On April 6, participants from the U.S. Embassy Singapore-ITE Alumni Mentoring Program gathered at Mastercard’s Asia-Pacific headquarters here in Singapore. Student mentees learned how to develop themselves to become innovative and resilient individuals in society as they were introduced to the A.L.L. principle – ASKING discovery questions, LISTENING actively, and LEARNING to apply.
The U.S. Embassy Singapore-ITE Alumni Mentoring Program strengthens relationships with alumni of U.S. government exchanges while providing role models and building resilience in young Singaporeans, many of whom come from disadvantaged backgrounds. Past sessions were hosted by innovative American companies with a presence in Singapore, including Nike and Boeing.