What will I get to experience?
You’ll get the chance to impact the lives of children, youth, students, and families in children homes, schools, universities, colleges and underserved communities throughout the Klang Valley.
You’ll be working alongside a group of fun and supportive group of colleagues from a wide range of backgrounds who bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the table.
You’ll also get to meet and serve alongside a fantastic bunch of dedicated volunteers.
You’ll meet and communicate with people from different industries, companies, and organisations.
What can I expect?
Be prepared to be challenged, stretched and inspired to be the very best that you can be – professionally and personally. We are committed to our clients and partners – that means the spirit of excellence and a strong work ethic is part of our culture.
You will be assigned a mentor who will guide you through your 3-month internship. By the end of your time with us, you would’ve been given the opportunity to cultivate value-added skills and values that make you an asset to future employers regardless of industry.
Education beyond the classroom
Prepare to be exposed to new environments and experiences that will shape your worldview about the community and nation - and the important role you play in positively influencing it. You have the chance to apply your academic knowledge to address real social needs of the community.
Invest in your employability
Enhance your competitiveness in the marketplace by developing skills such as problem solving, critical thinking, presentation & public speaking, project & event management, people & time management – which will help you in your future career.
Rise up to the challenge
We believe that leadership is not about position or title but about influence; therefore no role is insignificant. You will be given the opportunity to lead projects, deliver presentations, facilitate at our training sessions in schools, communities and children homes.
Skills & qualifications
High school graduate diploma
Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint
Proficiency in Bahasa Malaysia and Chinese is a plus
How to apply?
Emily is currently a Business & Psychology student at Monash University
"I most enjoyed getting to work with people and experience being out in the community where lives are being impacted. Right after high school, I wasn’t decided on what I wanted to do with my future. My internship played a part in helping me find my passion, which is people and working with them to help them find a solution for themselves. Because of that I chose to pursue psychology & economics in hopes to one day get involved in policy decisions and continue working with people. My internship has widened my perspective on life and of our country. More than work experience, I've learned so many life values, which will help me in the working world in the future".