The Centre for Computing for Social Good & Philanthropy was set up in March 2021. We have since then received inquiries from NUS students on how to connect to local organizations and volunteer. We have also received requests from local beneficiaries looking for student volunteers.
Thus, we created this website to have a central location to both host volunteer jobs and connect NUS student volunteers with those jobs.
If you are a local organization looking for NUS student volunteers, you can post your job by signing up for our website and submitting your job information.
If you are an NUS student keen on volunteering, you can sign up as a volunteer and opt in to receive emails when new jobs are posted.
Once a job is submitted, CCSGP staff will verify the job before approving it. Once the job is approved, it will become visible on the volunteer website and students will be able to apply directly to the job. Student volunteers will be directly connected with the beneficiary organizations
The Centre for Computing for Social Good & Philanthropy (CCSGP) is newly set up in March 2021 by the School of Computing (SoC), National University of Singapore (NUS). Leveraging on the students’ motivation to deepen their knowledge and expand their skills, the Centre helps to cultivate students’ interest and abilities to advance social good as well as support the School’s long-term goal in grooming leaders for the IT industry. The Centre is made possible with a generous donation from Mrs Lee Choon Guan Trust Fund.
Cultivating future technology leaders who have the ethos of service and giving back to society.
To complement the technical training provided by the NUS School of Computing with opportunities to do good, mentorship in leadership training and encouraging philanthropy among our successful alumni.
The Centre also builds on the work of the former Asia Centre for Social Entrepreneurship and Philanthropy (ACSEP), managed by the NUS Business School. Find out more here.