The following is a call from Bernard Chen, one of the organizers of the student campaign for fairer transport fares for polytechnic students.

Hi everyone,

It is with great delight that this campaign is embarking on its recruitment drive as it continues to evolve as a student grouping representing the voices of young Singaporeans. We are looking to strengthen our team with an additional 5 to 7 committed and dedicated individuals. We are not restricting it to only 7. This is just a number we are giving for ourselves. We certainly welcome more individuals; students, parents and working adults alike who are interested to step forward to serve the student community in Singapore.

If you are funky, hardworking and most importantly, have a heart for issues that affect the student community in Singapore; especially with regard to public transportation, YOU are the one we are looking for!

There is no application form to fill in and no dateline to meet. There are no positions to fill, everyone in the main grouping are of the same status/ position; that of student representative/ organiser. Simply put, a member. ;) If you are interested and would like to know more, do drop us an email at [email protected]

As this campaign embarks on consolidating its success, we are also looking for dynamic individuals to bring this campaign forward responsibly and constructively. Join us today!

We look forward to hearing from you.

Thank you.


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