Community Service

Community Service_BannerTake a step back from your busy schedule and think about how you can help make your world better place. Volunteering at community events, raising awareness of social issues, helping the less fortunate – if being of service appeals to you, then the programmes in this track are definitely for you.

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Community Service Club

If you are interested in serving the community and want to help the underpriviledged groups, then this is the Club for you. As a member of the Community Service Club, you will be an active participant in a wide range of activities that seek to improve the lives of those in need of care. These projects include our flagship Safe Home Project, Project Sphere,Flag Days, overseas community service projects as well as activities with the Spastics Association of Singapore, Peace Haven Nursing Home and the Metta Home. You will learn about the proper ways of taking care of the elderly, working with the underpriviledged and assisting children and youths-at-risks. At the end of the year, Community Service Club members will be awarded with CCA points according to your active participation.

ITE – Civil Defence Lionhearters Club

The ITE-CD Lionhearter Club is jointly formed by ITE and the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) to provide an avenue to engage tertiary students in civil defence, emergency preparedness and humanitarian missions. The Lionhearters will complete the Community Emergency Preparedness Programme (CEPP) to equip them with the skills to provide first level response to incidents within the campus grounds. They will be given the opportunity to work alongside with SCDF officers at community events, such as Emergency Preparedness (EP) Days, to impart EP knowledge and skills to the members of public. On the international front, they can be deployed overseas as part of NGOs (Non- Governmental Organizations), such as the Mercy Relief, to undertake humanitarian projects and assist the host countries in construction development projects, such as repair works for damaged schools and drainage systems. To prepare them for their overseas deployment, they will be taught the different cultural sensitivities and traditions of different countries. They will be given an understanding of CEP and will attend sessions on understanding ethnicity to help them appreciate the importance of staying united and resilient during crisis.

Red Cross Youth Chapter

Activities for the CCA include: ad-hoc projects, first-aid course, fund raising activities.
Note: Open to all CE students.