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Emmanuel Second Chance Education Programme (ESCEP) Career Mentor

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Catholic Welfare Services, Singapore

Career Mentor Purpose

The Career Mentoring Program is developed to provide an additional level of support for the successful applicants of the ESCEP. It provides the mentee a sense of companionship as the successful applicants go through their course of study/training.

It is our belief that a career mentor (with the healthcare and teaching in special needs industry) for our successful applicants will be advantageous in helping them to understand the content of the study/training as well as some real working experience.

Qualification of mentors and also the assignment of mentors are strictly at the discretion of Catholic Welfare Services.

Key roles and responsibilities of the Career Mentor

  • The Career Mentor will be paired to successful applicants.
  • The scope of mentoring ranges from the content for the field of study/training to actual working within the industry.
  • Mentors & Mentees are reminded to keep within the scope for all official sessions.
  • Any discussion outside the pre-determined scope of this mentoring program will be treated as a private conversation outside of the responsibility of Catholic Welfare Services.
  • All mentors can sign up as official volunteers with Catholic Welfare Services via http://catholicwelfare.org.sg/vms/volunteersignup (please select HQ@Waterloo for the location)
  • Once Catholic Welfare Services confirms that these successful applicants are in the appropriate industry, an interview will be conducted with the shortlisted mentors.
  • More details will be shared during the interview session.
  • Please email to volunteer@catholicwelfare.org.sg if you have any questions.

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About Catholic Welfare Services, Singapore


55 Waterloo Street #06-01, Central, - 187954, SG

Mission Statement

Catholic Welfare Services Mission CWS is dedicated to the Preciousness and Dignity of Life. We journey with people-in-need to live life to the fullest.


About Catholic Welfare Services
The works of CWS began in 1959 with a simple food relief programme to provide food for the poor. Today, CWS has grown to be the Action Arm of the Catholic Church of Singapore, initiating, assisting, coordinating and carrying out social services to alleviate poverty and distress among the people of Singapore, regardless of race or creed.

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55 Waterloo Street #06-01 Catholic CentreSingapore, Singapore Singapore



  • Mentoring
  • Teaching / Instruction
  • Nursing
  • Healthcare
  • Hospice Care
  • Special Needs




  • Background Check
  • Orientation or Training
  • • The level of commitment is 12 months (1 session every 2 months). • Each session will be 1 hour. • The first session will be an organized session (between mentor
  • 3. Specific qualifications/ Behavioral competencies needed (if any) • Education/ Working experience within the Healthcare sector. • Education/ Working experience within the Teaching special needs students sector.

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