Advising career and further education choices through a pandemic (Mock Yi Jun; COVID-19, one year on)

Glass building by a small pond (Photo by Ng Shi Wen)

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One year ago, we documented community initiatives and discussed structural challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic in Singapore. One year later, we are inviting the same guests back to talk about their work, how they are feeling, and what they think we have learnt or have yet to learn from the pandemic. Today, we have Mock Yi Jun, who leads the youth-led non-profit Advisory, dedicated to help young Singaporeans make informed career and further education choices. Last year, he shared how the non-profit worked to transition online, and now we learn more about how the transition has evolved.

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We previously spoke to Yi Jun in April 2020. The feature photo is by Ng Shi Wen.

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