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Annual General Meeting 2018

Hey CAPTains!

CAPT’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held tomorrow (27 Aug, Monday) at 6pm in the CAPT MPH. Do come down to find out more about what happened in AY17/18 and witness the Official Handovers between the outgoing and incoming CSC and Neighbourhood Heads. See you there 🙂

❤ CAPT CSC & Neighbourhood Heads


Fledgling Week 3

Hope everyone is ready for another great week of exposure sessions! Here’s the Fledgling Week 3 schedule that was posted earlier in the month for easy reference!

Do note that no changes were made since then, so you may also refer to earlier posts of the schedule on CAPT in the Loop!


CAPT x CDE Engagement

Heyho CAPTains!

Sign ups for CAPTxCDE Engagement VOLUNTEERS are now open. At the same time, we are still looking for COMMITTEE members to join us in this new endeavour, so hop on board!

Still undecided and want to find out more? You’re in luck, we are having an outreach booth at DH on Monday and Tuesday during dinner! You can drop by and talk to our friendly team to find out more! See you guys!! (:


Open Mic AY18/19 Sem 1

Welcome to CAPT, freshies and welcome home, seniors! At the end of 2 years, the most significant takeaways are the friends you make and the memories we share! Clubsocs is proud to present the first Open Mic of this AY, “Memories” and it will be happening on 12 Sep (Week 5 Wed)!

The mic is open for anyone to sing, act or drop the mic and start dancing. You can do it alone or grab your friends and perform. Come on down and perform for/with the people that have given you memories in CAPT and to make new ones!

So what are you waiting for, sign up now!

Signs up closes on this Friday, 31 Aug 2359!
If you have any questions, drop Xiu Qing (92281629) a message!



Fledgling Week 2 Schedule

Hello CAPTains!

Hope you are hyped up for Fledgling Week 2! Do take note that due to some administrative processes, there have been some changes to the locations, in addition to the STEER sharing session coming up on Tuesday. The updated poster here reflects all finalised locations.

See you!

❤7th CSC


STEER Sharing Session

Hello CAPTains!

Interested in some of the Study Trip for Engagement and EnRichment (STEER) programmes that CAPT offers? STEER Botswana & SI-STEER Nepal teams are happy to share with you what we have learnt and experienced during our STEER trips in May-June 2018! 😆

See you in CAPT Master’s Commons (Level 2) on the coming Tuesday, 21 August, at 8 pm! 🤗


Looking Back

Looking Back: CAPT Affair 2018

CAPT Affair 2018, held last Tuesday, gave our freshmen a good overview of the many opportunities available in CAPT, ranging from interest groups to student committees to overseas trips! Nurbatrishia Bte Yazid, Director of External Affairs, reflects on the planning process:

“Right from the start, Joel (Director of ClubSocs) and I knew right away what we wanted as our CAPT Affair slogan: ‘Mapping Your CAPT Experience’. The objective of CAPT Affair has always been clear-cut to us; it was to let CAPTains be aware of the various opportunities for them to join this academic year. We want them to know that there is definitely something available for everyone.

Planning CAPT Affair was a hectic process, as we had to liaise with many parties for various purposes such as budget, procurement of logistics and much more. Despite the hecticness, I wouldn’t have had it any other way, seeing how willing people were to help us through it all. Triston (Director of Publicity) helped us a lot in terms of publicity especially with the video. Bernard (CSC Finance Secretary) was also a great help with the budget and procurement of logistics.

To me, the best part of the planning process was filming the publicity video. I personally had my doubts about whether people would be willing to be a part of it as they would have to sacrifice time during summer to do it. Knowing how willing they are to be part of the video has made me really appreciate CAPTains even more. We would, therefore, like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who was involved in CAPT Affair 2018 in one way or another, and for making it a huge success!

And to Joel, thank you so much for being such a trusty partner whom I relied a lot on throughout this entire journey!”

Thanks to CAPT Affair 2018, hopefully you have a good idea of the many exciting opportunities CAPT has for you! We’re sure many of you can’t wait for the exposure sessions you have signed up for. Have a good week ahead!

Also, be sure to check out the bloopers from behind the scenes of the CAPT Affair 2018 Video below!


Looking Back

Looking Back: Soap For Hope 2018

17 August marked the first of two ‘Soap for Hope’ (S4H) exposure sessions as well as the start of Social Innovation (SI) Wing’s plans for the academic year 2018/19. 20 Hua Yi Secondary School students visited CAPT to experience the soap-making process while mingling with CAPTains who came to learn the innovation story behind S4H.

Hua Yi Secondary previously organised a fund-raising campaign for Healthserve, which saw its students pledging soap bars for migrant workers by making a $2 donation. The secondary students were thus here to fulfil the pledges made. They had fun throughout as they learnt how to split the tasks while working together in some parts of the process. More importantly, they formed camaraderie among themselves when they saw the end product of their hardwork, recycled soap bars, and when they cleaned up the soap-making area, even including the toilets where they washed some of the equipment (the floor was wet after the washing)!

This mode of fund-raising was conceptualised by the SI Wing Director, Yu Xiang, who saw value in the S4H sessions. He wanted to give this socially innovative idea a new lease of life by using it to inspire more secondary school students to play a role, however simple, in contributing to marginalised communities. CAPTains, on the other hand, get to interact with the students through the soap making process, and establish relationships that will allow future sustained partnerships between CAPT and the secondary schools.

The idea behind S4H is born out of a desire to meet the needs of the Filipino rural communities, and was brought back to CAPT to showcase how different existing ideas can be combined together, improved on or refined to give rise to a novel solution which addresses a social problem. This is what the SI Wing stands for – to develop novel and yet feasible solutions to address real social issues.

In order to do that, the SI Wing needs your ideas and passion to contribute. Visit to check out what SI Wing has in store for the year and to join it!


Project Constellations

Hi CAPTains!!

Have you ever wondered how it feels like working with Youth Probationers/Youth-at-risk? Do you believe that music is truly the universal language that unites different groups of people together?

Well, if you are interested in both of the above then Project Constellations is the team for you! We are recruiting peer mentors to befriend our partners from Singapore Boys Hostel by engaging them through playing the guitar and jamming to our favourite tunes!

We will be heading down to the Singapore Boys’ Hostel weekly for a 8-week long music programme where we befriend the residents and teach them how to play the guitar! For more information, do check out our posters and feel free to contact Jing Yi or Amirah (contact details on AMP post)! Sign Ups close 22nd August and slots are limited so wait no more and join us today!!


CSC Recruitment 2018

Dear CAPTains,

CSC Recruitment 2018 has opened! You can sign up for CSC Subcommittees, OSL PDs, FOP PDs and other CSC-related committees through this link:

You can find out more about the roles available at

Please take note of the recruitment timeline below:
Sign-ups open – 15 Aug, 2359 (W1 Wed)
Sign-ups close – 25 Aug, 2359 (W2 Sat)
Release of results – 30 Aug, Morning (W3 Thurs)

We hope to welcome you into our family! See you at the interviews! 🙂

7th CSC