Officially formed in 2014, Tertiary (TN) addresses the needs of Malay/Muslim youth pursuing tertiary education at various institutions in Singapore, as well as Full-Time National Servicemen (NSFs). The committee aims to provide these individuals with relevant skills and knowledge towards academic excellence and insights into life beyond school. TN is a platform for them to gain access to an extensive network of industry professionals and valuable opportunities promoting seamless transitions into the workforce. It also integrates members from the foundational programme, Young Minds Club, enrolling them into the Professional Outreach and Leadership Incubator initiatives as part of a holistic youth development effort.
<Youth> Innovates aims to imbibe the spirit of innovation and the habit of solving problems independently. This is achieved by mentoring youths in analysing current approaches of tackling community issues and question assumptions leading to the existing reality. The youths are then challenged to execute innovative approaches in alternative ways in a manner that builds our youths’ resilience.
Collegiate Symposium (CS) is a bi-annual event. CS is designed to instill in tertiary students a sense of purpose and ownership over their polytechnic and university education. Through sharing sessions by speakers on the main panel and the parallel break-out groups, the symposium aims to inspire students to excel and make the most out of their tertiary collegiate years by exploring, realising and maximising their own individual potential and the opportunities available for them.
Graduates’ Tea (GT) is an annual MClub event. GT celebrates the achievements of recent Muslim graduates from polytechnics and universities. It also aims to give graduates an insight into life after graduation and impress upon tem the importance of planning for this next stage of their personal and professional lives.
A joint initiative by MENDAKI Club and Young AMP, PRAXIS takes on its fourth year at building a network of socially-conscious youth and empowering them to make a difference in society. Through a framework comprising online discussions, residential workshops, project planning and execution, PRAXIS aims to groom youth aged 17-21 to engage in community-based projects by equipping them with the relevant skills and access to resources.