Meet our Campus Leaders

Campus Leaders play an extremely important role in helping us find our future Fellows – many even join the Fellowship themselves after graduating! Whether you’re studying locally or abroad, being a Teach For Malaysia Campus Leader is a great way to give back, connect with like-minded young people, and be part of something bigger.  Frequently Asked Questions

02 Justin Lim - Campus Leader - Lyon, France CROPPED

Polytech Lyon, France

Justin is a black-and-white photographer. Last summer, he initiated a Merdeka & Malaysia Day photo project for Teach For Malaysia, and ran a visual storytelling workshop with the students of 2015 Fellow, Adeline Chua.

Listen to Justin’s interview with French radio station, Lyon Premier (featuring 2013 Alumnus, David Chak!).

03 Mirosha Somasundram - Campus Leader - Sunway University

Sunway University, Malaysia

"As a Campus Leader, I get to meet many amazing people and hear their life- changing and inspiring stories.

It improved my leadership and communication skills as well. I learnt that there is so much one can do to make a change, and it isn't an overnight miracle.“

Mirosha was featured alongside other Campus Leaders on our blog.

04 Jonathan Dason - Campus Leader - Korea CROPPED

Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, Malaysia

Jonathan was an intern at Teach For Malaysia where he led the video project #TFMCapturED, and also worked in collaboration with Justin Lim on the Merdeka & Malaysia Day project.

During his semester at Chonnam National University, South Korea as an exchange student, Jonathan was interviewed by Korean magazine, Gwangju News, and Korean radio station, Gwangju Foreign Language Network.

Meet our Interns


"At Teach For Malaysia, people have their own passion and goals. They set milestones for themselves, going out of their comfort zones to discover new things. It's the mindset of being able to work towards one's goal so zealously that made me want to put more effort into what I want to do in future. It’s really been an inspiration." - Cindy Seah, University of Minnesota Twin Cities.