Company of Good Fellowship

Company of Good Fellowship (Intake 2)

The Company of Good Fellowship is a talent development programme that empowers and develops top talents in organisations. Fellows sharpen their business perspectives, and build capabilities in leadership and corporate giving.

Date of Application: 03 Jul 2017 to 29 Sep 2017

Expression of interest

Why join the Company of Good Fellowship?

Learning Sessions

Take part in seminars, workshops, study visits, dialogue sessions and workshops aimed to develop capabilities on topics such as building a business case for corporate giving, understanding community needs and measuring the impact for business and community.

Networking & Mentorship

Gain access to a community of like-minded professionals and subject-matter experts and be mentored by experienced practitioners.

Action Project

Develop and embark on a corporate giving initiative that is beneficial for the business and community by applying the knowledge and skills acquired through the programme.

Each Fellowship comprises 10 learning sessions conducted over five months.

There are two tracks of learning available:

  • New Giver: suitable for fellows in companies that are just starting out on their corporate giving journey.
  • Current Giver: catered to fellows whose companies have been engaging in corporate giving and are looking to expand their efforts.

At the end of the programme, fellows will share and pitch their action projects. The top project from each track will be awarded a grant of S$5,000 to implement and expand their project.

Eligibility

Company of Good Fellowship is designed for highly passionate top talents who are engaged in but not limited to the following functions:

  • Corporate Strategy and Planning
  • Human Resource
  • Marketing & Communications
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Public Affairs / Sustainability

Applicants can be at different trajectories of giving, and from any Singapore-registered businesses. Fellows are required to seek endorsement from their companies, and commit to the entire five-month programme if selected. The number of places in the Fellowship programme are capped to ensure a conducive learning experience.

Programme Fee

Registration Fee S$ 200 per fellow
Programme Fee S$ 6000 per fellow

Applicants can apply for partial sponsorship on the Programme fee. Once they accept the offer to join the programme, fellows are required to pay $200 to confirm their participation.

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Our Past Fellows

2017 (Intake 1)

  • Andrew Tan, The Shiok Collective
  • Bao Ningyu, KPMG Services Pte. Ltd.
  • Cassandra Poon, Ksubaka Pte Ltd
  • Cathy Chia, The Fullerton Heritage
  • Christian Rahnsch, Big Heroes Limited
  • Clarice Chan, ICON+ Ptd Ltd
  • Dorothy Ng, Swire Pacific Offshore Operations (Pte) Ltd
  • Elle Yeow, Shell Eastern Petroleum Pte Ltd
  • Farhan Firdaus, Agrivo International Ltd
  • Flora Ow, Ministry of Finance
  • Henry Ang, Nippon Paint (Singapore) Co. Pte Ltd
  • Ho Shyn Yee, Expedia Inc.
  • Ivy Choo, Changi Airport Group (S) Pte Ltd
  • Jack Yu, Goshen Art Gallery LLP
  • Janan Kwek, GobblerShop
  • Jasmine Tan, Boustead Singapore Limited
  • Joyce Siew, Marina Bay Sands
  • Kathleen Reen, Twitter Asia Pacific
  • Kelvin Lum, Twitter Asia Pacific
  • Ken Cheng, Mayer Marketing Pte Ltd
  • Khor Hwai Lin, Infineon Technologies Asia Pacific Pte Ltd
  • Komala Murugiah, Alpha Development Partnership Limited
  • Lee Li Jen, Fullerton Health
  • Leon Toh, Damson Capital
  • Low Zhennan, S. J. Low Bros & Co Pte Ltd
  • Mohd Abdul Muhaimin Ong Sarah, Citi Singapore
  • Neo Kwok Siang, FoodXervices Inc Pte Ltd
  • Peh Zhengyang, D'Elegance
  • Pratibha Kurnool, Cognizant Technology Solutions Asia Pacific Pte Ltd
  • Roshith Rajan, Sodexo
  • Sam Verrelst, Dredging International Asia Pacific Pte Ltd - DEME GROUP
  • Selena Chong, Singapore Post Ltd
  • Sharon Eng, Maybank
  • Susan Ferroa, Mediacorp
  • Tan Lek Hwa, Mediacorp
  • Tay Jiawei, Keppel Corporation Ltd
  • Thio Chin Wui, Shell Eastern Petroleum Pte Ltd
  • Valeria Sadovykh, PwC Singapore PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
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“I felt in good company (no pun intended) and learnt, not just about CSR, just by talking to other Fellows. One word: inspiring. Two words: inspiring & encouraging. I think the CoG Fellowship has potential to go far.”

- Susan Ferroa, Mediacorp

“From the poverty simulation, I could empathise with how helpless and desperate those in need must feel. This experience also made me think deeply about our current system of social services, areas of support available and what the gaps are. The conversation cards were effective in encouraging discussion. My key takeaway from the sessions - just because you think something is good to do, doesn't mean it will be good for the community. ”

- Joyce Siew, Marina Bay Sands

“Very dynamic and passionate bunch of fellows, looking forward to the cross collaborations!”

- Lee Li Jen, Fullerton Health

“What motivates me to join is the networking and the opportunity for dialogue and learning with mentors and members of the Fellowship. This could lead to an overall levelling up towards better practices and collaborations, whether one-off or on a long-term basis. ”

- Selena Chong, Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility, Singapore Post Ltd

“Very often, business leaders fail to see that doing good is good business. Hence, it is motivating (and heartening) to see that the CoG Fellowship framework is modelled on a structured framework that delivers measurable strategic business outcomes. I’m particularly excited about the Current Giver Track and to apply what I’ve learnt to our future CSR projects. ”

- Clarice Chan, Founder, ICON+ Pte Ltd

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