Taylor's College Subang Jaya
Collaborating with MERCY Malaysia, TCSJ CPU’s students organised a tournament to raise funds for the people affected in Gaza. The main idea of the event is to raise awareness to people and to join hands with one another for a good cause.
Classroom Xperience is a student initiative that provides holistic learning for the underprivileged children beyond the classrooms. Stay tuned for more with Classroom Xperience 2015!
Following last year’s successful pioneer effort, the Rotaract Club of TCSJ collaborated with Taylor's Reading Bus to organise the Classroom Xperience 2014 with a mission to provide underprivileged children a learning experience.
Inspired by Classroom Mumbai. the 2013 Classroom Xperience, led by Leo Club and the Cambridge A-Level students of TCSJ sought to equip underprivileged children with a unique educational opportunity.
This is an initiative of the UNEP, underwritten in part by the Bayer Young Environmental Envoy Program to challenge students in colleges and universities to implement their environmental related projects for local impact.
Everyone Has Hope is a project created by the CPU students and teachers of TCSJ. This project shows what life is like for these refugees seen through the eyes of photographs that the students themselves take.
An annual carnival organised by TCSJ’s WACKY Society aimed to raise funds in support of free education in Cambodia through the Savong Foundation and other worthy projects.
Heart Rock Carnival 2013 was a charity fundraiser initiated by the members of Welfare and Charity Keen Youths’ (WACKY) Society of Taylor’s College Subang Jaya.
Now in its sixth year, the Hear Us Out conference is organized by the Taylor's CPU World Issues students to raise awareness about social and environmental issues, particularly those that have local relevance to Malaysian society.
The Jumble Sale organised by the CPU students of Taylor's College Subang Jaya campus is an annual event to raise funds for the Bario Sarawak Foundation and other Charity Foundations.
A charity project of sending blessings to the needy by hand-painting the pillow cases which will then be delivered together with the pillow inners to the children and elderly under the care of welfare home.
The Student Development Centre at Taylor's organizes a number of events to raise awareness and funds for SEMOA, a non-profit charitable and non-governmental organization working among the Orang Asli of peninsular Malaysia.
The CPU students of Taylor's College Subang Jaya teamed up with the Sentral Senior Citizen Association (SSCA) in an effort to increase the technological capacity of senior citizens in Selangor.
Founded by the former Miss Malaysia Deborah Henry and Shikeen Halibullah, the Somali Fugee School provides education to 120 students from 4 to 18 years of age. TCSJ provides an important and on-going academic support.
The Terry Fox Run is the largest single day fundraiser for cancer research in the world and has been part of Taylor's College fundraising activities from its inception.
A charity event which was comprised of “Mugs Of Love 2.0” , “Jar Of Hearts”, WACKY T-shirt sale and a recollections of WACKY’s history and past achievements to let Taylorians know about WACKY.
Taylor’s College Subang Jaya campus hosts three pre-university programs: the Cambridge A-Level program, the South-Australian Matriculation program, and the Canadian Pre-University program. Students from all three programs are involved in community service. Some of these projects take place as part of the curriculum; some of them are extra-curricular, and organized by the students themselves. Like all of Taylor’s schools and colleges, Taylor’s College Subang Jaya seeks to develop students that not only know their subjects well, but are learning to care about the world in which they live and seeking to make an IMPACT for good.