closing on 31 Oct

Intern, Company of Good Fellowship

Company of Good


Team Information

As part of the drive to attain NVPC’s vision of a City of Good, the Company of Good was established in 2016 to help companies give better. Companies engage with Company of Good to understand their giving profile, build their knowledge, capability and network, and partner with other like-minded businesses to do good.


The flagship programme for Company of Good is the Fellowship programme. This is a talent development programme for high potential business leaders which runs from May to September annually. We are now preparing to welcome our 4th intake in May 2021.

The Fellowship has 12 learning days spread across 5 months and will see approximately 35 – 40 Fellows in class. Fellowship has been a physical programme taking place in a physical space. With evolving health advisories, COG may run Fellowship 100% virtual or a hybrid model (partial physical, partial virtual).

Learning Opportunities

  • Pick up the nuances and many approaches to strategic corporate giving
  • Develop strong networking competencies with a ‘client success’ mindset
  • Gain tangible experience in a corporate work setting, and understand why and how corporate work culture develop and evolve
  • Understand the different motivations and ways of building a City of Good


1) Support the planning, design and execution of the Fellowship programme

  • Conceptualise and produce simple branding visuals for social media platforms e.g. LinkedIn, Facebook, COG-related Whatsapp channels
  • Liaise with training partners and vendors on logistics matters e.g. set up of Zoom rooms/physical event space, catering of F&B and transport for learning journeys (if applicable) etc.
  • Provide strong and prompt ‘on-site’ event help e.g. ensuring that training materials and feedback forms are prepped and printed on time, rooms are set-up and cleared accordingly, AV help for trainers, registration of Fellows, transportation arrangements if necessary.
  • Provide prompt administrative support to the Fellowship team, the Fellows and mentors e.g. collate and provide timely feedback to the Fellowship team after each module, ensure proper documentation and archiving of completed modules, ensuring prompt payments to partners and vendors.

2) Support other Fellowship-related events e.g. Kopi Chats, networking sessions etc

3) Other ad-hoc duties assigned from time to time pertaining to programmes under the ‘Company of Good’


  • Strong design sense and competent in using Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop and/or Canva
  • An eye for details
  • Pro-active

Application Procedure

Interested applicants are invited to send their updated resume via We regret that only shortlisted applicants will be notified.