In SoC, we recognise that leadership comes in many different forms. We also understand that we may have leaders amongst our students who have not yet been identified.
As such, SoC has a Student Award System to recognise contributions of our students.
Drawing inspiration from the International Baccalaureate system of Creativity Activity Services, this system hopes to create a similar system to incentivise leadership while providing all-rounded enrichment beyond academics.
The student award system falls around 4 pillars:
Roles or designation that involves leadership within Club or Interest Groups under NUS SoC
- Management Committee of NUS Students’ Computing Club
- Core Team members of NUS Hackers
- Project Director of major events such as GameCraft
Students who attain a certain level of achievement while representing NUS SoC, NUS, or Singapore in a competition.
- Winning in Hackathon
- Getting medal in NUS Inter-Faculty Games
Any experience that involves unpaid voluntary work under the name of NUS SoC that benefits the community in NUS or otherwise.
- NUS Flag Day
- Beneficiary Engagement Day
- NUS SoC Code for Community
- Community Involvement Programme (CIP)
- Helpers for FOP, and other similar type events
Any involvement in School based events or competitions that required active training/participation.
- Representing SoC in IFG
- Orientation Group Leaders for Freshmen Orientation Week
- House Head for Orientation Camps
- Committee for Freshmen Orientation Projects
Enrichment programmes are student leadership workshops conducted by the University. External workshops are not allowed. Workshops can be conducted by:
- NUS SoC Student Life
- NUS Departments (E.g. Office of Student Affairs; Centre for Future-Ready Graduates)
- Career Advisors from CFG
In order to achieve the SoC Student Awards students have to achieve points in the various Pillars, and attendance in Enrichment Programmes.
The date of application for SoC Student Awards 2020 will be announced via email.