Emily Tan Yi Lyn

  • Singapore

Emily is a Singapore/APAC ECL Mentor. She is a Global Affairs major and Data Science minor from Yale-NUS College, Singapore. Emily’s areas of expertise are entrepreneurship, community impact, and public policy. Please reach out to e.tan@crimsoneducation.org with any questions, requests, and concerns.

Emily Tan Yi Lyn Singapore
RDA provides equine-assistant therapy for disabled Singaporeans.  At RDA Singapore, we welcome volunteers both as groups and individuals, and we are always looking for new volunteers to help with our horse-riding therapy sessions for those with disabilities.  No horse experience is needed for sidewalkers as training will be provided. We offer on the job training throughout the year as well as regular training programmes every quarter. We are always looking for hard-working, passionate, and energetic people to volunteer at the therapy sessions, barn work, and fundraising to keep our free therapeutic horse riding program serving our beneficiaries each day. As a side-walker, you will be an integral part of the weekly progress of the riders, providing physical assistance and emotional encouragement. During therapy sessions, you will walk beside the horse while supporting (both physically and mentally!) and interacting with the rider and facilitate therapy activities. As such,...

Emily Tan Yi Lyn Singapore
Our mission is to  empower and improve the quality of life  of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities (PWIDs) and their families and improve the quality of life for PWIDs by forging strong families, bridging them with the community and growing the movement to champion and advocate for PWIDs. In line with MINDS vision and mission, our overarching strategy has always been a continual review, improvement, and evolution of our services in anticipation of our clients’ changing needs in their life-cycle. MINDS aims to provide a seamless range of quality services that meet the current and future needs of persons with intellectual disability (PWIDs) and their caregivers and be a leading player and thought leader in the sector. At MINDS, our volunteers are more than just volunteers – they are friends, advocates, and catalysts of change in the special needs community. We welcome individuals from all walks of life to invest in our cause. A simple act of giving,...

Emily Tan Yi Lyn Singapore
Global Compact Network Singapore (GCNS) is the local chapter of the United Nations Global Compact. As the leading voice on corporate sustainability, GCNS drives multi-stakeholder action to forge a more sustainable future, founded on the Ten Principles of the United Nations Global Compact and the Sustainable Development Goals. The GCNS Youth Alliance is a membership programme that aims to provide youths in Singapore aged between 18 and 35 with learning, volunteering and career development opportunities in sustainability. Launched at the GCNS Youth Forum 2019, the Alliance will empower youths to contribute towards advancing the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) while propelling career ambitions in sustainability. Career Development Opportunities Member rates for GCNS training programmes Complimentary passes to GCNS Summit** Internship opportunities with GCNS Member companies* Learning Opportunities Priority to be part of the GCNS Youth...

Emily Tan Yi Lyn Worldwide
WE'RE ON A MISSION TO CLOSE THE GENDER GAP IN TECH. Girls Who Code is on a mission to close the gender gap in technology and to change the image of what a programmer looks like and does. We're reaching girls around the world and are on track to close the gender gap in new entry-level tech jobs by 2030. Clubs are free after-school programs for 3rd-5th and 6th-12th grade girls to join our sisterhood of supportive peers and role models using computer science to change the world. SISTERHOOD Join a safe and supportive environment of peers and role models where girls learn to see themselves as computer scientists. CODE Learn the concepts of loops, variables, conditionals, and functions that form the basis of all programming languages. IMPACT Work in teams to complete a computer science impact project that solves a real-world problem in your community.

Emily Tan Yi Lyn Singapore
The iBuildSG Club is a club for students interested in or are curious about Singapore’s Built Environment (BE). The club introduces students to the BE sector through exciting and engaging activities such as learning journeys, workshops, competitions and more! These activities are designed to expose students to different aspects & careers of the BE sector, as well as the industry’s transformation efforts. WORKSHOPS Our iBuildSG Club workshops are designed to equip members with the building blocks that form the foundation required for many different professions in the BE sector. Our workshop content incorporates STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) concepts and ideas as well as sustainability thinking. Members who join our workshops will takeaway fundamental skills and knowledge on key topics that can be applied in the dynamic BE sector. Sustainability Workshops BCA has paved the way towards sustainability with the target of greening at least 80% of...

Emily Tan Yi Lyn Worldwide
We believe in the power of girls. Girls have a tremendous, often untapped power to change the world. Girl Up helps girls access their inner power to advance the skills, rights, and opportunities of girls everywhere.  Girl Up was founded by the UN Foundation in 2010 as an initiative to help support UN agencies that focus on adolescent girls. We focus on building leadership within individual girls first, including self-confidence, personal accountability and long-term aspirations. Our programs help girls to hone their skills in community organizing, goal setting, and effective communication. Girls who complete our programming report increased confidence, higher levels of civic participation, and a stronger conviction and ability to take action for global good.  All around the world, our network of a million supporters is mobilizing for gender equality. Will you stand with us? Through education, fundraising, advocacy and service, Girl Up Club members develop the leadership...

Emily Tan Yi Lyn Worldwide
ReadAble Singapore is a community of passionate people who believe in beating poverty one word at a time.  WE TEACH. Since January 2014, ReadAble has been running weekly reading and language arts classes for children ages 2 to 15 in a neighbourhood in the Chin Swee area. We started out teaching in children’s homes, but have grown to occupy classrooms in the Residents’ Committee Centre. We teach a phonics-based curriculum to our earliest readers and deliver a programme which complements the primary school syllabus for those who have mastered the basics of reading. We use drama, movement and play to draw out a love for reading, build self-confidence, and encourage creativity. WE BUILD. ReadAble has built a community library of over a thousand books for our kids to freely access books at every reading level throughout the week. We also organise educational excursions to plays and museums, as well as connect kids’ families with community resources, such as school supply donations...

Emily Tan Yi Lyn Singapore
Love spending time surrounded by nature? Passionate about greenery? Then come join us on this journey towards making Singapore our City in Nature. Whether you are a student, professional, retiree or on a study/career break, we welcome you. Volunteers are important to us, and we value the time and contributions of every one on our volunteer programme. This partnership with our greenery enthusiasts has allowed us to accomplish much more than we could. Join us and make a difference in our nature areas and green spaces! Choose from a wide range of volunteer opportunities:  Friends of the Parks :  localized communities representing active stakeholders and volunteers within the park’s ecosystem Citizen Science :  Participate in organised research efforts to survey the biodiversity around us. The data you help collect can inform decision makers and help to formulate conservation strategies. Community in Bloom : Put your green fingers to good use as you maintain a...

Emily Tan Yi Lyn Singapore
The Economist Service, under the Ministry of Trade and Finance Singapore, is a professional scheme for the economists in the Singapore public service. Our work involves surveillance of the economic environment, and rigorous, policy-oriented economic research and analysis.  As an Economist, you will help to advance economic thought in Singapore’s public policies to shape our nation’s future. The Economist Service (ES) offers internships to students under the ES Research Assistant Programme. The programme will give you the opportunity to participate in applied research, expand your professional network, and learn more about work in the ES. As an intern, you will assist Economists in MTI or other government agencies in an empirical research project. This project is typically assigned by your supervisor, but we are open to considering project ideas that you may have. At the end of the internship, you will present your findings at internal research meetings. We offer ten- to...