Stay Connected With Us
Once in TP, always in TP! Welcome to the TP Alumni Family! As a TP alumnus, you are part of our valued family of more than 100,000 graduates from all walks of life. We are committed to your continuous professional development and personal enrichment through a host of benefits, privileges and services, available exclusively for alumni.
Do continue to stay connected with us through the following channels:
Read on to see how our alumni have been keeping in touch with us even beyond graduation!
Adulting: All About Finance
We invite you to tune in to the last of Five Finds Thrift Market’s Instagram Live series on 24 April 2021 (Saturday) at 2.30pm! Get some great insights and useful tips on financial planning and literacy, ranging from savings, investments and lots more.
Check out here for more details
Out of Your Comfort Zone By Alumna Ms Wendy Yee
Hear intimate insights on how Wendy Yee's experience in the Gobi March has bolstered her endurance, perseverance and confidence in overcoming life’s many challenges – including living and working in a foreign land.
Wendy is currently based in Montpellier, in the southern region of France.
If you missed the live webcast, you may visit the Temasek Poly Alumni Facebook to watch the recording!
National Service By LTA Nicholas Gan
“Never stop learning. Don’t shy away from opportunities. No matter what, your two years are going to be spent in National Service, so why not make it more memorable and enjoyable?”
For those who are due for enlistment, however, many fears and worries would unequivocally be running through your minds. If you are a pre-enlistee, hear it all from your fellow alumnus Nicholas (Diploma in Digital Film & Television, Class of 2017), as he shares his NS experiences and insights, thrills and spills! Also, take away many useful tips on how to survive your Basic Military Training (and beyond), understand the expectations, regime and rigours of NS life, and many more!
Nicholas was awarded the NSF of the Year 2019 and served as Platoon Commander in the Infantry Training Institute.
Watch the video to hear Nicholas relate about his NS experience