The 4 members of the Executive Committee are key appointment holders of the society and represent the highest level of leadership.
It comprises of the President, Vice-President, Honorary General Secretary, and Financial Controller.
Each of them steward unique responsibilities and together, they steer the society and its members forward, working closely with key industry players and the respective committees to achieve the club's vision, mission and goals.
Public relations & Student Development
The public relations and student development team work closely together to allow Maritime Studies students to gain exposure to industry and strengthen relationships among themselves.
The public relations department actively reach
out to industry professionals to seek collaborations in various ways such as speaker series, sponsorship, and mentorship.
The Student development team organize events for the Maritime Studies students to meet up and foster stronger bonds among them.
Together, the public relations and student development team complement each other to build better relationships between the industrial professionals and maritime students. This expedite the assimilation of Maritime Studies students in the working world in the near future.
Marketing and Branding
The MBS marketing team play an active role in publicising and disseminating information regarding any upcoming Maritime-related events, as well as news regarding the Maritime industry.
The team constantly provide updates about current maritime-related news on various social media platforms such as the MBS website, our Facebook page and Instagram profile (do subscribe and follow us!).
In addition, the Marketing team spearheads MBS branding efforts through projects such as the designing of the Maritime T-shirts, name-cards, and collaterals.
Special Projects - National Maritime Case Competition
The National Maritime Case Competition is the first-of-its-kind project among Maritime circles, planned and hosted by the Special projects-NMCC team.
It is a competition where it serves to bring together like-minded individuals with a strong passion for the maritime industry, to gather and brainstorm solutions to real-world problems.
YoungShip Singapore was founded in February 2010, by lawyer and previous maritime trainee Martine Cedergren Dysvik of Wikborg Rein, and 2 other trainees from Wilhelmsen Group and Höegh Autoliners.
Our MBS-YoungShip members plan events and network with professionals based in Singapore who are working in the maritime and offshore industries in an informal setting.
Our members provide adequate means of contacts to MBS and bridge the gap between students and young professionals.