Assessment, Evaluation, Mentoring
If you are a startup looking for an intern, you have reached the right place!
The Bridge Innovation’s CEO serves as Overseas Colleges (NOC) Israel Programme Assessor from 2020 – Current.
NUS Enterprise, the entrepreneurial arm of the National University of Singapore (NUS), plays a pivotal role in advancing innovation and entrepreneurship at NUS and beyond. It actively promotes entrepreneurship and cultivates global mind-sets and talents through the synergies of experiential entrepreneurial education, active industry partnerships, holistic entrepreneurship support and catalytic entrepreneurship outreach. Its initiatives and global connections support a range of entrepreneurial journeys and foster ecosystem building in new markets. These initiatives augment and complement the University’s academic programmes and act as a unique bridge to industry well beyond Singapore’s shores.
Established in 2002, the NUS Overseas Colleges (NOC) programme, a part of NUS Enterprise, offers internships for students to work alongside entrepreneurs in start-up environments at strategic entrepreneurial hubs around the world. Partnerships with renowned universities have been simultaneously set-up at these locations and constantly reviewed to provide students with relevant courses and allow them to immerse themselves in their unique culture and communities. The NOC programme is present in more than 15 locations around the world, including Silicon Valley and New York in the United States, Toronto in Canada, Shanghai, Beijing and Shenzhen in China, Stockholm in Sweden, Munich in Germany, Israel, Nagoya in Japan, Singapore and Southeast Asia (Jakarta and Vietnam).
NOC Israel programme, which has been operating for more than 10 years, is a 6 months internship programme where student intern full time while taking entrepreneurship programmes with Reichman University during the weekends. Interns are vetted by NOC and only students with entrepreneurial mindset will be selected. Interns might be from either technical or non-technical fields of studies and they will be placed within leading Israeli innovative companies/start-ups and VCs for internship.
Some of the roles taken up by non-technical interns are community or business development, and marketing roles, while technical roles will be were hardware or software engineering, data science, UI/UX automation, etc.
If you would like to participate and host a student for internship on the programme, please contact us.
The Bridge Innovation’s CEO serves as a EUREKA EXPERT since 2021.