence

Introduction Teen violence refers to the deviant behaviour of youths (in the adolescent age group between 13 and 21 years old) intended to cause harm to others such as their peers from school or people from their neighbourhoods. Violent acts may involve fighting, use of weapons (for example, guns and knives) and bullying. The resulting… Read more »