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5th International Education, Career and Training Exhibition

Date: 1991

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Summary: In December 1991, Temasek Polytechnic participated jointly with the other Polytechnics in the 5th International Education, Career and Training Exhibition held at the World Trade Centre.

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A Treat to an 8 Course Feast - Launch of Temasek Polytechnic Diploma Roadshow @ Tampines East Community Club

Date: 1995

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Summary: On 3 January 1995, Temasek Polytechnic diploma roadshow, A Treat to an 8 Course Feast, was officially launched at Tampines East Community Club by Mr Mah Bow Tan, Minister for Communications & the Environment and Member of Parliament for Tampines GRC. The Roadshow travelled to 15 community centres, 5 libraries and Funan Shopping Centre to highlight to the public the variety of courses offered by the Polytechnic with special attention given to the eight new courses commencing in the new academic year. .

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A Treat to an 8 Course Feast - Temasek Polytechnic Diploma Roadshow @ Funan Centre

Date: 1995

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Summary: Temasek Polytechnic diploma roadshow, A Treat to an 8 Course Feast, was held at Funan Centre on 3 to 4 February 1995. The Roadshow travelled to 15 community centres, 5 libraries and Funan Shopping Centre to highlight to the public the variety of courses offered by the Polytechnic with special attention given to the eight new courses commencing in the new academic year. .

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A Treat to an 8 Course Feast - Temasek Polytechnic Diploma Roadshow @ Marine Parade Community Centre

Date: 1995

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Summary: Temasek Polytechnic diploma roadshow, A Treat to an 8 Course Feast, was held at Marine Parade Community Centre (CC) on 5 to 6 January 1995. The Roadshow travelled to 15 community centres, 5 libraries and Funan Shopping Centre to highlight to the public the variety of courses offered by the Polytechnic with special attention given to the eight new courses commencing in the new academic year. .

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A Treat to an 8 Course Feast - Temasek Polytechnic Diploma Roadshow @ Thomson Community Centre

Date: 1995

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Summary: Temasek Polytechnic diploma roadshow, A Treat to an 8 Course Feast, was held at Thomson Community Centre (CC) on 10 to 11 January 1995. The Roadshow travelled to 15 community centres, 5 libraries and Funan Shopping Centre to highlight to the public the variety of courses offered by the Polytechnic with special attention given to the eight new courses commencing in the new academic year. .

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Beyond O Level Seminar 2003

Date: 2003

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Summary: The Beyond O Level seminar was held at the Temasek Polytechnic Auditorium 1 on 15 February 2003. It was organised by Temasek Polytechnic and supported by The New Paper. O Level holders and their parents attended the seminar to hear different views of life on campus and to find out what the various educational institutions had to offer. The panel of speakers for the seminar were: Dr Ricky Tam, Director of Technical Studies at the Institute of Technical Education East (MacPherson); Ms Sharon Soh, Registrar and Director of Student Services at Temasek Polytechnic; Mrs Lim Lai Cheng, Principal of Temasek Junior College and Mr Neeraj Sundarajoo, a student at Temasek Polytechnic as well as the managing director of an information technology company. One-on-one counselling was also provided after the seminar for students and parents with specific queries. [Source of information: Find out differences between JC & poly. (2003, February 13). The New Paper [Singapore], p. 16. Retrieved from https://newslink.sg]

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Beyond O Level, Poly/JC seminar

Date: 1997

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Summary: The Beyond O Level, a Poly/JC seminar was jointly organised by The New Paper and Temasek Polytechnic on 11 January 1997 and held at Temasek Polytechnic campus. O Level holders and their parents attended the seminar to find out what the various educational institutions had to offer. Some also came to seek one-on-one advice from counsellors like Mr Eugene Wijeysingha, former headmaster of Raffles Institution and columnist on educational matters for The New Paper. The three guest speakers for the seminar were: Mrs Belinda Charles, principal of St Andrew's Junior College; Mr Moses Wong, registrar of Temasek Polytechnic; and Ms Loh Chin Siew, assistant head of chemicals group, Industry Development Division, Economic Development Board.

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Beyond O Level, Poly/JC seminar 1998

Date: 1998

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Summary: The Beyond O Level, a Poly/JC seminar was jointly organised by The New Paper and Temasek Polytechnic on 10 January 1998. It was held at Temasek Polytechnic campus and sponsored by American International Assurance (AIA). O Level holders and their parents attended the seminar to find out what the various educational institutions had to offer. The three guest speakers for the seminar were: Mrs Belinda Charles, principal of St Andrew's Junior College; Mr Moses Wong, registrar of Temasek Polytechnic; and Mr Eugene Wijeysingha, former headmaster of Raffles Institution and columnist on educational matters for The New Paper. One-on-one counselling was also provided after the seminar for students and parents with specific queries. The team of counsellors included those from St Andrew's Junior College, lecturers from Temasek Polytechnic and guidance officers from the Ministry of Education.

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Beyond O Level, Poly/JC seminar 1999

Date: 1999

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Summary: The Beyond O Level, a Poly/JC seminar was jointly organised by The New Paper and Temasek Polytechnic on 6 February 1999. It was held at Temasek Polytechnic campus and sponsored by American International Assurance (AIA). O Level holders and their parents attended the seminar to find out what the various educational institutions had to offer. The guest speakers for the seminar were: Mrs Susan Chan Yoke Kate, principal of Tampines Junior College; Mr Moses Wong, Registrar and Director/Student Services of Temasek Polytechnic; and Mrs Sita Singh, a career guidance specialist from the Ministry of Education. Mr Eugene Wijeysingha, former headmaster of Raffles Institution was also present at the seminar. One-on-one counselling was also provided after the seminar for students and parents with specific queries. [Information taken from: Beyond the O level. (1999, February 3). The Straits Times [Singapore], p. H37. Retrieved from http://newslink.asiaone.com]

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Beyond O Level, Poly/JC seminar 2001

Date: 2001

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Summary: The Beyond O Level, a Poly/JC seminar was jointly organised by The New Paper and Temasek Polytechnic on 17 February 2001. It was held at Temasek Polytechnic Auditorium 1. O Level holders and their parents attended the seminar to hear different views of life on campus and to find out what the various educational institutions had to offer. The panel of speakers for the seminar were: Mrs Tan Leng Leng, Director of the Manpower Research and Statistics Department, Ministry of Manpower; Mr Tan Tiek Kwee, principal of Anderson Junior College and Mr Ang Keng Loo, deputy principal of Temasek Polytechnic. One-on-one counselling was also provided after the seminar for students and parents with specifc queries. [Source of information: What choice after O level?. (2001, February 14). The New Paper [Singapore], p. 10. Retrieved from https://newslink.sg]

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Beyond O Level, a Poly/JC/ITE seminar

Date: 1996

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Summary: The Beyond O Level, a Poly/JC/ITE seminar was jointly organised by The New Paper and Temasek Polytechnic on 20 January 1996 and held at Temasek Polytechnic campus. About 700 O Level holders and their parents attended the seminar to find out what the various educational institutions had to offer. The four speakers for the seminar were: Mr Eugene Wijeysingha, former headmaster of Raffles Institution and columnist on educational matters for The New Paper; Mr Moses Wong, registrar of Temasek Polytechnic; Madam Leong Fan Chin, principal of Hwa Chong Junior College; and Dr Law Song Seng, chief executive officer of the Institute of Technical Education. Students speakers from the different institutions also shared their experiences in school. The seminar ended with a question-and-answer session.

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Business Experience 2003

Date: 2003

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Summary: 550 secondary school students attended the Business Experience held on 18 November 2003 to learn more about polytechnic life at Temasek Polytechnic. Beside video presentation, talk and quiz, Temasek Business School also offered nine different workshops by the various diplomas that participants could attend based on their interest.

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Campus Care Network Day 1992

Date: 1992

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Summary: In its second year of operation, the Campus Care Network (CCN) was established in August 1991, with the aim to bring lecturers and students together, to maintain a caring culture, so as to foster students' personal growth. In 1992, CCN organised food fair and jumble sale to raise funds for Temasek Polytechnic students who needed financial help. It was held from 11am to 2pm on 11 August. TP staff set-up mini make-shift stalls for the event, selling varying items, such as, apple and chicken pies, tarts, satay and desserts. Staff and students were also encouraged to donate generously, either for the jumble sale items, food or cash.

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Campus Care Network Day 1993

Date: 1993

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Summary: In its third year of operation, the Campus Care Network (CCN) was established in August 1991 with the aim to bring lecturers and students together, to maintain a caring culture, so as to foster students' personal growth. In 1993, CCN organised food fair to raise funds for Temasek Polytechnic students who needed financial help. It was held on 28 July. TP staff set-up stalls at Grange Road Campus for the event, selling food and drinks.

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Campus Care Network Day 1994

Date: 1994

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Summary: The Campus Care Network (CCN) Day is held annually at Temasek Polytechnic, a tradition where staff and students put up a campus-wide bazaar and sale to raise funds for students in need of financial assistance and also to cultivate community spirit and bonding amongst staff and students. CCN Day was held on 10 August this year.

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Campus Care Network Day 1996

Date: 1996

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Summary: The Campus Care Network (CCN) Day is held annually at Temasek Polytechnic, a tradition where staff and students put up a campus-wide bazaar and sale to raise funds for students in need of financial assistance and also to cultivate community spirit and bonding amongst staff and students. CCN Day was held on 25 September this year.

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Campus Care Network Day 1997

Date: 1997

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Summary: The Campus Care Network (CCN) Day is held annually at Temasek Polytechnic, a tradition where staff and students put up a campus-wide bazaar and sale to raise funds for students in need of financial assistance and also to cultivate community spirit and bonding amongst staff and students. For the first time, parents and family members were invited to join in the CCN Day celebrations. Many activities were held, such as, skits and fashion show by students, games booths and sale of items from food to books and t-shirts.

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Campus Care Network Day 1998

Date: 1998

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Summary: The Campus Care Network (CCN) Day is held annually at Temasek Polytechnic, a tradition where staff and students put up a campus-wide bazaar and sale to raise funds for students in need of financial assistance and also to cultivate community spirit and bonding amongst staff and students. This year, the CCN Day was held on 23 August. Stalls were set up at the plaza and along the Schools' concourse areas selling food, such as, home-made Beijing dumplings, second hand clothes and books. The highlight of the day was the Dunkin' Chair. Staff and students put down cash to have their turn at tossing the basketball at the target. TP Principal and CEO, Dr N Varaprasad was the first to be dunked into the dunking pool. Followed by the Deputy Principal, Mr Ang Keng Loo and other senior management staff of TP.

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Campus Care Network Day 2000

Date: 2000

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Summary: The Campus Care Network (CCN) Day is held annually at Temasek Polytechnic, a tradition where staff and students put up a campus-wide bazaar and sale to raise funds for students in need of financial assistance and also to cultivate community spirit and bonding amongst staff and students. The CCN Day was held on 20 September 2000. The theme was Tender Loving Care. Stalls were set up at the plaza and along the Schools' concourse areas selling assortment of items such as food and drinks, like satay, vadai, teh tarik, plants, bags, accessories and more.

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Campus Care Network Day cum National Day celebration 2001

Date: 2001

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Summary: The Campus Care Network (CCN) Day is held annually at Temasek Polytechnic, a tradition where staff and students put up a campus-wide bazaar and sale to raise funds for students in need of financial assistance and also to cultivate community spirit and bonding amongst staff and students. The CCN Day was held on 8 August 2001 in conjunction with National Day celebration. The theme was Caring Youths Celebrating. Stalls were set up at the plaza and along the Schools' concourse areas selling assortment of items such as food like satay, bbq chicken wing, chicken pita, bone steak; costume jewellery and souvenirs. There were also cultural dance and dikir barat performance by TP students for TP's community and guests.

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Career Carnival at Youth Park

Date: 1999

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Summary: Temasek Polytechnic organised the first Career Carnival at the Youth Park on Sommerset Road on 13 and 14 February 1999. Visitors were not only able to obtain information on the 27 full-time courses, they were also shown glimpses of the vibrant campus life. Youths and parents were also invited to participate in the TP Live chat sessions where they could log on and chat with experts on education opportunities after the 'O' Level Examinations and the "The Spirit of Adventure and Aspirations of Youths". The Guest-of-Honour was Members of Parliament, Mr S Iswaran.

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Careers '92 Exhibition

Date: 1992

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Summary: Temasek Polytechnic participated in the Careers '92 Exhbition. The five-day event was held at the World Trade Centre from 11 to 15 March 1992.

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Freshmen Orientation 1990

Date: 1990

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Summary: TP inaugural freshmen orientation was held on 12 to 14 July 1990 at the Grange Road campus for 540 first-year students from the School of Business and Design. Dr N Varaprasad, Principal and CEO of Temasek Polytechnic gave the welcome address.

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Freshmen Orientation Camp 1991

Date: 1991

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Summary: The Students' Union took over the organisation of the orientation for new students in June 1991. They organised a residential camp which was attended by about 140 students. For the day activities, the average attendance per day was between 250 and 300 students.

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Freshmen Orientation Grand Finale 2000

Date: 2000

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Summary: The highlight of TP's Week Zero Orientation Camp 2000 was the traditional "Final Clash", which would see students from the four Schools competing against each other in the telematch and cheerleading competition. Temasek Engineering School emerged as the winner for this year. Over 4000 freshmen sold cute little teddy bears by Sasha Bear Company at various locations around Singapore to raise funds for the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), National Kidney Foundation's Children's Kidney Transplant Centre, and TP's Campus Care Network. BG George Yeo, Minister for Trade and Industry, was the Guest-of-Honour for the orientation finale held at the Triangular Garden on 30 June 2000. Five confetti canons were fired, and two students abseiled down from the sixth-storey corridor accompanied by fireworks to welcome him.

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