How does it feel to walk a mile in the shoes of someone living with socio-economic challenges? Find out how experiential learning experiences help to spur interest and empathy amongst the Girls.
Can we still feel grateful for the things we have even as we live through a pandemic-stricken season? Read more to find out how we encourage Girls to adopt an attitude of thanksgiving through a series of online games and challenges.
Can a uniformed group keep its relevance even in unprecedented times? Is a GB Girl settling for less during the pandemic? Discover how Companies adapt to challenges under the new normal and create the best online experience for their Girls.
Redefining our community service platform. Rallying the nation to serve 3000 beneficiaries in the midst of the pandemic.
How can we weave through difficulties to emerge stronger in times of uncertainty? Amidst the chaos of Home-based Learning and Circuit Breaker measures, Companies have wasted no time in finding creative ways to ‘Keep the GB connection alive’. Find out how Officers look for creative ways to redesign the UG experience for our Girls!
How can we engage our Girls to raise awareness of mental health concerns within their community? Find out how 1500 Girls came up with creative entries to advocate for better mental wellness through our very first mental health national competition, Better Minds, Better Tomorrow.
New regulations made it harder for physical activities to take place but that did not deter 700 Girls from spending the morning with 3 esteemed speakers, international author Nick Vujicic, Esther Tan (from the Singapore Women’s Everest Team) and Aiken Chia (online talent and content creator). Find out what the Girls have gleaned from their experience in times of trial and triumph.
MakerSpace is a collaborative workspace for individuals to make, learn, explore and share creative ideas and innovation with the help of technological tools.
Code to Serve is a national competition that showcased the innovative products of more than 900 Girls. With the support of the Info-communications Media Development Authority (IMDA), Zenitant Holdings and Amazon Web Services, all 120 teams spent over 8 months, attending coding workshops and working on new digital design solutions to improve the quality of life of others.