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12-week programme started 18 march 2024
Be an Excellent Next-Generation Professional at TAP2024!
Future-proof your career by gaining industry-relevant skills and experience in an inclusive learning environment only at the TomoWork Talent Accelerator Programme (TAP).
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13 MARCH - 1 JUNE 2023
Be an Excellent Next-Generation Professional Today!
Future-proof your career by gaining industry-relevant skills and experience at the TomoWork Talent Acceleration Programme (TAP) this March.
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13 MARCH - 1 JUNE 2023
Be an Excellent Next-Generation Professional Today!
Future-proof your career by gaining industry-relevant skills and experience at the TomoWork Talent Acceleration Programme (TAP) this March.
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Be an Excellent Next-Generation Professional at TAP2024!
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We deliver high-impact programmes to empower communities and leverage diversity in the workplace.

Having a diverse workforce is now a business necessity, but unlocking the hidden potential of such a workforce has its challenges. By empowering Persons with Disabilities and Students with Tailored Assistance to fully demonstrate their skills, TomoWork aims to bring the differently-abled community, private and public sectors together to tackle these challenges.

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People participated in our programmes

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Employed (at least an internship) after our flagship Talent Accelerator Programme

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*The number as of the 6 of Jan 2024 (Employment rate is TAP2021,  TAP2022, and TAP2023)

Graduating soon and looking to be job-ready? Discover which programme is right for you:

  • Talent Accelerator Programme (TAP)
  • Talent Explorer Programme (TEP) for POLITE
  • Talent Explorer Programme (TEP) for University
  • Talent Uplift Programme (TUP)
  • Talent On-Demand Programme (TOP)

Take your organisation’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) to the next level. Get involved!

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Media

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Published on 6 June 2024

Unleashing the Power of Volunteer: TomoWork's Annual Event Celebrates 5 Years of Impact 4 in 5 Achieve Employment after TomoWork Flagship Programme

Singapore, 6 June 2024 — TomoWork, a charitable non-profit organisation in Singapore, marked its 5th-anniversary celebration with its annual gathering and fundraising event, Tomo Day 2024 at Nanyang Polytechnic (NYP). This annual event showcased the success of its initiatives, particularly the Talent Accelerator Programme (TAP), which saw four in five of its graduates achieve gainful employment.

The event was graced by Guest of Honour Mr. Eric Chua, Senior Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Social and Family Development & Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth. Around 150 guests gathered to celebrate TomoWork’s dedicated efforts in delivering impactful programmes.

The flagship Talent Accelerator Programme (TAP), designed to provide persons with disabilities with essential skills and experience, saw 79%* of participants securing employment outcomes within six months of programme completion. This and other programmes have positively impacted 295 persons with disabilities (PWDs) and students with Special Educational Needs (SEN).

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The Straits Times. Published on 6 June 2024

S’pore charity’s special programme prepares people with disabilities for work

SINGAPORE – Jobseeker Lai Su Ying had some issues when speaking to potential recruiters who wanted to have a quick chat with her over the phone before an interview.

Ms Lai, a 19-year-old Temasek Polytechnic graduate who has moderate hearing loss, said some companies might not understand her need for video calls where she is able to read the interviewers’ lips.

She said: “It makes me feel like I’m not really seen.”

In 2011, she started using a hearing aid when she noticed that people around her would sometimes get fed up because she kept asking them to repeat what they had said.

It can be painful when others dismiss her experiences, she said.

But many like Ms Lai have gained immensely from a 12-week school-to-work Talent Accelerator Programme run by charity TomoWork.

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