Taylor’s University School of Medicine with the support of Taylor’s IMPACT team, Taylor’s CSI Volunteers and Omega Leo Club of Taylor’s University held a fundraising project to raise support for the victims of the recent earthquake in Nepal.
Made up of 4 events, Mission ABLE is a month-long project organized by the scholars’ community of Scholars@Work programme of Taylor's University, Lakeside Campus took place in September 2015.
In conjunction with the World Environmental Month (June), Taylor's University CSI Volunteers proudly present the first ever ECO (Energy Conservation Opportunity) Campaign commencing in a private university throughout Malaysia.
FeedOn! is a social community app designed to bring F&B industries and welfare organizations with a key goal - End World Hunger. One step at a time.
INKED is an awareness campaign initiated under Taylor’s Talent Management Programme, that seeks to shed light on the important issue of verbal bullying and the effects it has on its victims and on civil society.
Sky Adventure Club of TULC organized a fund-raising event for children and adults with disabilities by inviting students to watch a movie under the stars. All proceeds went to the Down Syndrome and Hyper Active Children Care Centre.
A community outreach initiative by Taylor’s Talent Management Programme students collaborating with UNHCR, aiming to raise awareness about refugees in Malaysia.
The Light Kindlers, a team under the direction of Taylor's Student Experience, conducted educational workshops for children from a local orphanage on the campus of Taylor's University using volunteer student teachers.
Christmas Cheer 2013 was a student-led event organized by Taylor's CSI Volunteers that sought to provide homeless children a memorable Christmas party. The games, toys and food helped to bring joy to these children at Christmas.
The Faisal Cup is a football and netball tournament organized in partnership with Dignity for Children that serves as an encouragement and a much needed physical activity outlet for disadvantaged children in Kuala Lumpur.
Initiated by Taylor's University CSI Volunteers, this run seeks to collect funds for Project HOME 2014, which aims to build a home for an Orang Asli family living in poverty.
Ten students of the Taylor's University Student Experience program undertook a week long service learning program in Hong Kong. This outreach to the less fortunate in the city was hosted by the Hong Kong Institute of Education.
Project Freeze was conceived by the students of the Community Service Initiative (CSI) team to raise awareness of human trafficking throughout Southeast Asia using a frozen flash mob to draw attention to the cause.
Collaborating with EPIC Homes, Project HOME is an initiative by the CSI Volunteers to build a home for an indigenous people of Peninsular Malaysia, the Orang Asli. Funds are still needed for this important initiative.
Together with Taylor’s University Music Club, the CSI Volunteers organized a musical event on the campus of Taylor's University to raise funds for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan.
Interns of Taylor’s Education Group band together to increase awareness of United Voice Malaysia as well as to improve sales of merchandise produced by members of UV with Learning Disabilities
Following the success of last year's World Food Day, this year's event, organised in partnership with Stop Hunger Now and Simply Caring, raised RM30,000 and packed 30,240 meals that were distributed to local charities.
World Play Day is an initiative to celebrate and affirm the importance of play to a child’s educational development. The one day event, organized by Taylor’s CSI volunteers, was attended by 160 children from various community centers.
The YES WE CAN! campaign sought to raise awareness of the importance of recycling and provide funds the the Prosthesis Foundation. This enormous mural, made entirely of tin cans, was recognized in Malaysia’s Book of Records!
Students Initiatives are student-led projects that take place outside of the students’ course of study. These extra-curricular projects are very meaningful for our students, since they are the ones who plan the projects, map out the organizational structure, and conduct the projects themselves, sometimes locally, sometimes as far away as Hong Kong. Some of these projects are of short duration, such as responding to a disaster. Some of these projects represent ongoing involvement from our students that extends for years, demonstrating a commitment to impact their world that is not just extra-curricular, but extraordinary!