Elizabeth Wong : How the Fellowship paved my career pathway

To decide on her future career pathway, Elizabeth asked herself “What am I willing to put my utmost time and effort into, when it comes to building a career?” After some serious soul-searching, she found her answer : “I want to help make people’s life better, especially those from marginalised communities. I feel strongly that…

Aisyah Ajib : My parents’ journey towards the Fellowship

“Even a tiny drop in the ocean can create ripples. Therefore I believe, that even the smallest of good things that we do, will count, insyaAllah.” Once an architect of buildings, now an architect of lives. Meet Aisyah Ajib, a 2018 Teach For Malaysia (TFM) Fellow who has a great passion to serve and contribute…

#JourneyThusFar : Gee Keat

With #JourneyThusFar , Teach For Malaysia wants to capture and acknowledge the reality of our teachers who are placed all over Malaysia, teaching in high-need schools. As the year comes to an end, it seems like the perfect time to reflect on what 2018 has presented us with.   Chee Gee Keat, a 2018 Fellow,…

#JourneyThusFar : Sui Yang

With #JourneyThusFar , Teach For Malaysia wants to capture and acknowledge the reality of our teachers who are placed all over Malaysia, teaching in high-need schools. As the year comes to an end, it seems like the perfect time to reflect on what 2018 has presented us with. Ngui Sui Yang, a 2017 Fellow, was…

My School Reality: Resilience through the Fellowship

Phavanjit Kaur, a 2018 Fellow, is currently placed in a high need school in Johor. This is her candid account of her daily life as a teacher. (Written on 2nd of June 2018) I don’t think I would do any justice to describe my 3 months as a Teach For Malaysia Fellow so far (I…

Meet Alex, our Volunteer from Switzerland!

“It was in early 2018 when I applied for Credit Suisse’s Global Citizen Programme. Now, six months later, I am about to leave Switzerland and am heading towards Kuala Lumpur. I am definitely curious and a little nervous, but very excited about what is expecting me.” This was what Alexander Hayoz, Vice President of Credit…

Tina Tan: Three lessons from the Fellowship

Learning is a two-way street When I first started the Fellowship, I was told that teaching would push me to achieve my potential and would be a great learning experience. Looking back, I couldn’t agree more: just as I was able to impact my students, I’ve also learnt so much from them. Trust Before I joined,…