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Mentoring Opportunity: Teach For Malaysia’s Student Leadership Camp

Mentoring Opportunity: Teach For Malaysia’s Student Leadership Camp

Project role (Temporary) · 1–2 hrs/Week · Starting from 12 Jan 2024 For around 4 months
Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia
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Summary

We run workshops for students to develop their leadership skills and instil design thinking skills. Mentors will guide students to prepare their project pitch.

Detailed description

By joining us, you will benefit from:

  • Understanding the current realities of Malaysia's education ecosystem
  • Gaining beneficial knowledge on classroom leadership and ways to engage with children
  • Gaining networking opportunities within the Teach For Malaysia and Teach For All community, and Accenture Malaysia
  • Being included as a Teach For Malaysia community member for referrals and job opportunities
  • Receiving TFM certificate of volunteering


Learn more about how our community members help provide quality education to our future generation.


Mentor Responsibilities:

  • Attend 8 hours of physical workshop sessions in Kuching on 20th January 2024 (Saturday) and 16th April 2024 (Saturday) @ 9.00 AM - 5.00 PM
  • Mentor students at both primary and secondary school levels
  • In-person: Facilitate students’ learning during workshop
  • Virtual: Collaborate with school teachers to support students’ learning in preparation for Pitching Day
  • Attend an onboarding session prior to the starting date
  • Attend training sessions with TFM staff on a weekly basis

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Virtual mentoring and two in-person meetings in Kuching
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About Teach For Malaysia

Teach For Malaysia is an independent, not-for-profit organisation on a mission to give all children the opportunity to realise their potential through quality education. We partner with the Ministry of Education to reach high-need public schools. We are one of the 61 partners of the prestigious global education network Teach For All and the 2022 Merdeka Award Recipient under the Education & Community Category.

Since 2012, we have been building a transformational movement in the education system by placing the country’s most promising graduates and young professionals as full-time teachers in some of Malaysia’s most high-need schools to combat education inequity through our flagship leadership development programme called the Fellowship. In 2020, we expanded our work as the implementation partner of the 2-year nationwide Program Duta Guru (PDG), training and coaching in-service public school STEM teachers. We are also looking for passionate individuals to make an impact for our local community through our tutoring programme with students from low-cost public housing.

We believe quality education is the most powerful tool for all children to realise their potential and a collective effort is important to achieve our mission.
Join us and become part of our movement to make an impact on the education system in Malaysia.

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