Becoming a successful person takes more than just doing well in exams. Learn to be aware of the environment you live in, manage your priorities and enrich yourself with essential skills that you can use in all aspects of your life. Be involved in learning journeys and enrichment programmes to broaden and deepen your learning skills, and widen your scope and choices of career opportunities available.
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Audio Visual Club
Have you ever wondered how sound and video are being played when you watch a show in the theatre? If you are interested to know how to operate the AVA system and want to be the man/woman behind the scene, the AVA club is your choice. As a member of the Club, you will have the opportunity to learn and operate sophisticated Hi-Fi amplifier equipment; which includes mixer and equalizer, similar to those used in the theatre. Hands-on training shall be provided to members on the functions, operations, maintenance and troubleshooting of AVA system. You will also have the opportunity to serve the college in manning the AVA system in Lecture theatres, Amphitheatre, Auditorium and Stadium for events organized by the college.
Aquatic Sciences Club is the a club to gives room for students to perform scientific research and multidisciplinary study of aquatic systems, encompassing both freshwater and marine systems. Scientific investigations within this field often examine the technology impact on and interaction with aquatic systems that range in: (1) Water pollution in relation to aquatic animals (2) Aquatic animals interaction and behaviour (3) Impact on aquatic animal nutrition feeds technology (4) Aquatic genetics (5) Aquatic animals breeding technology Students with passion and interest for aquatic animals and technology are welcome to join us now.
CE Astronomy Club
CE Astronomy Club is a club that will allow you to experience the wonders of our cosmic world. In this Club, you will gain knowledge on celestial objects, observe planets and stars with our very own in house telescopes and binoculars. No prior experience is required to join this Club. Through this Club, you can expect to experience a wide varieties of activities organized by the Club members!
Care Connection Club
The aim of the Care Connection Club is to provide fellow students a listening ear and helping hand when in need.
Here, club members are equipped with skills to handle peer intervention, helping others and learning how to address the needs of those in dire straits.
Club activities include monthly gathering for games, activities, etc. where members can learn and interact with one another.
Want to find out how you can learn chemistry through interactive ways and games? Come and join us, and unveil the mysteries of chemistry. Design your very own games to promote interest in chemical sciences! Chem Club places great emphasis on fostering team spirit within the club, and also organises enrichment programs for club members such as excursions to Singapore’s very own chemical hub Jurong Island and other science institutions. In addition, our club initiates recycling projects and organises event such as the Hands-on, Minds-on and Hearts-on Camp, which aims to help secondary students awaken their intellectual curiosity, stir their imagination, and inspire them to discover and explore the training available in our NITEC in Chemical Process Technology programme. On top of that, our club will represent ITE to participate in chemical sciences events such as the Open-House, exhibitions and the Singapore National Crystal Growing Challenge, which are excellent platforms for members to apply their knowledge in chemistry and to interact with participants from other schools and institutions. Note: For CPT students only.
If you want a quiet place to relax and mix with like-minded friends after a hectic school week, this is the club for you. It doesn’t matter if you know the game or not. So long you show strong interest in the game and are committed to it, the Club welcomes you. (Of course, if you are good at it, the Club loves you more!) Both International Chess (“English” chess) and Chinese Chess as well as WeiQi are offered by the Club. Regular activities include beginner classes in Chinese Chess and sparing exercises. In addition, members can look forward to participating in the annual ITE College East Inter-School Chinese Chess Competition and for the very good players, they will have the chance to represent the College in the prestigious ITESC Chinese Chess Competition and other external competitions. Members will also get to participate in outings organised by the Club as well as involving themselves in leading the club as office holders. At the end of the year Chess Club members will be awarded with CCA points according to your level of active participation.
In this club, students will be able to organise computer related activities and seminars in ITE College East. Students will be equipped with IT skills and knowledge which will allow them to conduct short courses to teach other students.
CPT Digest Club
The objective of CPT Digest Club is for students to express their creativity through the production of a newsletter (CPT Digest) and Facebook page for the Chemical Process Technology Department (CPT). Members can make use of the CPT Digest and Facebook to improve their craft in communication and innovation through newsletter editing, conducting interviews, news-reporting, graphic-design, videography and photography. Come join CPT Digest Club if you have the passion and enthusiasm to take on the opportunities for self-improvement offered by the various activities you can find in this club. Note: For Chemical Process Technology students only.
Electrical Engineering Club
The Electrical Engineering Club is made up of dedicated and enthusiastic students from College East. Our goal is to provide all students in the club with the best experience that we can offer. Examples of activities in the club are constructing and assembling interesting electrical & electronics projects, visit to industries, overseas programmes, helping the needy through projects with Society of the Physically Disabled (SPD) and much more. Joining the club will provide you a good opportunity to acquire new experience and skills that will benefit you when you join the work force. Note: For Electrical Engineering/ Technology students only.
Fashion & Glamour Club
Enjoy and learn all that we can offer from personal grooming e.g. hairstyling, make-up, nail-art etc, to learning interesting skills e.g. t-shirt & canvas shoe design, making accessories, soap making, etc. Be one of our committee members as it also offers you the opportunity to display leadership – leading your team in organising workshops/events, as well as coming up with new ideas to make the club more interesting. It will be very rewarding to see more members coming onboard with new ideas contributed by unique individuals. At the end of the year, the Fashion & Glamour Club members will be awarded with CCA points according to their participation.
Gastronomy club aspire to enrich the lives of members through various forms of creativity through food. Some of the activities include learning various preparation techniques, baking, plating and decorating of food through real food ingredients as well as creative clay. This club is set up with the intention of instilling a sense of awareness of healthy choices and types of food preparation with both with real ingredients and with clay. It focusses not only on the creation of food and miniature clay food art; it also allows students to exercise leadership skills, community involvement programmes and social entrepreneurship, through college events and collaboration with the community and external organizations/vendors.
Holistic Wellness Club
The Holistic Wellness Club seeks to enhance the all-round well being of its members, and CE students through fun activities and awareness building programmes.
Do you like landscaping or growing plants? Ever wondered if you have a green thumb? The horticulture club will grow your interest in trees and plants and all things green! We have lots of fun activities like growing and selling vegetables, doing plant workshops and creating beautiful landscapes.
You would be interested in this CCA if you love:
the outdoors, the environment, colours.
The benefits you will get:
learn about the wonders of plants and the green environment, develop design and creativity skills, experience of growing and selling your own products, charting a career in the fast growing green industry of landscaping.
ITE-ASHRAE (Air Con) Club
The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) is the world’ s foremost technical society in the fields of heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration. Its members are individuals who share ideas, identify the need for research and support it. Members also write the industry’s standards for testing and practice. The result of these efforts is that engineers are better equipped to keep indoor environments safe and productive while protecting and preserving the outdoors for generations to come. ASHRAE’s works rest on a foundation built by thousands of volunteers assisted by a professional staff. These volunteers set standards for design and testing. They identify the need for funds and monitor research to improve equipment and system performance. Through its publications and educational programmes, ASHRAE promotes the appropriate use of new technologies. ASHRAE serves as industry’s most authoritative voice on technical issues in the public and private sectors, at national and international levels. The purpose of an ITE-ASHRAE Student Branch is to get students interested, concerned and involved in pursuing a career in the field of heating, ventilation, refrigeration and air-conditioning. Student membership in ASHRAE and involvement in a student branch can be a good beginning towards meeting this goal. What Makes Us Stand Out! – You would have the chance to meet many leading industrial leaders and businessmen – You would be given opportunities to participate in overseas conferences – Opportunities to interact with students from overseas who share the same passion in the engineering field – Opportunities to take part in competitions and community service – CCA points to be graded according to your participation. Note: For FCT students only.
Do you enjoy seeing your writing published? Do you relish exclusive rights and access to events for media coverage such as interviews, concerts as well as events in and out of campus? The Journaling Club is where you ought to be if you are beaming by now. Learn the intricacies of publishing in the various media from draft to print. Express your creativity by making the communication platform one that you can call your very own. Join the club where youth, energy, language flair and flamboyance are qualities we are looking for.
If you like books and are the type of person who likes to organise things in an orderly manner or to help others locate information, then the library is the place for you. Library @ College East offers you the opportunity to be member of its Library Club. All Library Club members will be equipped with the basic library skills which include classification of books, undertaking reference enquiries and customer service. Members will also be equipped information literacy skills. There are various areas of responsibilities in library operations that will be assigned to members who will benefit from the tasks that help build their confidence and self-esteem. CCA points will be awarded to deserving members at the end of the year.
Mechanical Engineering Club
Join us if you are game enough for the following activities:
* Overseas industrial visit cum technological enrichment.
* Leadership training for club bearer.
* Learn-As-U-Earn ( Maintenance of Equipment & Machinery)
* Skill Competition
* Local Industrial visit. Note: For Mechanical Engineering students only.
The Maths Club seeks to cultivate an interest in and appreciation of Mathematics among our students through games and outdoor activities. We provide an avenue whereby you can look into the various facets of Mathematics in a non-formal setting. By organizing activities involving Mathematical concepts in a fun and enjoyable way, you shall overcome any misconception or apprehension you may have towards Mathematics. The following are some of the activities conducted: 1. Visits to Singapore Science Centre, Educational Institutes, etc 2. Outdoor activities such as the Math Trail at Sentosa. 3. Board games and computer games to stimulate interest in Mathematics.
Mind Challenge Club
Want to improve your concentration, communication, analytical thinking & problem solving skills, sharpen your memory, stimulate your creativity and boost your self-confident.
Come and join the mind challenge club where you will make new friends, challenge your mind to learn and play many exciting & challenging strategy games such as: Risk, Cluedo, Carrom, Scrabble, Dividends,etc. You also learn to design and develop creative techno-craft works using technology & electronics such as Lego Mindstorms, electronics kit sets, etc. You may form a team to play and challenge traditional kampong games, Snake & Ladder, Hopscotch, Five stones, Capteh.
Mobile Applications Club & Enterprise
This club aims to develop competency in developing mobile applications, and cultivating entrepreneurship pertaining to mobile devices amongst young individuals. Statistics show that almost 77% of the global population are mobile subscribers. With the evolving technology of small powered handheld gadgets such as the iPhone, there is an uprising trend in the demand of mobile applications. Facilities and equipment have been put in place for our MACE members to engage in a continuous self learning and research to spur their interest in developing applications. Well known programming languages that students will be exposed to are Objective C, Java, HTML 5 and other various alternatives.
MACE members will also learn to develop their soft skills, and be equipped with the knowledge and tools to embark on a mini business that will allow them to practise their entrepreneurship skills.
School of Business Club
This Club organises various events throughout the year. Examples are running teambuilding activities for new classes, involvement in community service and organising Fun Trails and the Annual School of Business Day. Lecturers and students also participate in field trips and camp. We recruit students who enjoy planning, organising and conducting fun activities. Note: For School of Business & Services students only.
SNA Student Nurses Chapter
The Student Nurses Chapter is derived from the Singapore Nurses’ Association. SNA is the only professional body in Singapore offering nursing students (ITE, NYP, NP and NUS) a specialised student advancement in nursing through team building activities, AGMs, in-service learning and continuing educational programmes. Note: For Nursing students only.
Digital video brings the power of studio production to the personal computer. With just a video camera, a computer, and the proper software, you can create your own videos for personal or business use. Now, you can be the person behind the camera, not some “pricey” video specialists and, if you’re on this page and not already a club member, we’re glad that you’re thinking about joining us. Join ITE College East Videography Club now, and learn the fun and effective way to capture life’s exciting moments. It’s not the camera, but who’s behind the camera.
The main objective of the College East Videography Club is to train and expose our students to the different elements of video production, like scriptwriting, lighting, sound, camera handling and shooting techniques. Students will also be taught the fundamental skills of digital video editing. The Club also aims to have our trained members cover the photography and videography of college functions as well as community events.