At age 40, Desmond Khoo switched from the media to the healthcare industry and found his calling as a radiographer.
As a student, Zulayqha Zulkifli received education support. Now she pays it forward by helping disadvantaged families.
Daniel Ravindran turned his life around at ITE and with support, went on to graduate from polytechnic and university.
Landscaper Ng Mun Hoe upskilled through the Progressive Wage Model and rose through the ranks to become a supervisor.
When Suriah Bte Abd Jalil returned to Singapore after being away for 5 years, her biggest concern was to secure a job. She did it with the help of a work attachment.
Madam Yeo became a cleaner to support her family after her husband’s passing. Through the Progressive Wage Model, she was promoted and better able to provide for her daughter.
An unexpected event in her family changed Jenny Ong’s life. With education subsidies and determination, she got back on her feet.
A traumatic experience prompted Jay Ng to rethink his life and use his entrepreneurial skills to uplift underprivileged workers.
Retrenched at 50, former banker Arnold Lim found a new career in the IT industry under the Career Conversion Programme.
Thanks to the encouragement from her school and community, 17-year-old Hafiza developed a newfound confidence to take on life’s challenges.
Under the guidance of teachers and mentors, Nuraini excelled in her Work-Study Diploma programme.
From newbie to top trainee, the Work-Study Diploma helped Jack navigate his workplace confidently.