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16 October 2011

AJCAA Undergraduate Bursary Award 2011

We have just awarded bursary to 2 more worthy recipients for 2011 — Cai Yiming and Song Cai Feng.

Cai Yiming (PDG 03/07) — 1st Year undergraduate at NTU Communication Studies

Yiming possesses a strong passion for Wushu which he has cultivated since a very young age. Representing his schools and the country in numerous events, one of his notable achievements was clinching Gold in the Individual Event for the National Wushu Competition in 2007. He also returned to AJC to mentor Wushu juniors.

Since graduating from AJC, Yiming has been financially independent. He plans to continue to do so with a work/study scheme to lighten the family's burden. Yiming's father has retired and his younger siblings are still pursuing their studies.

Aspiring to be a copywriter, Yiming has clear goals to achieve his dreams. Currently pursuing a degree in a related field, he too hopes to acquire experience in advertising and marketing in the near future.

With a keen interest to do his part in helping those in need, Yiming joined AJCAA's 1st International Service-Learning Project "Melodies From The Heart" in Indonesia, co-leading the Logistics section. Designing print works and games, Yiming was also involved in sourcing for funds and sponsorships, hence contributing to the project's success. Thank you, Yiming!

Cai Yiming (left) receiving the Bursary Award from Ms Siau, EXCO member of AJCAA and VP of AJC.
Cai Yiming (left) receiving the Bursary Award from Ms Siau, EXCO member of AJCAA and VP of AJC.

Song Cai Feng (PDG 37/09) — 1st Year undergraduate at NUS Arts and Social Sciences

During her years in Junior College, Cai Feng was actively involved in the oratorical scene. She was also part of the AJC's Debate and Oratorical Society which clinched final placings in the National Public Speaking competition.

In the literary scene, she is a passionate writer who has recently published a young adult fantasy-themed fictional novel which she co-wrote with her twin brother. It is currently available in local bookstores — go get a copy now!

Cai Feng intends to major in Psychology and has been giving tuition in order to finance her own university expenses.

With an aging grandparent and younger siblings at home, Cai Feng hopes the award can help to ease her parents' financial burden.

Song Cai Feng (left) receiving the Bursary Award from Ms Siau, EXCO member of AJCAA and VP of AJC.
Song Cai Feng (left) receiving the Bursary Award from Ms Siau, EXCO member of AJCAA and VP of AJC.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank the College, donors, audience, performers, crew and the organizing committee of Reunion 2 concert for their generous donations, support and effort in raising funds for the Bursary. It will be heartening for all AJCians and alumnus to know that the funds we have raised from the event shall extend the Bursary's lifespan for another 3 years!

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Project Melodies from the Heart 2011

During the June holidays, while most of us are either busy working or busy preparing for entry to University, a group of like-minded youth who share the same mindset came together, to showcase the spirit of Non Mihi Solum.

20 ex-AJCians came together and embarked on AJCAA's very first International Service-Learning (ISL) Project, named Melodies from the Heart, to Indonesia from 30th May to 13th June 2011. Not only did the volunteers conduct some workshops for the kids over in Indonesia, they also constructed a library for the primary school children, and did some basic refurbishments to the centre. To end the whole trip, the volunteers organized a cultural exchange event, where they shared Singapore's unique culture through performance, and of course, cooking Tang Yuan and Mua Chi for the Indonesian friends to try.

At Changi Airport before going on our overseas expedition.
At Changi Airport before going on our overseas expedition.

Read on to find out what some of the participants and the partners they worked with has to say about the project!

"It was an eye-opening experience for me. It has broadened my horizons and deepens my thoughts." — Ong Yong Cheng, Head of Programmes, Melodies from the Heart

"This project has enriched my life tremendously, and has served as a reinforcement to remind me that we should constantly be grateful for who we are." — Kendrik Tan, Project Leader, Melodies from the Heart

"The activities they (volunteers) conducted are very useful to the students, and have allowed the students to gain a deep understanding on study skills." — Pak Baksno, Head of Operations for Yayasan Bahkti Luhur, Indonesia

It was indeed a memorable and fulfilling experience for all the volunteers. Strong friendships have been forged, and the joy of spreading our care is beyond description.

If you are keen to be part of this wonderful project, and would like to be involved in Project Melodies from the Heart 2, which will take place in June 2012, please do email to projectmh2011@gmail.com.

17 September 2011

AJCAA Tutoring Programme 2011 Updates

The AJCAA Tutoring Programme kick-started on 6th Aug 2011, Saturday, 9am at AJC Reading Room. This year, we have reached out to 72 JC2 students with the support of 20 tutor volunteers from various batches: 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009. This has been the highest number of tutees and tutors set since 2006. The teaching subjects offered include General Paper, Economics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics. In addition, the planning committee has assigned about 50% of our tutors to 2 teaching subjects unlike the past so that the tutees can approach their allocated tutors on questions encountered in their various subjects.

We are really grateful to our tutors and Exco volunteers for coming every Saturday morning from 9am to 12 pm. Without their help, this programme will not be made possible.

As the JC2 students will be busily preparing for their prelims, the programme will temporarily suspend and the fifth session will resume back on 1st October 2011. On behalf of AJCAA, we wish them all the best and good luck!

You can view some of the photos taken during the sessions.


Teacher's Day Celebration 2011

AJC celebrated Teachers' Day on 1 September 2011 (Thursday). The theme for this year concert is "Loving the way you...". Beside dance and song items put up by the current students, there was also a slide show featuring current teachers who are ex-AJcians giving thanks to their teachers.

Teachers' Day Celebration 2011
Teachers' Day Celebration 2011

Prior to that, the AJC Alumni Association (AJCAA) started a online dedication to our teachers. Since 2006, with every approaching Teachers' Day, AJCAA used this as an avenue for current and ex-students to express their appreciation to our teachers. The dedications are viewable online.

As a tradition, AJCAA also prepared a small gift for our teachers.

Pens and clips from AJCAA
Pens and clips from AJCAA


Anderson Junior College Dinner and Dance 2011

AJC annual Dinner and Dance 2011 for the outgoing batch of JC2 students will be held on 5th December, Monday, 7pm at Orchard Hotel.

AJC Dinner and Dance 2011
AJC Dinner and Dance 2011

The organizing committee is currently looking for sponsors in kind (as prizes for games or lucky draw) and cash. The committee would greatly appreciate if you would like to contribute to the event by sponsoring them, or by providing contacts who may be potential sponsors for the event.

Please contact Ms Jeannie Chew at chew_li_lian_jeannie@moe.edu.sg or 64525930 ext 133 for sponsorship information.

The theme for this year is Casino Royale — Dinner and Dance 2011, a once in a lifetime event not to be missed. A night where friendships are reaffirmed, and well wishes abound as the graduating class will be embarking on different paths thereafter.

For further information, please refer to http://ajcdnd2011.fbfollow.me.

13 August 2011

The Reunion 2

Keep smilin'
Keep shinin'

Knowin' you can always count on me
for sure
that's what friends are for

In good times
And bad times
I'll be on your side forever more
That's what friends are for

~ "That's what friends are for"

After one year's of preparations, THE REUNION 2, which was also part of AJCAA's 10th Anniversary celebrations, ended with a heartwarming note when the audience joined the AJCAA performing groups in singing the finale song "That's what friends are for". This special performance helped to raise funds for the AJCAA Bursary Award, which was established in 2006, to provide financial assistance to needy AJCians to complete their undergraduate studies.

The evening's performance highlighted the talents of the AJCAA Chinese Orchestra, Choir, Guitar Ensemble and Symphonic Band. Our alumni performers are not professional musicians, but they contribute their time and effort to make sure that the performance's standard was not compromised. Over the year's of preparations, some of THE REUNION 2 Team members completed their National Service duties; some struggled with their universities' examinations; some started their first careers; and some even became new parents. But their commitment to THE REUNION 2 has remained the same.

THE REUNION 2 Team and AJCAA would like to thank Mr Seng Han Thong (MP for AMK GRC and Patron for AJCAA), Ms Susan Leong (Principal for AJC), AJC staff, current and former AJCians, family members, friends and all well-wishers, who joined us at THE REUNION 2. And also not forgetting those of you who were not able to join us at the performance in AJC Auditorium, but made direct donations to the AJCAA Bursary Award, we really appreciate your support, as it is truly valuable for AJCAA to be able to continue to help our fellow AJCians.

THE REUNION 2 will remain as a special part in us, as we have forged new friendships and renewed old ones while we prepared for this performance.

Thank you.

Mr Seng Han Thong, our GOH for the performance
Mr Seng Han Thong, our GOH for the performance

Mr Seng addressing The REUNION 2 Team
Mr Seng addressing The REUNION 2 Team

Mr Seng and Kent Teo (AJCAA Secretary)
Mr Seng and Kent Teo (AJCAA Secretary)

Mr Seng contributed his share to the AJCAA Bursary Award
Mr Seng contributed his share to the AJCAA Bursary Award

When Reunion 1 met Reunion 2
When Reunion 1 met Reunion 2

Ms Leong and the Alumni Office teachers
Ms Leong and the Alumni Office teachers

Well wishes from AJC Alumnus, the Goh Twin Sisters ~ Thank You
Well wishes from AJC Alumnus, the Goh Twin Sisters ~ Thank You

Good friends catching up
Good friends catching up

THE REUNION 2 audience
THE REUNION 2 audience

THE REUNION 2 banner ~ thank you, Tianfa
THE REUNION 2 banner ~ thank you, Tianfa

AJCAA Chinese Orchestra
AJCAA Chinese Orchestra

AJCAA Choir
AJCAA Choir

AJCAA Symphonic Band
AJCAA Symphonic Band

AJCAA Guitar
AJCAA Guitar

The slide show ~ featuring Yi Heng (at far left) and the Bookshop Uncle
The slide show ~ featuring Yi Heng (at far left) and the Bookshop Uncle

THE REUNION 2 finale
THE REUNION 2 finale

That's what friends are for
That's what friends are for

P, VPs & Alford Yu (Creative Director for THE REUNION 2)
P, VPs & Alford Yu (Creative Director for THE REUNION 2)

Kexin (at left) with her PD Tutor, Ms Corrine Zhu
Kexin (at left) with her PD Tutor, Ms Corrine Zhu

Mr Ng Hong Peng (at left) and Tueston Oh, our photographers
Mr Ng Hong Peng (at left) and Tueston Oh, our photographers

Good friends catching up
Good friends catching up

Good friends catching up
Good friends catching up

Good friends catching up
Good friends catching up

17 July 2011

AJCAA Tutoring Programme 2011

Dear Alumnus,

Till date, 14 alumnus from various batches, i.e. 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009 have registered themselves as tutor volunteers and we thank them for their support. Please be reminded that the compulsory briefing and sharing session will be held on 23 Jul 2011, Saturday, 10am to 12pm at AJC Teachers' Meeting Room (Level 2). Light refreshments will be provided. See you there.

Meanwhile, we still welcome tutors who can teach Physics, Chemistry or Biology, thus the deadline for the final recruitment will be extended to 20 Jul 2011.

Interested ex-AJCians are to submit the online application form at https://spreadsheets.google.com/a/ajcaa.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dG02OVpWcWE0cW5LeGxGUXlwWWFYVFE6MQ.

To know more about the Tutoring Programme, please visit our Tutoring page.

For any enquiries, please email us at tutoring@ajcaa.com.

Below are testimonials from tutees who have participated in the AJCAA Tutoring Programme 2010. We thank all the tutor volunteers who have contributed and wish all the tutees all the best in their future endeavor:

"I took part in the AJCAA Tutoring Programme in 2010. Through this programme, it provides me with an alternative channel to clarify my doubts and allows me to practice more. It supports my studies by giving me more opportunities to explore the concepts thoroughly so that I can easily clear my misconceptions. It has indeed helped me to achieve good results and I am really thankful for the time and effort put in by the organising committee and my tutor in this programme." — Sim Shin Ying, PDG 24/09 (Biology)

"I was a student who benefited from the AJCAA Tutoring Programme 2010. I felt the program has benefited all students in general as it acts as a platform for us students to learn and improve on our weaker subjects from our very own seniors. I am very grateful for the time and effort put in by the volunteer tutors! Kudos! :)" — Chia Pei Jun, PDG 33/09 (Geography)

"Through the AJCAA Tutoring Program, I have managed to gain a better understanding of Physics concepts as the tutors of are nearer age to us hence making it easier for us to communicate and discuss ideas. The tuition program has been an excellent platform for me to raise any doubts that I had regarding any Physics assignment. The tuition conducted in groups made learning more engaging and easier as we could discuss and debate about the answers of the questions. Lastly, through this program I was also able to ask my tutor questions out of the subject e.g. Math questions and also questions out of syllabus. The tutor also had additional resources which had helped to facilitate my understanding and improve my problem solving skills." — Tay Jie Xin Joyce, PDG 08/09 (Physics)

"The AJC Alumni session gave me a chance to revise intensively for Geography on weekends. For four hours, we get to ask any questions on the topics not only taught in JC2, but also those in JC1. We also got to try out questions in the past-years prelim papers and A-Level Exams that have not been covered in class. During the peer tutoring session, we would have many engaging discussions on any concepts that we were unsure about. The tutor not only revised with us the content knowledge needed to handle the question but also the way to structure the answer. He is also well-prepared with a ten-year series book by the side for reference and for occasions where he will guide us through some interesting facts." — Toh Wei Lin, PDG 33/09 (Geography)

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Teacher's Day Dedication 2011

Since 2006, with every approaching Teachers' Day, Anderson Junior College Alumni Association and its members have looked for ways to express our sincere gratitude and appreciation to all the teachers of AJC.

We will be creating a dedication page to include your words of thanks, compliments and dedications to any current/former AJC teacher(s) you have in mind.

We have created an online submission form where you can submit your special Teachers' Day dedications to your AJC teachers.

The dedication page will be made known to all AJC teachers and published on our web site on 1 September 2011.

Note: Teachers' Day falls on 2 September 2011 (first Friday of September).


Involvement of Alumni in College

Every year, the Singapore Police Force (SPF) gives out the SPF Book Prize worth $2000 to deserving JC1 or Year 5 students (undertaking the International Baccalaureate) in recognition for their excellent academic as well as CCA achievements. The college is proud that one of our JC2 students Han Swee Yee from 12/10 received the SPF Book Prize this year. It was even more memorable when the book prize was presented to Swee Yee by one of the AJC alumnus, Mr Jerry See. Mr See is currently the Senior Assistant Commissioner of Police Director Manpower Department. The college is proud of the achievement of these two students.


Panel of speakers On 5 Jul 2011, the college organised a career guidance mass civics session for the JC2. The college was happy to invite three of our alumnus Dr Gerald Koh, Ms Cherie Lim and Ms Chew Li Ping to be back as speakers for the session. They were also part of the question and answer panel which students get to ask about matters pertaining to career choice, qualifications requirements and job aspirations. The informative and personal session were well received by the students as the speakers had wide experience in their field of work. The college would like to thank the speakers for volunteering their valuable time to benefit the current students.

19 June 2011

The Reunion 2

Reserve tickets now!

The Reunion 2
Date: 30 July 2011
Time: 7:30 pm — 9:00 pm
Venue: Anderson Junior College Auditorium (inside Anderson Junior College)
Ticket Prices: $50 / $20 (price depends on seat location in the Auditorium)
(Check out the synopsis.)

2011 marks the 10th anniversary of AJCAA. To celebrate these 10 long years of commitment, we will be launching a performance called THE REUNION2 on 30 July 2011. Following the successful performance THE REUNION1 4 years ago, AJCAA would like to present THE REUNION2 to bring friends of AJC together and enjoy an evening of light-hearted performances specially prepared by our volunteer interest groups.

All proceeds from this AJCAA "REUNION 2" production will be contributed to the AJCAA Bursary.

Tickets can be reserved online.

Alternatively, you can purchase the tickets over-the-counter in AJC General Office during office hours.

For any ticketing enquiries, please email reunion@ajcaa.com.

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22 May 2011

AJCAA Undergraduate Bursary Award 2011 Application Now Open

Dear alumni of Anderson Junior College,

Anderson Junior College Alumni Association (AJCAA) is sincerely inviting suitable ex-students of AJC to apply for its annual undergraduate bursary award.

The undergraduate bursary award is instituted by AJCAA in 2005. This award(s) aims to assist former students of AJC who require financial assistance for their full-time undergraduate studies in Nanyang Technological University, National University of Singapore or Singapore Management University. Since its inauguration, a total of 9 ex-AJCians have received this award.

Each award is valued at $1,500 and the full amount will be disbursed to successful applicants by end of July 2011.

Interested applicants can obtain all necessary information from our Bursary page.

Application opens now, and closes on 30 Jun 2011.

Short-listed applicants will be invited for a short interview with the AJC Alumni Association Executive Committee in the later half of July.

For any enquiries, feel free to contact us at bursary@ajcaa.com. Thank you.

Best regards,
Lau Kiat Meng
President

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Recruitment of tutors for AJCAA Tutoring Programme 2011

We are currently recruiting tutors for AJCAA Tutoring Programme 2011. The details are as follows:

17 Jul 2011: Deadline for the recruitment of tutors
23 Jul 2011: Briefing and Sharing of the AJCAA Tutoring Programme (Compulsory)
(To be conducted at AJC Teachers' Meeting Room from 10am to 12pm)
30 Jul — 8 Oct 2011: Commencement of the AJCAA Tutoring Programme (The sessions are to be on every Saturday from 9am to 12pm in the AJ Reading Room)

Interested ex-AJCians are to submit the online application form at https://spreadsheets.google.com/a/ajcaa.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dG02OVpWcWE0cW5LeGxGUXlwWWFYVFE6MQ. On the conclusion of the program, AJCAA will award testimonials and transport reimbursements for those who have participated as tutors in this programme. As the tutees are under the new syllabus, we encourage and welcome the recent batches of tutors to come forward.

To know more about the Tutoring Programme, please visit our Tutoring page.

For any enquiries, please email us at tutoring@ajcaa.com.

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28 April 2011

Project Melodies from the Heart

Project Melodies from the Heart is an initiation from a group of AJC alumni who share a common slogan: We are a part, not apart.

In this coming June 2011, with the support of AJCAA and Youth Expedition Project (YEP), this group of youth volunteers will be heading down to Malang, Indonesia to do voluntary work. They will be heading down to a Voluntary Welfare Organization, known as Yayasan Bhakti Luhur (YBL), and will be helping the unfortunate children over there. Other than introducing science experiments to the children, they are also intending to organize a sports day! Rather than organizing one for the mainstream children, they decided to take up the challenge and plan one for the disabled children, mainly visually impaired, and mobility disabled. In addition, they are also building a library cum resource room for the children and volunteers over in YBL, with the aim of improving the lives of the children by doing every little bit they can contribute.

However, the estimated cost for fulfilling this very meaningful service learning project may amount to around $8000 for this whole team of youth with financial constraints. Hence, we would like to appeal to all alumni out there to lend a helping hand to this dedicated project team. We can assure all alumni members that every single cent donated will be solely spent on voluntary purposes, and will definitely greatly benefit the children over in YBL! All money donated will be spent on organizing of the sports day such as purchasing of the sports equipment, as well as for the experiments and building of a library.

For all interested donors, be it monetary or material donations, please feel free to email to projectmh2011@gmail.com for more details.

Non Mihi Solum!


Anderson Junior College Family Day Carnival raises nearly $50,000 for charity

Anderson Junior College successfully held a joint Family Day Carnival cum Community Involvement Project on Saturday 2 April from 9am to 3pm. The theme of the event was 'AJ Family Fiesta — Community in Hand, Achieving in Tandem'. The theme celebrates the spirit of giving, and inspires AJCians to recognize the values of being connected with and contributing to the community.

The Guest of Honour for the event was Mr Seng Han Thong, then-MP for Yio Chu Kang and Patron of AJCAA.

Alumni Office teacher Ms Ng Erin (left) handing over the AJCAA umbrella to AJCAA Patron Mr Seng Han Thong (centre), who is accompanied by AJCAA President Mr Lau Kiat Meng (right)
Alumni Office teacher Ms Ng Erin (left) handing over the AJCAA umbrella to AJCAA Patron Mr Seng Han Thong (centre), who is accompanied by AJCAA President Mr Lau Kiat Meng (right)

A total of nearly $50,000 was raised from the event. All proceeds will be donated to the college's long-term partner, Asian Women's Welfare Association (AWWA), which provides a range of services to underprivileged families, senior citizens and children with disabilities. The funds raised will be used to refurbish AWWA's Seniors Activity Centre in Ang Mo Kio and to purchase materials for their Resource Centre, which serves children with special needs from the AWWA School. The groups were also present at the event.

EXCO members manning the Family Day booth
EXCO members manning the Family Day booth

As an added effort to raise funds, students from the Red Cross Humanitarian Network (a college CCA) organized a record-breaking activity, 'Thousand Hearts, One Love'. Through the sale of paper hearts, AJC created the largest logo made out of heart-shaped notes in the Singapore Book of Records, measuring 6m by 2m. The logo will be presented to AWWA as a memento from AJC. A representative from the Singapore Book of Records was present to witness the unveiling of the logo, and to accredit the feat.

(More photos taken during the Family Day can be found at the photo album.)

31 March 2011

Launching of new Facebook Group

If you are a member of our current Facebook Group, you will often receive group messages sent by our group admins. However, for normal group member like you who wish to broadcast alumni related news, events or updates (e.g. class/CCA reunion gatherings) to all group members, you would have to approach the group admins for help. In addition, as no notification will be sent, you may miss relevant postings on the (current) Group Wall.

To promote and encourage interactions, discussions and activities within the AJC Community, we have launched a new Facebook Group based on the new group design announced by Facebook last October.

One of the new features offered by the new group is that when any group member post a message on the (new) Group Wall, any other group member (who has allowed group notifications) will also receive an email notification about the new post. This means that any group member will be able to broadcast relevant messages to all group members.

We would like to encourage you to join the new group so as to receive any latest AJC/AJCAA/Alumni related news, events and updates. In addition, the new group also serves as a platform for you to announce any alumni related news, events and updates, reunion with your class/CCA mates, interact with your fellow juniors/seniors, etc. Examples of messages you can post/receive include (but not limited to):

  • AJC related news, events and updates
  • AJCAA related news, events and updates
  • Alumni related news, events and updates (e.g. an award-winning Alumni featured in mass media)
  • CCA related news, events and updates (e.g. SYF results)
  • Announcement of class reunion gatherings
  • Announcement of CCA reunion gatherings
  • Recruitment of volunteers for voluntary/charity activities that you are involved in
  • Recruitment of members to join an Alumni interest group

Our new Facebook Group can be found at http://www.facebook.com/groups/ajcaa/. (Alternatively, search for "Anderson Junior College Alumni Association".) Click on "Ask to Join Group" to send a request to join the group. (The group admins will confirm your request shortly.)

In addition, the group email for the new group is ajcaa@groups.facebook.com. After you joined the group, emailing this group email address will also generate a post to the group's Wall. This allows you to easily update the group's Wall via any browser/email client.

(Please be responsible in your posting. Any offensive post will be deleted and the poster will be banned/removed from the group.)

If you have any queries about the new group, please feel free to contact us (info@ajcaa.com).


Congratulations to the 2010 cohort

The Anderson Junior College Alumni Association (AJCAA) would like to congratulate our juniors from the 2010 cohort for the overwhelmingly positive A-level results! AJC's combination of committed teachers, coupled with hardworking and bright AJC juniors have proved to be the winning formula to excelling the examinations. We are certain that the College's continuous efforts are paying off, and we look forward to better results in the future.

Academics aside, we also extend our well wishes to the sports and aesthetics CCAs for the upcoming 'A' Division National Championships and Singapore Youth Festival Central Judging Competitions. Train hard and work hard, and do us all proud!

The college has declared a day off on Monday (04 April 2011) for all teachers and students in view of the excellent "A" level results and the Family Day on Saturday (02 April 2011).


International Service-Learning Project to Indonesia

Recruitment for AJCAA's International Service-Learning (SL) project is now officially closed! We are please to inform you that we have a team of 19 very dedicated and passionate volunteers on board! Thank you everyone for showing us your support.

For those who were unable to join us, fret not, for we are organising a couple of fund raising events. The first event will be held on 08 April 2011 in AJC, in conjunction with AJ Idol.

Date: 08 April 2011 (Friday)
Time: 1200hrs — 1800hrs
Venue: AJC

We are still welcoming any help or additional donations. If interested, feel free to email us any queries at projectmh2011@gmail.com.

03 March 2011

Here are some of the upcoming College events in March:

Release of A Level results

The 2010 A Level results will be released on 04 March 2011 (Friday). AJCAA would like to wish all graduates all the best in their future endeavours.


Track and Field Meet

Date: 11 March 2011 (Friday)
Time: 2:15pm to 5:30pm
Venue: AJC track


Band Concert: Spiritanto XIII

Date: 18 March 2011 (Friday)
Time: 7.30pm
Venue: AJC school hall
Tickets price: $8 (free seating)

To purchase tickets, please contact the band secretary, Huixian (97534969).

27 February 2011

AJCAA Annual General Meeting

The Anderson Junior College Alumni Association (AJCAA) Annual General Meeting (AGM) cum Tutoring Programme Appreciation Presentation was successfully held on 26th February 2011, Saturday, 10am to 12pm at AJC LT5. 23 people have attended and graced this esteemed event. AJCAA Vice-President, Mr Kwan Qi Xiang kicked start with the meeting agenda, namely the Secretary's Report, Treasurer's Report, Alumni Activity Survey, AJ-Link, AJCAA 10th Anniversary, Reunion 2 Update, Launch of Service Learning Project, Introduction of New EXCO Structure, Introduction of New EXCO, Tutoring Programme 2010 Appreciation Presentation and AOM — AJC Family Day 2011.

One of the highlights this year is the launch of Service Learning Project in conjunction with AJCAA's 10th Anniversary. This is our first international service-learning project to Indonesia, "Project Melodies from the Heart". An information session would be held on 12th March 2011, 10am — 12pm at AJC Teacher's Meeting Room where more details would be announced. Interested alumni are welcome to attend and contact the coordinator at projectmh2011@gmail.com for any enquiry.

AJCAA President, Mr Lau Kiat Meng expressed his words of appreciation and thanked the long servicing EXCO members including Ms Siau Fong Fui, Mr Lim Kian Kiat, Mr Kent Teo, Ms Mo Peiying, Mr Toh Zhiqiang, Mr Kwan Qi Xiang, Mr Foo Peow Ee and the teachers from the Alumni Office. In addition, he welcomed a new member, Mr Kendrick Tan to the family.

The new incoming EXCO members are:

  • President: Lau Kiat Meng (03/97)
  • Vice President: Kwan Qi Xiang (38/05)
  • Secretary: Kent Teo (20/04)
  • Treasurer: Lim Kian Kiat (02/97)
  • Assistant Treasurer: Mo Peiying (31/01)
  • Service Learning Coordinator: Kendrick Tan (16/06)
  • Interest Group Coordinator: Foo Peow Ee (07/05)
  • Corporate Communications Coordinator: Toh Zhiqiang (24/99)
  • Member: Ms Siau Fong Fui (31/91)
  • CO Head: Tan Qiuting (10/05)
  • Choir Head: Mo Peiying (31/01)
  • Next StAJe Head: Shannon Ling (39/05)

Incoming EXCO members
Incoming EXCO members

(More photos taken during the AGM can be found at the photo album.)

The new EXCO will continue to work with the Alumni Office in strengthening the partnership and engagement with the College. We would like to thank the following AJC teachers (who are also ex-AJCians) who have stepped forward to join the Alumni Office:

  • Ms Tan Joy (05/95)
  • Ms Ang Fengling (23/99)
  • Mr Udayakumar (19/00)
  • Mr Su Weizhi (09/00)
  • Ms Ng Erin (14/03)

Currently, there are vacancies for the following positions:

  • Assistant Secretary
  • Membership IC
  • Content Writer (e.g. for newsletter, blog, etc.)
  • Facebook Moderator

Interested alumni can email us at secretary@ajcaa.com for any enquiry.

Lastly, tokens of appreciation were presented to the dedicated tutors for their contributions and support to the AJCAA Tutoring Programme 2010.


International Service-Learning Project to Indonesia

International Service-Learning Project to Indonesia

Date: 12 March 2011
Time: 10am to 12pm
Venue: AJC Teachers' Meeting Room

Calling out to ALL ex-ajcians, especially our J3 girls and J5 guys!!!

Ever thought of doing an International Service-Learning Project?

Ever thought of spearheading one?

Ever thought of going to Indonesia?

Ever thought of lending a helping hand to disabled children?

Stop Thinking!

In collaboration with our 10th year anniversary, AJCAA is proud to organize our very first International Service-Learning project to Indonesia to help disabled kids this summer 2011 (29th May to 12th June)! We will also be getting grants and subsidy from Youth Expedition Project (YEP), under National Youth Council (NYC)!

Come join us on 12 March, 10am, for more information! Feel free to email us any queries at projectmh2011@gmail.com!


Family Fiesta! Community in Hand, Achieving in Tandem

Dear Alumni,

Anderson Junior College will be having a Family Day Carnival on 2 April 2011, Saturday, 9am — 3pm in the College.

Through a fun-filled fiesta, we hope to build the 'AJ Family' spirit where our students, alumni and parents come together to set up stalls and to bond over food and games.

We also hope to raise awareness of the significance of community service, and fulfill our responsibility to society through a college-wide involvement in community service. Proceeds from the sale of coupons for the carnival will be donated to the college's long-term partner, Asian Women's Welfare Association (AWWA). A voluntary welfare organisation, AWWA provides a range of services to underprivileged families, senior citizens and children with disabilities. The funds raised will be used to refurbish AWWA's Seniors Activity Centre in Ang Mo Kio and to purchase materials for their Resource Centre, which serves children with special needs from the AWWA School.

We would like to invite you to join us at the carnival as well as to support this worthy cause. Each coupon is $5. Alumni who wish to purchase Family Day coupons in advance may contact Mrs Ong Choon Yam (koh_choon_yam@moe.edu.sg). If you wish to set up stalls during the carnival, you may contact Mr Andy Lim (lim_che_pinn_andy@moe.edu.sg) before 4 March. We are also looking for sponsorship of lucky draw prizes. If you wish to contribute lucky draw prizes, you may contact Ms Soh Swee Keng (soh_swee_keng@moe.edu.sg).

All proceeds from the carnival will be donated to AWWA.

If you have any queries, please feel free to contact Ms New Yi Cheen (new_yi_cheen@moe.edu.sg).

Thank you and we look forward to having you with us at the Family Day Carnival.

Yours sincerely,
AJC Family Day 2011 Organising Committee


Recycling of Used AJC School Uniforms

We initiated a school uniform collection drive last December to collect and recycle your unwanted uniforms to your juniors who will need them more. The response is very positive, with as many as 5-6 boxes of mixed genders' uniforms collected.

Subsequently, we held a collection session on 28 January in Dance Stuidio for JC1 students eligible for Financial Assistance Scheme. Many students turned up during the event and among them, 9 students collected a total of 15 shirts / blouses, 15 skirts, 5 sets of PE attire and 2 AJC ties.

We would like to thank you for donating your unwanted school uniforms that have benefited your juniors with financial needs.


President's Award for Teachers 2011 Now Open for Nominations

The Ministry of Education (MOE) invites members of the public to nominate outstanding teachers for the 2011 President's Award for Teachers. The Award will be conferred by the President at the Istana on Teachers' Day.

Now in its fourteenth year, the President's Award for Teachers was introduced in 1998 to recognise excellent teachers for their dedication and hard work in developing our young. 45 teachers have received the award to date.

AJCAA would like to encourage you to nominate your deserving AJC teachers. Nomination forms are available at all primary and secondary schools, junior colleges, centralised institute and MOE's Customer Service Centre at 1 North Buona Vista Drive. Nomination forms can also be downloaded from the Academy of Singapore Teachers web site.

The closing date for nominations is 9 March 2011.

For more information, please visit the MOE web site or the Academy of Singapore Teachers web site.

30 January 2011

AJCAA Annual General Meeting

AJCAA will be having its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on 26 February 2011, Saturday (10 am - 12 noon) at LT5. The agenda covers the Financial report, Secretary's report, new EXCO team, Workplan Calendar and College Strategic Plan.

In conjunction, AJCAA will be presenting a token of appreciation to all the Alumni tutors who have contributed to the AJCAA Tutoring Programme 2010.

We hope to see you there.

For any enquiry, please do not hesitate to contact the Secretary (Kent) at secretary@ajcaa.com.


Alumni Activity Survey 2011

We would like to invite you to fill in a short survey on Alumni events and activities. The responses of the survey will give us a better idea on what kinds of events and activities that may interest you. It will also help us in our event planning and resource allocation for the new year.

The survey form can be found at https://spreadsheets0.google.com/viewform?formkey=dGhMX2ZWQUJWT1QwMTk3Uml6dHB4OFE6MQ. We look forward to your responses.

For any enquiry, please email info@ajcaa.com.


Online Flea Market

Starting to notice that your room is piling up with stacks of school books and notes? Yet caught in the dilemma of whether to keep them for "future reference" or discarding them. Then you are confronted with the guilt of having to throw away a bulk of investments. We have got a simple solution for you, sell them at AJ Link.

AJ Link is an online forum that aims to bring the AJ-Community together — students, alumni and teachers alike. It would serve as a bridge between the past and the present, where the seniors can provide the necessary information, insights and support to their juniors.

Register at AJ Link today, and start selling your used school materials. Not only do you free your storage, but also help our present juniors benefit from the lower prices. It is time to say goodbye to the chunk of assessment books that you bought and have yet to open, or to the graphic calculator which you no longer use!

For more details, check out the "Flea Market" section at AJ Link, or email us at forum@ajcaa.com.

29 November 2010

AJCAA Tutoring Programme 2010

Duration: 14 August 2010 — 16 October 2010

For the fifth consecutive year, AJCAA has organized the AJCAA Tutoring Programme for the A-Level students of AJC, in order to support the current batch of graduating students in their studies.

For 2010, over 7 tutoring sessions held in the reading room at AJC, we have helped 61 students who were in need of academic support as compared to 40 students in 2009. Furthermore, we have extended our tutor base to 19 alumni from 16 previously in 2009. They are from various batches: 1993, 1998. 1999, 2001, 2003 - 2008. The subjects offered for 2010 were extended to 7 from 6 in 2009 which are General Paper, Economics, Geography, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics.

We are really grateful to our fantastic alumni who came down especially on Saturday mornings from 9am to 12 pm to guide our juniors in the various subjects, clearly exemplifying our college motto of "Non Mihi Solum". Without their help, this Programme will not be made possible. We thank you for your commitment and concern for our juniors, and we look forward to collaborating with you for next year's Tutoring Programme.

For many of us, it is difficult waking up early on weekends after a long week of strenuous work or studies. This year, the alumni EXCO members played a role taking turns to watch over the sessions and to offer any necessary help to our tutors. We sincerely thank our EXCO members and appreciate the time and effort that our alumni spent in coaching our juniors.

If you are interested in joining our Tutoring Programme, you would be invited for an appraisal before the commencement of the AJCAA Tutoring Programme. On the conclusion of the program, AJCAA will award testimonials and transport reimbursements for the ex-AJCians who have participated as tutors in this Programme. Stay tuned and come forward to volunteer yourself for the Programme in 2011.

For more photos taken during the tutoring sessions, and the list of tutors and alumni who had helped out in the Programme, please refer to our report.

If you have any queries about the Tutoring Programme, please email tutoring@ajcaa.com.


Used AJC School Uniforms Collection Drive

Do you have old school uniforms that you think you will not need anymore?

Why throw them away or chuck them aside to collect dust?

As part of our effort to promote a more caring school environment, the AJC Alumni Association would like to recycle your unwanted uniforms to your juniors who will need them more.

Items we want:
Any AJC shirts, blouses, trousers, or skirts that are in good condition.

Place of collection:
You may drop them in the collection boxes outside Staffroom or in the General Office anytime before 8th December 2010.

Opening Hours of General Office:
Monday - Friday: 8.00 am to 6.00 pm
Saturday: 8.00 am to 12.45 pm
Closed on Sunday and Public Holidays

If you have any queries, please email info@ajcaa.com.


Share your AJC stories

In conjunction to AJCAA's 10th Anniversary, AJCAA invites all AJCians and staff members, both past and present, to share your unique AJC stories with everyone in the AJ Family. Post us your favourite AJC photo, describe what is in the photo and tell us your story and emotions.

You can submit your photos and stories online.

Your AJC stories and photos will be available for public viewing at a later date.

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27 September 2010

AJCAA Undergraduate Bursary Award 2010

We have just awarded bursary to 2 more recipients in 2010 — Ng Hong Kiang and Chua Chee Tek.

Ng Hong Kiang (PDG 18/04) — 2nd Year undergraduate at NUS Industrial Design
Hong Kiang has maintained a strong interest in arts and design since his JC days. While taking up part-time jobs to supplement family income, Hong Kiang has attained excellent results for his core design modules and participated in numerous design competitions. He was recently awarded 1st Prize and featured in Straits Times' Life! for his work 'An Asian Family' in NUS-WTP Young Designers' Competition. Awaiting acceptance for an exchange programme at Milan's Politechnico Di Milano to gain invaluable experiences, Hong Kiang hopes to be a role model for AJCians with interest in design and contribute back to AJC with his gift in design.

Ng Hong Kiang (left) receiving the Bursary Award from AJCAA President Lau Kiat Meng.
Ng Hong Kiang (left) receiving the Bursary Award from AJCAA President Lau Kiat Meng.

Chua Chee Tek (PDG 14/03) — Final Year undergraduate majoring in Mechatronics at NUS Mechanical Engineering
Due to both parents' advanced ages, Chee Tek has been giving tuitions to sustain family expenses. He has been consistent in his academic achievements and involvement in extra-curriculum activities with strong interest in Symphonic Band. Since last year, Chee Tek has also helped out in AJCAA Tutoring Programme for AJCians. Just returned from exchange programme at Canada's University of Waterloo, Chee Tek led his team 'TEAM RO-PE' in this year's Robocup 2010 Singapore Competition and won in both Dribble-and-Kick and Technical Challenge events in Adult Size category in the RoboCup Soccer Humanoid League.

Chua Chee Tek (left) receiving the Bursary Award from AJCAA President Lau Kiat Meng.
Chua Chee Tek (left) receiving the Bursary Award from AJCAA President Lau Kiat Meng.

Limiting to 2 recipients annually, current fund has been decreasing since 2009 and will be exhausted by 2014.

The Association needs your continuous support so as to continue to help more ex-AJCians lessen their burdens as they strive to advance in their academic pursuits.

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AJCAA Tutoring Programme 2010

The AJCAA Tutoring Programme 2010 has suspended after 4 sessions in view of the JC2 prelims. It will be resuming on 2 October 2010. To date, the Programme is a great success with high turnouts for every session. AJCAA would like to express our gratitude and appreciation to all the passionate tutors who have volunteered themselves for the Programme.

You can view some of the photos taken during this year's session.

On the other hand, some tutors will be leaving us by end September due to commencement of their university new semester. Thus, we are still looking for tutors who can tutor Chemistry or Economics.

Your help will be much appreciated. We look forward to you joining us. The Programme is held every Saturday from 9am to 12pm and expected to cease on 30 October in view of the JC2 'A' level examinations.

If you are interested, please email Kent at tutoring@ajcaa.com or SMS at 91918526. Thanks.

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16 August 2010

Alumni Update

Congratulations to Ms Siau Fong Fui (PDG 31/91) for her new appointment as the Vice Principal of AJC

Anderson Junior College Alumni Association (AJCAA) would like to express our sincere congratulations to our fellow ex-AJCian, Ms Siau Fong Fui (PDG 31/91), for her new appointment as the Vice Principal of our alma mater. Ms Siau is well deserved for this role with her outstanding contributions to the College in her various leadership appointments since she returned to AJC as a Chinese Language teacher in 1999. She was appointed as the Subject Head for non-sports CCAs in 2003. From 2004 to June 2010, she served as the Head of Department for Student Affairs Department. She is appointed as the Vice Principal on 15 June 2010.

In June 2005, Ms Siau took a year off from work to teach at the Muhammadiyah University of Yogyakarta, Indonesia, under the MOE-Singapore International Foundation (SIF) OuTrEACH Programme. She also helped to develop a Diploma course for the undergraduates and a training programme for the local Chinese Language teachers.

Ms Siau is also one of the founding members of AJCAA, which is started in 2001. To date, she continues to involve herself in AJCAA programmes and plays an active role in building the partnership between the College and the Association. AJCAA looks forward to her making great stride in her career and to continue to work closely with her in AJCAA in the coming years.


Dialogue Session

We would be holding a dialogue session on 31 August 2010 (Tuesday) at 7:30pm to meet interested alumni who wish to know more about the latest updates of AJCAA and AJC. At the same time, as part of our Mentorship Programme, we would be discussing and brainstorming how we can assist, mentor, and serve the current students to prepare them for their next stage of lives. If you would like to know more and contribute to our Mentorship Programme, please register for the dialogue session.

If you have any other queries, please send an email to mentorship@ajcaa.com.

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26 July 2010

AJCAA Tutoring Programme 2010

We are glad that 13 ex-AJCians have come forward and signed up as tutors to volunteer their time for the coming AJCAA Tutoring Programme 2010. We will like to thank them in advance.

However, we still need more volunteers to join us especially those who can teach Economics.

(If you are still considering whether to sign up, take a look at the report and photos for the Programme held last year.)

We look forward to you joining us.

If you are keen to volunteer, feel free to SMS Kent Teo at 91918526 or email tutoring@ajcaa.com by 30 July 2010.

All interested volunteers are to attend the briefing session on 31st July 2010.

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Launching of AJ Link

We have created AJ Link, an online forum for the AJC Community. AJ Link will be launched during AJC's Career & Scholarship Fair on 28 July 2010.

The current graduating batch of students will be invited to register for an account and post any question related to post A Level options, such as career options, university/course/scholarship requirements, etc.

We would like to invite you to register for an account and take part in the online discussions either by replying to any question posed by your juniors, or by starting a discussion thread with information useful to them.

Examples of information that you can share include:

  1. University Courses (Local/Overseas)
  2. Surviving University (Module Bidding/Hostel/CCAs)
  3. Scholarships (Experiences/Application Process/Types of Scholarships)
  4. Career Guidance (Job prospects)
  5. Attachment and Internship Opportunities
  6. E-consultation on subject matters

Before you begin, please register for an account.

If you have any suggestion or feedback regarding the forums, please email us at forum@ajcaa.com, or contact the following coordinators:

Coordinators: Jun Yang (98890135) / Terry (82017333)


Teacher's Day Dedication 2010

Since 2006, with every approaching Teachers' Day, Anderson Junior College Alumni Association and its members have looked for ways to express our sincere gratitude and appreciation to all the teachers of AJC.

We will be creating a dedication page to include your words of thanks, compliments and dedications to any current/former AJC teacher(s) you have in mind.

We have created an online submission form where you can submit your special Teachers' Day dedications to your AJC teachers.

The dedication page will be made known to all AJC teachers and published on our web site on 31 August 2010.


AJCAA CCA Groups

You joined a CCA when you were an AJCian in your younger days. How about continuing your passion and maintaining your CCA contacts via AJCAA?

AJCAA and the College Alumni Office cordially invite you to form the Alumni CCA groups. If you are interested to form an alumni CCA group, please email us at info@ajcaa.com

You may also like to contact the following representatives in the Alumni CCA groups. These groups are currently active in AJCAA.

21 June 2010

AJCAA Tutoring Programme 2010

We are glad that 5 ex-AJCians have come forward and signed up as tutors to volunteer their time for the coming AJCAA Tutoring Programme 2010. We will like to thank them in advance. They are from the 1993, 2005 and 2007 batches.

However, we need more volunteers to join us especially those who can teach Sciences subjects like Biology, Physics, Chemistry and Maths.

We look forward to you joining us.

If you are keen to volunteer, feel free to SMS Kent Teo at 91918526 or email tutoring@ajcaa.com.

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Recruitment of Moderators for e-Consultation Forum

Hello fellow AJC Alumnus!

After graduation, have you ever had problems deciding on which university to go to? What course to take? Can we apply for scholarships? What are the requirements for us to qualify for the university/course/scholarship? Should we study in a local or overseas university?

We now have a solution.

We are introducing an online forum where AJCians can consult teachers and seniors regarding issues pertaining to current JC affairs to post A Level options. Ex-AJCians are strongly encouraged to come forward and share their experiences with their juniors. With this portal, they will then be able to easily find information regarding university life, courses and scholarship requirements, local and overseas university comparisons, and many more. This would also be a portal where students can interact among themselves and share information regarding their present school life as well, such as academic consultation, event information (e.g. College Day), and CCA updates.

This is a fantastic way for us to contribute back to the college and also to improve the standards of AJC, thereby allowing our juniors to be the best that they can be. However, we cannot do this alone, and thus we need YOUR help!

We are currently looking for advisors to contribute and manage the various aspects of the forum:

  1. University Courses (Local/Overseas)
  2. Surviving University (Module Bidding/Hostel/CCAs)
  3. Scholarships (Experiences/Application Process/Types of Scholarships)
  4. Career Guidance (Job prospects)
  5. Attachment and Internship Opportunities
  6. E-consultation on subject matters

The role of advisors: To validate information that is shared in the forum, correcting if necessary. Moreover, they can share their personal experiences and advice to provide guidance in the respective fields. An advisor is not restricted to one aspect.

This would be just a small contribution from each one of us, but together, we can make a huge difference to the lives of AJCians. We sincerely seek your co-operation to make this a great success. If interested, please email us at forum@ajcaa.com to find out more, or contact the following coordinators:

Coordinators: Jun Yang (98890135) / Terry (82017333)


The Reunion 2

Oh, don't forget this place
Don't forget the times we'd wait
For the bell to ring
The songs we used to sing

Oh, don't forget this life
Don't forget the way we used to be
Don't forget me

~ From "Hey, Stranger", by Ryan How (class of 2002, AJC)

Pieced together by an 80-man strong ex-AJCians' team, "The Reunion" ~ AJCAA's inaugural Cultural Night in August 2007 showcased the talents of the Alumni's outstanding vocalists, musicians, dancers and actors. These performers were key members of the Alumni CCA groups, namely the Chinese LDDS, Chinese Orchestra, Choir, Dance Society and Guitar Ensemble.

Choir
Choir

Chinese Orchestra
Chinese Orchestra

Dance Society
Dance Society

To celebrate its 10th anniversary in 2011, AJCAA proudly presents "The Reunion 2". AJCAA hereby invites all ex-AJCians and AJC CCA Alumni groups to join us in this special occasion. If you are keen to perform or to organize this production with us, please contact Ms Siau Fong Fui (reunion@ajcaa.com).


Dialogue Session

We would be holding a dialogue session on 29 June 2010 (Tuesday) at 7:30pm to meet interested alumni who wish to know more about the latest updates of AJCAA and AJC. At the same time, as part of our Mentorship Programme, we would be discussing and brainstorming how we can assist, mentor, and serve the current students to prepare them for their next stage of lives. If you would like to know more and contribute to our Mentorship Programme, please register for the dialogue session.

If you have any other queries, please send an email to mentorship@ajcaa.com.

31 May 2010

AJCAA Undergraduate Bursary Award 2010

Dear alumni of Anderson Junior College,

Anderson Junior College Alumni Association (AJCAA) is sincerely inviting suitable ex-students of AJC to apply for its annual undergraduate bursary award.

The undergraduate bursary award is instituted by AJCAA in 2005. This award(s) aims to assist former students of AJC who require financial assistance for their full-time undergraduate studies in Nanyang Technological University, National University of Singapore or Singapore Management University. Since its inauguration, a total of 7 ex-AJCians have received this award.

Each award is valued at $1,500 and the full amount will be disbursed to successful applicants by August 2010.

Interested applicants can obtain all necessary information from our Bursary page.

Application opens on 01 Jun 2010, and closes on 30 Jun 2010.

Short-listed applicants will be invited for a short interview with the AJC Alumni Association Executive Committee in the month of July.

For any enquiries, feel free to contact us at bursary@ajcaa.com. Thank you.

Best regards,
Lau Kiat Meng
President

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23 May 2010

AJCAA Tutoring Programme 2010

We are currently recruiting tutors for AJCAA Tutoring Programme 2010. The dates are as followed:

24 July 2010: Deadline for the recruitment of tutors
31 July 2010: Briefing and Sharing of the AJCAA Tutoring Programme (Compulsory)
(To be conducted at AJC Teachers' Meeting Room from 10am to 12pm)
14 August — 30 October 2010: Commencement of the AJCAA Tutoring Programme (The sessions are to be on every Saturday from 9am to 12pm in the AJ Reading Room)

Interested ex-AJCians are to email their full name, PDG, subjects that they can tutor, contact number and email address.

Coordinator: Kent Teo (HP: 91918526, Email: tutoring@ajcaa.com)

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22 May 2010

AJCAA Undergraduate Bursary Award 2010

The AJCAA Undergraduate Bursary Award 2010 will be opening for applications. Application forms and information will be available before 1st June 2010. Please come back for more updates.


Career and Scholarships Day

AJC is holding a "Career and Scholarships Day" on 28th July 2010, Wednesday in the school campus. We are currently appealing for ex-AJCians or any suitable organizations from any industry to set up a booth for the exhibition or to give a career talk to students. You can also email us any contacts from any industry that you think might be suitable for this exhibition if you have any. Interested applicants, please email us with your proposed plan for this exhibition by 27th June 2010.

Please send your email to info@ajcaa.com.

25 January 2010

AJCAA Annual General Meeting

Dear Alumni,

AJCAA will be having its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on 30th January 2010, Saturday, 10am at the AJC Teacher's Meeting Room. The agenda covers the Financial report, Secretary's report, new Exco team, Workplan Calendar and College Strategic Plan.

In conjunction, AJCAA will be presenting a token of appreciation to all the Alumni tutors who have contributed to the AJCAA Tutoring Programme 2009.

We hope to see you there.

For any enquiry, please do not hesitate to contact the Secretary (Kent) at 91918526 or email at kent_teo@yahoo.com.sg.

23 November 2009

Mentorship Programme

We are looking for alumni like you to join us in our efforts of mentoring the current AJC students so as to better prepare them for their next stage of lives after graduation.

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