Students with special educational needs get more job opportunities

04 Apr 2023

Article reported that all five of Singapore’s polytechnics, the ITE, and charity TomoWork signed a MOU on Monday for a joint commitment to deliver programmes for students and graduates with special educational needs (SEN). The partnership will provide career training and opportunities for students upon graduation. It is aligned with one of the goals of the Enabling Masterplan 2030 to increase the employment rate of people with disabilities to 40 per cent by 2030. The MOU was signed by ITE chief executive Low Khah Gek, NYP principal and CEO Russell Chan, NP principal and CEO Lim Kok Kiang, RP principal and CEO Jeanne Liew, SP principal and CEO Soh Wai Wah, TP principal and CEO Peter Lam, and TomoWork CEO Mike Momota.

[Berita Harian, pg. 4]

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