Here are some inspiring stories of organisations that have helped make a difference in taking Singapore one step further into our digitalisation journey. Have a story to share? Please write to Digital_readiness@mci.gov.sg.
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In line with Singapore’s digital readiness movement, the Tech@Shopee series caters to people of all age groups and backgrounds — from beginners who are exploring the technology scene to advanced coders who want to deep dive into challenging technology top
PwC Singapore has pledged close to S$10 million over 2 years to digitally upskill its people, part of its global commitment called ‘New World. New Skills.’.
The programme will see the digital upskilling of over 3,500 individuals, over 80,000 training hou
MacPherson Cares App is a ground-up project, designed for the estate’s residents. In line with the national drive to leverage on technology to build a smart nation, MacPherson which has one of the highest number of elderly residents in Singapore, endeavou
Hatch’s training programme takes in youth from diverse backgrounds and nurture them into skilled, adaptable, and driven employees for businesses. The company works with school dropouts and youths at risk – most of them currently working in semi-skilled or
GIC seeks to build skills and confidence in the community through their community engagement initiatives. GIC’s Technology Group (TG) partnered with Social Health Growth (SHG) to enhance the computer literacy of SHG’s beneficiaries, consisting of single-p
Since 2017, Edukinect has annually committed 85 man-hours of pro bono training in service to educators, caregivers, individuals with hearing, mobility or cognitive impairments.
Through a series of workshops, Edukinect showed participants how accessibilit
04 Nov 19
The International Singapore Intergenerational Games (I-SING) is the first-of-its-kind exergaming competition for older adults that promotes digital inclusion and exercise through intergenerational exergames and bonding.
Initially an A*Star-funded exerg
31 Oct 19
In collaboration with the Infocomm Media Development Authority, National Library Board, NTUC Learning Hub, Apple and Council for Third Age, RSVP Singapore brought IT learning into community spaces such as the public libraries and Senior Activity Centres.
At Microsoft, ensuring that everyone can benefit from the economic opportunities in the new digital economy is a key priority. Correspondingly, the two focus areas are helping organisations and individuals embrace tech intensity by skill building and maki