Social Impact Internship Stipend

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The Social Impact Internship Stipend (SIIS) allows you to explore a meaningful career that creates social impact and shared values, while gaining real-world experiences.


​​Full-time NTU undergraduate students who are pursuing internships within not-for-profits, education, public service and other industries that do not traditionally pay their interns well.  

Preference will be given to undergraduates who have never received a Stipend. However, students who have received one previous stipend are still eligible to apply.

Appli​c​ation ​Process

Students may either source their internship through the Career & Attachment Office​ Portal or self-source eligi​​ble opportunities.

Students must ensure that the following inte​​​rnship criteria are met:
  • The internship organisation is either a member of the National Council of Social Service and an Institution​ of a ​​Public Character​ (IPC) (this includes associations, community groups and non-government organisations) or a member of raiSE​.                                                ​
  • The internship is full-time and lasts a minimum of eight weeks.
  • The internship is structured and related to their field of study.
  • There is a supervisor at the internship organisation.

For credit-based internships, the organisation and programme must be approved by the student's respective school (i.e. Nanyang Business School, School of Humanities, School of Social Sciences) and the Career & Attachment Office.

The application period is from January to April of each year.​ Applications must be received at least six weeks before the start of internship.​​

Request for an application form here.

​​​Questions about eligibility and application process should be directed to OComm​​​

Hear​​ what our past recipients have to say.

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SIIS is supported by CoLab4Good, a social initiative inspired by a visionary gift from prominent business leader and CSR advocate, the late Mr Kwek Leng Joo. CoLab4Good provides funding support and developmental opportunities for youth who aspire, as global citizens and future leaders, to make positive and meaningful impact in the community. 

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