Facilitators@NUS will be holding its recruitment drive for Academic Year 2010/2011 in the month of March. We would like to invite all interested students to join our Facilitators@NUS family.
As student facilitators, we cater and design teambuilding and leadership workshops and programmes to enhance the learning experience of NUS community. We also engage, observe and work with professional trainers, picking up facilitation skills from them to make learning more interactive, inspiring and fun.
For those who are curious in being the next generation of student facilitators yet still uncertain of what student facilitators do, come join our exciting workshops in Feb & Mar 2010 and find out what it takes to be a student facilitator (details of the workshops will be up in the IVLE and NUS school email, stay tuned!).
The invaluable experience of facilitation and experiential learning do not only sharpen essential skills such as communication, networking and organisation, they also provide an opportunity to expand social networks and reach out to a broader community. Being a Facilitators@NUS is truly a journey where you achieve personal growth in discovering the real learning moments in life. Watch our Facilitators@NUS video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BehoVqev8Eo
Once again, do check out our facilitation workshops in February and March. Click on the relevant link below to sign up to be the very next generation of Facilitators@NUS!
Deadline for registration is 11th Mar 2010. Shorlisted Candidates will be called for interview in early March.
To register for Facilitators@NUS Recruitment: click http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/BZF9LDW
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Terms & Conditions:
· As Facilitators@NUS is a volunteer group working under OSA, no CCA Points shall be awarded for the student facilitators.
· Student facilitators should have no overseas academic commitment such as SEP, NOC within their immediate one year upon acceptance of tenure.
· Selected student facilitators must be able to participate in a compulsory four-day basic facilitation workshop in May 2010.
All the best!