What is the Employability Booster Workshop?

Give Your Job Search a Boost

Job searching can be challenging, but we are ready to help you maximise your skills and confidence for better results.

The #SheEmployed fully-funded Employability Booster Workshop is a transformative programme that prepares participants to put their best selves forward in their search for better career opportunities.

As a participant in our workshop, you will be able to

  • Identify your strengths and transferable skills
  • Update your resume to be relevant and purposeful
  • Prepare for interviews with confidence
  • Design a job search action plan tailored to your needs and career aspirations

We will also provide up to two free counselling sessions* to help you through the stress of job search. In addition, you will also receive a free 1-on-1 CV review with our course instructor.

Ready to give your job search a much-needed boost

*Conditions applicable

Program Length

1 Day

Virtual or In-Person

Upcoming Workshop

18 November, Sat 10am - 4pm (In-Person @ PPIS Women Space)
28 November, Tue 10am - 4pm (Virtual)

Course Fee: Free

Submit Your Registration Now and Our Team Will be in Touch Soon

What You'll Learn

Job seekers across the Generation global network have used our expert-designed employability skills curriculum that has benefitted over 1,000 learners in Singapore, helping them find meaningful employment.

Discover Your Strengths

Identify your strengths and align them with your career aspirations

Identify transferable skills from your job history 

Discover what careers are best suited to your strengths and personality

Understand the qualities that employers look for in candidates

Update Your Skills

Write an effective resume

Receive personalised feedback on how to improve your resume or how to start one from scratch

Practice commonly asked interview questions using a framework to build and project confidence in an interview


Strategise Your Job Search

Learn how to strategise your job search

Verify the authenticity of job postings

Learn best practices to search for opportunities

Make use of available career resources

Create an action plan


Hear From Past Participants

The workshop has helped me a lot by understanding more about my skills, strengths and weaknesses and identifying ways to improve. I’m getting to know myself more and building more confidence to tackling interviews. Thank you for the guidance, I appreciate it.

– Nurul, Workshop Participant


I learnt new tactics and boost more confidence for future interviews.

– Hui Keng, Workshop Participant


For someone who stutters and has fears of public speaking and doing presentations, the group discussions conducted to practice interviews , helps a lot. Helps me to structure out words to the best ability.

– CT, Workshop Participant

Ready to get started?

  1. 1

    Create an Account

    Create an account on our application platform.
    Apply Now!

  2. 2

    Tell Us About Yourself

    Complete a personal particulars form telling us about yourself. Our team will use this information to determine your eligibility for a fully-funded workshop!

  3. 3

    Confirm Your Place in the Workshop

    Upon review of your personal particulars, our team will reach out to inform you of your eligibility for the fully-funded workshop.

  4. 4

    Attend a brief Zoom Orientation session

    Once you've confirmed your place in the cohort, you will be asked to complete a pre-workshop and to attend a brief Zoom Orientation session to successfully navigate the platform during the workshop.

#SheEmployed programmes are open to women:

  • between the ages of 18 and 35 years old
  • not currently in full-time employment
  • with permission to work in Singapore (e.g. Singapore Citizens, Permanent Residents and LTVP+ holders)
  • with an average household income below SGD5,000 a month
  • If you do not meet all the requirements above, your application will still be considered on a case-to-case basis

Unsure if you meet the eligibility requirements?

Send us a WhatsApp message or use the contact form below to send us an email.

#SheEmployed project is funded by the Standard Chartered Foundation and delivered by Generation Singapore. It is part of Futuremakers by Standard Chartered, the Bank’s global initiative to tackle inequality by promoting economic inclusion for disadvantaged young people including those impacted by the COVID- 19 pandemic.

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