AWiCS Mentoring Programme 2021
The AWiCS Mentoring Programme is a 12-month programme that aim to facilitate mentoring relationships so that mentors can share advice, knowledge and experiences with their mentee resulting in a mutually beneficial professional development relationship. Each mentor and mentee pair will communicate, interact and achieve their mentoring program goals differently – in the way that best suits each pair.
Application for mentees are now open!
Er. Emily Tan - Managing Director, TSM Consultancy Pte Ltd
Ms Estella Kueh - Director, Development Coordination 2, Urban Redevelopment Authority
Ms Vimalatulasi - Project Manager, Land Transport Authority
Ms Finn Tay - Director, JTC Corporation
Er. Jacqueline Chan - Managing Director, DSCO Group Pte Ltd
Ar. Mei Lan, Wo - Director, Liu & Wo Architects Pte Ltd
Er. Zhengxia, Cong - Technical Manager, Woh Hup Pte Ltd
Er. Yi Yng, Jee - Country Representative, Executive Director, Transportation, AECOM Singapore Pte Ltd
Er. Sng Jiek Wai - Director, J.Roger Preston Limited
Frequently Asked Questions
Who can apply to be a mentee?
Any women working within the Built Environment industry with 3-5 years of working experience are eligible.
How do I apply to be a mentee?
Please email us at with your CV and one page write up.
How is the application and selection process like?
It is based on your CV and the A4 page write up on why you should be selected for the programme. Shortlisted candidate will be invited for interviews.
Do I have to be a member of AWiCS to apply?
Yes. You must be a member of AWiCS to apply. Register as a member:
Is there an application fee or programme fee?
There will be a application fee of S$50 for the Mentoring Programme.
If the application is unsuccessful, the S$50 will be refunded.
MENTORS AND MENTEES
Who are the mentors?
The mentors are from different sectors of the industry, i.e. clients, consultants, contractors, the authorities, etc. If you would like to become a mentor, feel free to speak to our committee and understand how you can be involved.
How are mentors and mentees paired?
Successful candidates, i.e. the mentees, will be required to fill in a form stating their expectations and desired outcome of the mentoring programme. After that, a ‘chemistry check’ between the mentor and mentee will take place. It could be in a form of an informal coffee session.
What do I need to do to complete the programme?
The programme consists of 6 sessions over a 12-months period. Be committed, open-minded and honest to fully benefit from the programme.
How does the programme benefit the mentees?
Mentees can expand their knowledge and skills, gain valuable advice from a more experienced person and build their professional network.
Where can I find more information about the programme?
Join us as a AWiCS Ordinary Member to receive latest updates or attend our AWiCS events to speak to our committee members!