Malaysia_IT Community Champion_UKM

Technological Literacy

Project Description

AIESEC Malaysia is partnering with one of South-East Asia's largest NGOs: SOLS 24/7. We are offering exchange participants the opportunity to develop their own educational program with the support of SOLS 24/7, and then implement it during a 7 week placement at one of their community centers.


Exchange participants get to work in one of 40 local communities across Malaysia, teaching basic IT and any tech related subjects they are interested in (e.g. photography, music production, videography).


Each community is different, ranging from urban, to rural, to jungle, to islands and to small town or township.


Teaching to Malay people, Indians, Chinese and even native indigenous tribes people. The age groups of students also varies from center to center, ranging from young children to middle aged housewives.

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Volunteering ID

MAY 641635, 634099

15/5/2015- 10/7/2015

JUNE 642485

15/6/2015- 10/8/2015


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TN Manager:

Canny

canny.teow@aiesec.net

h/p: +60147396118

Swathy

umaa.saraswathy@aiesec.net

h/p: +60144140784

Job Description

Implement teaching programs within the community

Training, motivating and inspiring underprivileged youths through our basic IT program.

Planning activities and challenges to test the practical IT skills of the students.

Running tech-related workshops, classes and activities. (e.g. photography, music, production, videography, graphic design)


Providing IT support to the community centre and its users

Assisting the Community Development Officer with any troubleshooting or IT related tasks which affect the community centre.
Ensuring that all the computers in the community centre are functioning and being
used properly by the students. Supporting local NGOs and individuals in registering online for funding, setting up email and social media accounts etc.


Undertaking community development works with SOLS 24/7

Assisting the Community Development Officer in conducting English classes.
Being actively involved in SOLS 24/7 events, workshops and activities.

WHY Malaysia?

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There is only one place where all the colours, flavours, sounds and sights of Asia come together , Malaysia. No other country has Asia's three major races, Malay, Chinese, Indian, plus various other ethnic groups in large numbers. Nowhere is there such exciting diversity of cultures, festivals, traditions and customs, offering myriad experiences. No other county is "Truly Asia" as Malaysia.

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