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  • Hester Ho

    SIM - University at Buffalo student
    Vice-Captain, SIM Sprint Canoeing Club

    School is not just a place to gain knowledge and a paper qualification; it must shape you to be the best you can be. SIM has given me the chance to pursue my twin passions in psychology and canoeing. Canoeing has made me a stronger person mentally and physically and helped me learn so much about teamwork and friendship. The experience is irreplaceable and something that I will always be proud of.

  • Kenneth Tan

    SIM - University of London Student
    Deputy Youth Director, Talent Development Programme, SIM GE Career Connect

    As the Deputy Youth Director in the SIM GE Career Development Office, I am given real-world working experience right on campus. The mentoring provided by SIM GE staff and workshops such as the leadership retreat have been invaluable in honing my teamwork and events management skills, as well as gives me confidence in articulating my views. Such opportunities are crucial in ensuring my holistic development and work-readiness. 
  • Jillian Teo

    SIM - University of Wollongong student
    Member, SIM Dance Art

    SIM GE gives me the opportunity to pursue my interests in the field of psychology as well as my passion for dance. In 2013 and 2014, our dance group, Dance Art, were finalists in the Royal Dance-Off, which is a contemporary dance competition. Those were incredibly proud moments for us.

    My participation in dance concerts, competitions and other student development activities have allowed me to meet people from all walks of life and expand my social network. I have also learnt to manage my time and cope with stress better.

    Indeed, I have grown in confidence as a student and dancer.

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