Don't miss the chance to make new friends while learning all about navigating Singapore's culture, medical landscape and business environment.Join us for an exclusive event for AAS members and Singapore American School families.
Join AAS in celebrating the premier black-tie social event that has been enjoyed by the community since the 1930s.
Get into the holiday spirit! Bring an unwrapped new toy, have a drink or two and some food; meet the US Marines, see Santa, and participate in some Christmas activities for the whole family. Honorary Chairperson: Mrs. Crystal Wagar
AAS offers two types of memberships. We welcome people of all nationalities to join our organization. Membership is for 12 months from the date you join and includes partners, spouses, and children in your family. Select a membership below to learn about their benefits!
AAS members enjoy discounts at a range of local businesses. Present your AAS membership card or mention you are an AAS member at the time of booking.
Our Career Center offers invaluable services to expats seeking job opportunities in Singapore through an online job board and workshops. Members must be logged in to view jobs.
The American Association of Singapore is on YouTube. Check out some of the videos below to learn more about expat events and community activities that we have been involved in. Also, enjoy interviews with experienced professionals about finding a job in Singapore and expat career development.
The American Association of Singapore is proud to sponsor Troop 07 of the Boy Scouts of America. Troop 07 meets Tuesday evenings...
AAS is a non-profit organization whose mission is to enhance the experience of expats and other community members by bringing them together through social events, activities, and career and job support. Every year we hold six major events: the black-tie George Washington Ball, the Ambassador’s Cup Golf Tournament, and more!
Singapore’s leading reference guide for expats, written by expats. The comprehensive twelfth edition helps newcomers understand local culture, customs and food; locate schools, resources, goods and services and find things to do, places to go and even how to get there.