Teach SG seeks to empower and equip NUS students who want to make a difference in the lives of these disadvantaged children and youth.
You will have access to useful resources, funding and volunteer support throughout this initiative to enable you to do more.
All students may apply to this initiative:
Student groups with existing community partners conducting academic coaching or mentoring outreach projects;
Student groups looking for community partners to conduct their mentoring outreach projects;
Individuals looking to volunteer
Individuals seeking to take up GEN2050 which is a module under the Communities & Engagement (C&E) pillar
Join us in this meaningful initiative and together, we can make a difference in these young lives.