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IMG 4918 editedGroup photo of 2018 SNCF Scholars and their family members with Ms Dolly Goh

On 16 May, SNCF presented SNCF Co-operative Scholarship 2018 to three scholars - Tammy Lim, Tanya Ee and Ho Kar Yern at the scholarship deed signing ceremony. This happy occasion was also witnessed by their family members and SNCF staff.

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From left to right: Tammy Lim, Tanya Ee and Ho Kar Yern

Each year, SNCF Co-operative Scholarship attracts talented, high-calibre applicants with a heart for the people. Year on year, the number of applications has been steadily growing. For this year, we saw applications for SNCF Co-operative Scholarship increased by 23% as compared to 2017.

Under this scholarship introduced in 2008, our scholars will pursue their undergraduate studies at any local university. They will also be given opportunities of internships with SNCF's affiliates during their school vacations, attend networking sessions to learn about various co-operatives and get involved in the organisation’s activities.

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With 66 affiliates to choose from, SNCF scholars upon graduation can not only look forward to an exciting career that matches their talent and abilities, but will also be able to contribute towards the future growth and progress of the Singapore Co‐operative Movement.

Check out our SNCF 2018 scholars. They are not just scholars with brains, but also with a heart for the people.

Indiv Tammy


University: NTU
Course: Double Degree in Computer Science and Economics

Tammy aims to start a technology co-operative to help digitise co-operatives.

She firmly believes technology plays a prominent role in creating a sustainable business.

Inspired by her father who hired a staff with special needs, she believes more can be done to create a more inclusive society.




University: NUS
Course: Degree in Business Administration with Honours

Tanya is passionate about addressing people’s needs and is constantly finding solutions to innovate and resolve issues.

She partnered non-profit organisations and business incubators to create ‘Silver Cloud’, a job matching site that assists the elderly to give back to the society.

She also believes more can be done on youth education about mental health. 

Indiv Tanya 


Indiv Karyern


University: NUS
Course: Degree in Business Administration (Accountancy)

Kar Yern believes there are many ways to help the community. She dedicates her free time as an elderly befriender at the Tan Tock Seng Hospital and as a volunteer to tutor the youths.

She initiated and led a community development programme “Breakfast with Love” under the People's Association Youth Movement.

She believes more can be done to address the social issues in the elderly.



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