Frequently Asked Questions
1. Where is the CSF sited within the Singapore government?
CSF is part of the Strategy Group in the Prime Minister’s Office, nested within the Futures Directorate.
2. Does CSF conduct futures training and where can I sign up for it?
CSF conducts a suite of courses called FutureCraft, hosted at the Singapore Civil Service College, for public officers in the Singapore government. If you are currently not a public officer in the Singapore government, other locally-run courses that you might wish to consider those conducted by the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy’s Executive Programme on Futures Thinking and Scenario Planning.
3. Where can I find out more about career opportunities at CSF?
Job vacancies at CSF will be posted on Careers@Gov.
4. How can I apply to be a CSF Fellow?
We are always on the lookout for interesting people who are keen to contribute their skills and expertise, so let us know what you would like to offer as a CSF Fellow by writing to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
5. How can I apply for an internship at CSF?
CSF has three internship periods:
- January to April
- May to Aug (Summer)
- September to December
Applications take place in the preceding October, February and June respectively. If you are a year 2 to 4 university student and are interested to apply, please submit your CV and latest transcript to Inthira_Mailvaganam@pmo.gov.sg and Kenneth_Poon@pmo.gov.sg with subject header “CSF Internship Month-Month (Name)(School)(Degree Course).”
For more information on the internship programme, please click here.