A well thought-through approach at a young age gives a head start to long term success.The independent choices students make from high school onwards start to shape their future
Helping young adults build their individual brand by exploring their strengths, understanding their abilities and developing life skills ensures that they become happy, well adjusted and confident of adding value to whatever field they choose.
Our focus is a combination of guiding them make the right academic/career choices and building effective life skills.
Individual Sessions and Group Workshops Designed for:
Research shows that even at state and flagship universities, only 36 percent of
full-time students complete their bachelor's degree on time
Clearly dropping out of university, or feeling unhappy and stressed during the phase are huge concerns.Learn More
"As a regular guest speaker and workshop presenter to UWCSEA East’s Writer’s Festival, Jyoti has given our students superb insights to the writing process and the importance of such skills to their future. She has also been an engaging mentor to several budding writers - understanding how to help young people to realise their potential."
"Ujjwal Sarao conducted workshops that guided the students on mindful reflection and journaling, and helped them document their learning experiences and career development portfolio. This is aligned to the SUSS belief in and subscribes to Life-Long Learning as a way to remain professionally agile".
"In her time working with the program, Jyoti grew the yoga program from non-existent to a vibrant school community program, which to her credit has a very strong and loyal following" UWCSEA East Campus Parents' Association activities program
Ujjwal Sarao -Panelist & Speaker at events at S P Jain School of Global Management
“Building your Personal Leadership Brand”
Workshops for students as part of their Model United Nations (MUNOFS) Youth Leadership Workshops , Overseas Family School - Delivered by Ujjwal Sarao
Yale - NUS Short Course: From Clusiaceae to Supertrees - Investigating Urban-Nature Relationships in Singapore and Malaysia - Fort Canning Chapter delivered by Jyoti Angresh