Do you have a passion for nature and the environment?
Toddycats! are volunteers with the Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research (RMBR) in NUS. The group originated out of The Habitat Group, a public education group formed by a passionate group of biology graduates in the mid-90’s. In it’s current form, the programme hopes to expose, develop, enthuse and apply undergraduates to programmes in public education and conservation.
Though demanding about standards, Raffles Museum Toddycats! offers no tangible reward – there are no CCA points, t-shirts or privileges. Instead the passionate individual will be able to contribute meaningfully and sustainably towards nature and the environment in Singapore over the long term.
Currently there are two programmes which Raffles Museum Toddycats! are focusing on:
- The International Coastal Cleanup Singapore (ICCS) is the oldest and largest environmental programme in Singapore, reaching out to a large group os schools and corporate groups.
- Biodiversity in Singapore – this is a public education programme achieved through exhibitions at public areas with specimens from RMBR and lunch time and weekend tours at the RMBR Public Gallery.
NUS undergraduates within the group will also organise seminars, documentary screenings and exhibitions for the student body and assist in field research projects.
If this sounds like it is right up your alley, fill in the form here: http://toddycats.rafflesmuseum.net/join
N. Sivasothi a.k.a Otterman (Coordinator)
& Grace Lo (Manpower Captain)
Raffles Museum Toddycats