At PSB Academy, we are committed to helping students be career-ready through an array of career preparation services. This includes imparting essential life skills through personal development workshops.
Through this process, we ensure that they will be well prepared to perform their best during interviews and have the vital soft skills required for their jobs.
Our career preparation services are:
- Transitioning into the Working World
This video series serve as learning sessions for students, where invited industry practitioners share career-related tips, salary trends, market expectations and insights from employers’ perspectives.
Our Industry Partners have given some helpful employment tips and informative feedback to help prepare students for the transition.
Speaker: Eur. Ing. João Paulo Ponciano
Senior Vice President / Dean Academic Management Leadership
PSB Academy Pte Ltd
Speaker: Ms Peggy Tng
Deputy Director/Head, Athlete Services & Development Department
Singapore Sports Institute
To provide you with better services, we will love to hear from you! Please provide your feedback (https://goo.gl/VbaEHR).
- Career Readiness Workshops
- Career Management
- Cover Letter & Resume Writing
- Job Interview Skills
- Personal Branding
- Networking Skills
- Personal Grooming
- PSB Academy Career Portal
This portal will allow students to upload their resumes, so that hiring organisations will be able to view them and make contact with the students directly for job opportunities.
Click here to read more about the Career Portal.
- Career Clinic
A one-to-one session with a consultant to seek advice relating to resume and interview preparation. Career Clinic sessions are scheduled at designated dates and time across the year. Booking is on a first-come,first served basis.
Click here to view the Career Clinic schedule for 2016 and the registration procedure.
- Career-related articles & tips
- Compilation of Salary & Employment insights
- Loan of jackets, blazers and ties for photo-taking (resume purposes)
Click here for more details.
- Learning Experience Beyond Classroom (2015)
Provide opportunities to students for exposure beyond classroom through short-term projects. Below are 2 projects completed by our students:
a) Community Focus:
SG50 Familiar Faces is a community project initiated by Tanglin Cairnhill Citizens’ Consultative Committee to commemorate Singapore 50th National Day. It highlights the contributions of residents who are the heartland heroes sharing stories of and love for their community. Our student volunteers from Bachelor of Communication (Public Relations & Journalism), Estee Cheng and Muhammad Islah Manessa, were tasked to interview residents and write stories for the project.
Click here to read the book.
b) Youth Focus:
nEbO's Orange newsletter is a short term project in collaboration with NTUC Club. Two of our students from Bachelor of Communication (Public Relations & Journalism), Christabel and Sherilynn, were part of the editorial team for the August to November 2015 issue.
Click here to read the online version newsletter.
If you need more information or assistance to any of our Career Preparation services, please contact us here.