At MCCY, we seek to inspire people in Singapore through the arts and sports. By strengthening community bonds, supporting our youth, and promoting volunteerism and philanthropy, we help to build a caring, cohesive and confident society. With our partners, we work to make Singapore a home where all of us can pursue our aspirations.
Join us to experience a range of interesting portfolios, including shaping policies, developing programmes and fostering partnerships to build a nation we are proud to call home.
Apply now to discover how you can journey with MCCY Family to make a difference!
To find out what it is like to work in MCCY or the Civil Service, apply for an internship with us!
You will gain invaluable insights into MCCY's work, and experience learning from fellow interns, MCCY Management and staff, as well as other Government agencies.
If you are a Singaporean/PR pursuing an undergraduate degree or diploma in a local or overseas university/polytechnic and have completed your first year of studies, you are welcome to apply by sending your resume to email@example.com. Application for internships is open from Feb (March - Aug run) and Oct (Nov - Jan run).
Successful candidates will be invited for interviews and internship placement is subject to availability of projects.
MCCY induction programme
To get you familiarised with the civil service ethos and the MCCY work environment, you will be invited to attend our Team-Learn-Care (TLC) induction programme.TLC will give you an excellent opportunity for team building, learning and embracing the spirit of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).
Training and career development
As part of your career development, you will be provided on-the-job training, and invited to attend in-house training, courses at the Civil Service College and external conferences and seminars. You will also experience a meaningful career within the MCCY Family where you will deepen your skills, knowledge and experience in specialised domains, and broaden your exposure through available development opportunities within MCCY or across our family of agencies.
Training sponsorships and scholarships
MCCY offers training sponsorships to our eligible officers who are committed to upgrading themselves. As part of leadership development, outstanding officers with strong leadership potential will also be offered postgraduate scholarships with the opportunity to progress within the MCCY Family.
At MCCY, we believe it is important to provide a supportive and flexible work environment for our employees' well-being. We have in place the following benefits and initiatives for you:
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is close to our hearts at MCCY. By giving back to society, we want to create a caring and cohesive society. We are all about making a positive impact in the community, and that is our MCCY heartbeat!
We also have dedicated CSR Days and regular blood donation drives. You are also encouraged to volunteer within your unit as part of team building efforts - or what we call “Volun-teaming”. In addition, you will have 1 day unrecorded volunteer leave to pursue any charitable cause of your choice.
MCCY's adopted charity
Care Community Services Society (CCSS) - Stamford CareHut is MCCY’s adopted charity/programme. Stamford CareHut is a school-based student care centre that provides affordable after-school care for children from low-income and/or single-parent families. MCCY partners Stamford CareHut in a variety of programmes, such as the KidsRead Programme which instills a love for reading in children. Find out more about Stamford CareHut.
MCCY adopts a clean, transparent and performance-driven wage system, aligned with the Civil Service’s compensation framework.
We reward contributions and good performance in the form of awards, bonuses, staff appreciation, leadership and development opportunities, etc.
Our recognition programme is designed to build a future-ready, innovative and positive culture, and reinforces the cultivation of our values, which is to:
(a) Build relationships and collaborate to make great things happen; and
(b) Exercise leadership at all levels to make a difference.
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A key thrust of my work in Youth Division is the development of the SG Youth Action Plan. Youths are our future, and we see the potential to go beyond engagement, and instead work together with youths by giving opportunities for them to be heard and be the change in taking action in issues they care about. Over the past year, I have been working closely with the National Youth Council, youth leaders and partners to hear youth voices of their aspirations and concerns. We learnt new ways to reach out to them and building relationships. Many youths have shared their concerns but they also want a Singapore where they care for the environment and those in need, believe in the importance of building an inclusive and progressive society with everyone having a fair shot at their dreams.
What has been most meaningful for me is that we have a chance to bring together youths from different backgrounds and life stages to take action in issues like mental health and supporting vulnerable groups. We helped to connect youths with government agencies and industry experts so that they can work out policy recommendations and programmes in support of youth needs and aspirations. It is heartening to see how these partnerships and relationships grow and uncover creative and practical ideas. My hope is that my team’s efforts have helped contribute to giving youths a stake in our future and new ways of working together.
The Youth Division in MCCY works closely with the National Youth Council to study the state of youth in Singapore. We focus on understanding youth values, attitudes and behaviours, analysing trends that impact youths, making sense of youth sentiments on issues that concern them, and empowering them to shape their future.
My role in the Youth Division spans a wide range of areas. I work on the Somerset Belt project, which seeks to transform the area into a vibrant youth precinct. Our team engages with youths, stakeholders and various agencies to co-create a space for youth, by youth. I am also part of the research team that looks at how youth are doing and identifies policy gaps or opportunities for improvement.
My work gives me the opportunity to see the big picture, while simultaneously being grounded in citizens’ views. As a youth myself, I enjoy studying youth data and exploring ways to improve the overall well-being of youths. It is also interesting to generate possibilities for youth to develop and grow. Despite facing challenges, it is a joy working with my colleagues who are helpful and supportive. I am also grateful for the open and honest environment in MCCY where our individual perspectives are always welcomed.