A digital revolution is happening at NTUC Social Enterprises, and we are looking for the future leaders of the digital era to join us in our venture. The U-Digitech Internship Programme brings final and penultimate year degree students on an enriching journey in shaping the business of tomorrow.
In a world of accelerated change and rising digital competition, our social enterprises face disruptions at an unprecedented pace. In light of this, NTUC Social Enterprises is transforming itself by leveraging on digital technologies to become more nimble, adaptable and innovative. This enables us to remain efficient and effective in providing relevant products and services at the best value to Singaporeans, based on our social mission as social enterprises.
U-Digitech Internship Programme
At the heart of this transformation lies talent – in particular Digital Talent. Our U-Digitech Internship Programme seeks to build a pipeline of digital talent to support this growth, specifically in these six key areas:
What Can You Expect?
Our internship stints last a minimum of three months. You will get to gain industry experience and learn new practical skills as you work on solving real business challenges.
Using cutting-edge tools, you will be transforming raw data from hundreds-of-thousands of transactions across our consumer database into actionable insights that enable critical business decisions.
NTUC Link spearheads Plus!, Singapore's largest consumer rewards programme. The Plus! Programme has 2 million members and over 1,100 participating partner outlets.
You will support the development and delivery of integrated marketing campaigns to attract, acquire and retain target consumers. Mercatus is the real estate subsidiary of NTUC Enterprise, and owns and manages commercial properties such as AMK Hub, Jurong Point and NEX.
Who are we looking for?
We are looking for final and penultimate year undergraduates who are confident, love a challenge and have a voracious appetite for experimentation and learning. You are a team-player that thrives under pressure and is ‘comfortable with being uncomfortable’.