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(From left: [email protected] Chairman Kevan, SNCF Scholar Ingewati and SNCF’s Sarah from Campus & Youth)

One of our campus co-ops, [email protected], set up a booth for membership recruitment on 12 August 2015 and the SNCF Campus & Youth team was present to lend its support to them. It was their first taste of evangelising the co-operative movement to their peers and it was heartwarming to see them enthusiastically spreading the message in their efforts to get new members!

[email protected] sells t-shirts, and products from social and student enterprises where profits go back to the enterprises or be used as bursaries and scholarships which NTU students can enjoy. Members get 10 to 15% discount at the co-op café & store and hands-on experience practising accounting, events management, administration, business management and marketing.

As of 17 October 2016, the Code of Corporate Governance for credit co-operatives has been updated.

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(Sarah from the Campus & Youth team speaking to students from Outram Secondary School)

Our Campus & Youth team has been hopping from one school to another over the past 3 weeks, spreading the word about co-operatives with the help of the wall. The schools which the wall was exhibited at include Meridien Junior CollegeOutram Secondary SchoolJurongville Secondary School and Catholic Junior CollegeWith the national day weekend approaching, it was especially enlightening for the students to learn how co-ops have been contributing to Singapore since the early 1920s.


(SNCF Staff showing just how patriotic they can be)

The Staff Recreation Club of SNCF was tasked with organizing an activity to tie in with national day and that they did – through a staff amazing race! With stops such as Kampong Glam, National Museum and the Indian Heritage Centre, the activity was aimed at refreshing our memories on our country's storied history while giving us the opportunity to get to know our colleagues better.

The final stop was at Esplanade where we formed the number 50 at the courtyard to mark our country's 50th birthday before proceeding to have dinner at Mischief restaurant. Happy 50 years Singapore!

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(Anne Cochran being introduced at WOCCU 20015)

Anne Cochran, president and CEO of the Louisiana Credit Union League (LCUL) in the United States, has been named the first female chair of World Council of Credit Unions' (WOCCU) board of directors. She assumed the role during the WOCCU 2015 conference on 15 July 2015.

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The national day weekend is approaching, and no one knows more about how co-operatives have done their part in helping to build Singapore than us – the co-operators. Perhaps the most well-known co-operatives in Singapore are the NTUC Social Enterprises, which at every critical juncture of our nation’s history, have played a crucial role in delivering social outcomes to answer to the needs of that time.

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