Dear EEE Alumni,
Thank you for visiting the School of EEE Alumni website. You are most welcome to stay connected with the School and 20,000 EEE alumni living and working in Singapore other countries.
Our School graduates about 1,000 students every year. Our alumni contribute almost all businesses, professions and disciplines. Many are doing extraordinarily well and have successfully established their names in their chosen careers. It is good to know that we have a vast network of friends not just in Singapore, but all over the world as well. Affiliation with a school of this strength is a privilege. As a NTU EEE alumnus, you can possibly enjoy less than six degrees of separation when connecting to the many nodes in the Human Web, no matter how remote and unexpected the nodes may appear to be in your career path.
Producing outstanding students and successful alumni, who are caring and have deep respect for humanities, is a generic feature of the complete EEE education. The School realises that the alumni’s sense of belonging and willingness to play a stake in their alma mater’s development is life-long. If the well-to-do alumni give generously to their alma mater, there is lot the School and our EEE community can do to open new windows of opportunities for less privileged undergraduate students. This is obviously happening and has a good social repercussion.
With Driven by the quest for this culture to permeate through the EEE family, we hope to establish and strengthen the bonds of comradeship between the alumni, students and the School. At the School, we have the Alumni Affairs Committee that assists me in constantly seeking new approaches to build relationships within the EEE family and encourage our alumni to be greater stakeholders in bringing our School to greater heights. There is also an association of the graduates of EEE, known as the EEE Alumni Association (EEEAA), which is made up of members from the very first graduating batch in 1985 to the current cohort. We share the common vision of fostering ever closer ties between the graduates, current students, the School and the industries.
Over the last two years, I am glad to witness the steady growth in EEEAA membership and the successful branding of the association through the launching of the unique EEEAA Polo-T and the new EEEAA website (www.eeeaa.org). Thanks to the dedicated and vibrant executive committee members, the large community of EEE alumni and their families can now enjoy a whole new experience of a wide variety of networking events at subsidised rate throughout the year. These events include career talks, BBQ nights, tea, wine or coffee appreciation sessions, brewery tours, sky skiing and forest adventures. Also, the executive committee of EEEAA has immense opportunities to learn and sharpen their management skills whenever they organise the team bonding activities.
This website serves to provide a convenient networking point for the EEE family, highlighting the various projects, publications and alumni events organised by the School and NTU. It is our hope that through these activities, our EEE alumni will continue to keep in touch with their friends, the School and the University.
Looking forward, we would like to hear more from you, about your interesting stories as you write new chapters of your life upon graduation. Two new columns “Who’s Who in EEE Alumni” and “Hello, Alumni” have been launched to encourage the sharing of success formulae, positive perspectives on lifelong learning experiences, as well as the nostalgic messages from our alumni. We also welcome dedicated individuals to join the executive committee as members or form interest groups to help develop and promote the School. With more talented alumni leaders, we can look forward to more interaction, teamwork and joint activities between the EEEAA, student clubs and relevant industries.
We wish you every success in your career and future endeavours and we hope to catch up with you during our future alumni events.