Monday, July 17, 2006

Public Service Announcement (E2K6 and Confluence 2006)

E2K6 (a follow-up from this) will be held this coming Sunday 23 July at the Marriott Hotel Grand Ballroom Level 3 from 10am to 5pm.

I strongly urge you to make a trip down if you want to know more about studying in the US from the Singaporean perspective.


Confluence 2006 - the inaugural Ministerial dialogue session & corporate networking fair held at the Raffles City Convention Centre Swissotel on Saturday 19 August 2006 is a jointly organized cross-Atlantic event for Singaporeans studying all over the world.

The highlight of the event will be the keynote address by Minister for Defence Teo Chee Hean followed by a Question & Answer session where the audience will be able to engage the members of a panel consisting of several prominent Singaporeans in meaningful and constructive debate on national issues concerning young Singaporeans such as ourselves.

Concurrently, there will be an all-day corporate career and networking fair where numerous multi-nationals companies and organizations from the private and public sector will be in attendance. The networking session will be an excellent opportunity for students to mingle and find out more about the various career opportunities available from the organizations. Representatives from various fields including sectors such as law, banking, engineering, management consultancy, accounting and the civil service, will be on hand to interact with the students.

During the networking session after the Q & A session, a high tea reception will be served where all attendees are welcome.

Attendance is by invitation card only, which will be mailed to you following registration. Admission is FREE. Please click here to register and receive your personalized invitation card.

Not sure how 'constructive' the questions you can ask TCH will be, but hey, at the very least you can enjoy the free food.

*Maybe he will ask you when you will get married or have kids. The cynical me thinks that this 'dialog' is a result of the MOM study couple of years back.

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