Welcome to SSEAYP International Singapore!
[Register before 6 Oct for Early Bird Discount] Reunion on Board 2019
ALOHA fellow SSEAYP friends and families (past PYs & NLs), SSEAYP International Singapore (SIS) is delighted to present ‘Tropical Paradise’ as our theme for this year’s Reunion on Board (ROB), which will take place on board Nippon Maru when she is docked at Singapore Cruise Centre on 16 November 2019, Saturday.
Limited early bird entry tickets are available on a first come first serve basis, register at www.tinyurl.com/robsg19 today!
[OPEN] Recruitment of Homestay Families for the 46th SSEAYP Local Programme
Calling all passionate families who are interested in providing a uniquely Singapore homestay experience for the participating youths (PYs) of the 46th Ship for Southeast Asian and Japanese Youth Programme (SSEAYP)! We are searching for at least 160 host families to be part of this once-in-a-lifetime experience.
|Briefing for selected homestay families||Late-October to early-November 2019. More details will be shared at a later date.|
|Homestay duration||16 – 18 November 2019|
|Homestay Matching Ceremony||Saturday, 16 November 2019 @ Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) East Ballroom. Programme breakdown will be shared at a later date.|
Do refer to the SSEAYP 2019 factsheet and Singapore Homestay Programme factsheet for more information.
Share this with your family and friends! If you have any queries, please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
[CLOSED] Recruitment of Liaison Officers (LOs) for the 46th SSEAYP Local Programme
Closing Registration Date: 31 July 2019
Commitment Period: August 2019 to November 2019
As a Liaison Officer, you will advancing the interests of Singapore and Singaporeans through
effective communications and interaction with Participating Youth from other ASEAN countries.
To be an LO, you must have a good grasp of Singapore culture, heritage and history. You need
to be able to persuade and assert, as well as build and sustain relationships. You must be
versatile, and ready to adapt to and thrive in different environments.
As a Liaison Officer (LO), you will analyse, report and share Singapore history, culture and
heritage to Participating Youth from other ASEAN countries. You will be deployed to take
charge of a group of participating youths. Your responsibilities could include:
● Representing Singapore during the Singapore Port of Call Local Programme
● Ensuring the safety and welfare of the participating youths
● Coordinate the movement of the participating youths from one place to another
● Answer to Participating Youth’s queries on Singapore
● Networking to cultivate and maintain close ties with participating youth
● Singapore citizens or Singapore Permanent Resident with the commitment to assist and
can adapt to the challenges
● Exceptional individuals with a keen interest in international affairs, strong analytical skills
and conceptual abilities, excellent written and oral communication skills, strong ability to
engage people at all levels, and good planning and organisation skills
You will be equipped with essential knowledge, skills and diplomatic tradecraft through
structured programmes, workshop, courses and training.
Find out more/Contact Us
Applications are open. If you have any queries, please contact us via email at
SIS Bishan-Toa Payoh GRC Harmony – Buka Puasa
SIS invites you to join us for a meaningful event this June! We are glad to partner Bishan-Toa Payoh GRC for the Harmony Buka Puasa 2019 event on Sunday, 2 Jun.
This event aims to involve about 3,000 participants in the community and your help would be greatly appreciated.
Sign up to be an event volunteer @ https://forms.gle/KrcAuRvmCmLtYDuL7 and encourage your fellow SSEAYP batchmates to join us as well.
Facilitators Application for 46th SSEAYP
All applications must reach SIS by 30th April. Please email completed application form and attachments to email@example.com.
SIS/JCC/PUB Photo Contest 2019
Contest Period: 14 March 2019 – 13 April 2019