Intern or Campus Leader
As an intern or campus leader, you’ll be part of the movement to transform education in Malaysia.
Interns work full-time with one of our teams for 3 months, gaining valuable professional experience in the process.
Campus leaders receive training to become education ambassadors, representing Teach For Malaysia at university campuses worldwide.
Many of our interns are also campus leaders – you are welcome to apply for both.
Meet our Interns!
We are extremely proud of our interns. They are a driven and capable bunch of individuals who are part of our movement of change.
From Day 1, interns can expect to work closely with team members on important and impactful projects. We develop our interns to shoulder real responsibilities and deliver meaningful outcomes for the organisation.
Interns can also expect to gain better insight into the non-profit and education sector, and have a clearer picture of their role in ending education inequity in Malaysia.
- "I have always been interested in the social impact sphere but I had a very fixed mindset about the kind of person I needed to be, the skills I should have mastered, and the kind of values I would have to exemplify to really be able to make a positive change in society. After encountering the highly diverse staff of TFM though, I see things a little differently. TFM has taught me that to truly make an impact on society, it takes a lot of fundamentally different people, working together to realise their shared belief in a better, brighter future."
Intern, Talent, Strategy & Operations
- "Throughout my internship with TFM, I didn’t feel like an intern. From representing TFM in the Mega Career Fair briefing to co-managing team members throughout the Mega Career Fair, I have been entrusted with big tasks, Not to mention, the fun part of working, eating and learning together with the team. Be it an intern, staff, manager or even a director, it's always fun to learn from each other and improve everyday."
Sew Jun Wu
Universiti Malaysia Sarawak
Intern, Talent Acquisition (Recruitment)
Jan 2019 - Mar 2019
- "The extent of involvement and inclusivity I have experienced as an intern was beyond what I had initially expected. My time in TFM has never led me to think about the limit to what I can do as an intern, instead I have been continuously encouraged to be inquisitive and actively explore beyond the existing opportunities that are laid in front of me. You’ll leave not only knowing that you have gained new experience and learned about professional development, but also discover so much about your own personal growth."
Nurul Hamizah Binti Afandi
University College London (UCL)
Intern, Special Projects
Sept 2020 - Feb 2021
- "TFM's leadership has been empowering and inspirational. I was given ownership of tasks from the get go and my input was actively sought out and listened to from day one. Through TFM, I've learnt much: data analysis, communication skills, project management. But more importantly, my managers have helped to develop my personal goals, my ways of working and helped to redefine my ideas on leadership and education."
Azif Fazriq Azizi
UWC Robert Bosch College
Sept - Dec 2020
- "As an intern at TFM, I learned how to be a thought partner and got to work hand-in-hand with my manager to execute various campaigns which aimed to shed light on the realities of education inequity in Malaysia. In addition, I had the opportunity to interact with people on the ground which opened my eyes to the tangible impact of the organisation. My experience in TFM wouldn’t have been the same without the people at TFM who have contributed to my personal growth and I’m so fortunate to now call them my friends."
Sophia Lee Ren Huey
Intern, Partnership Development (Individual Giving)
Feb - Nov 2020
Meet our Campus Leaders!
Campus Leaders are a global network of university students united by a common mission – to improve education outcomes in Malaysia.
As Teach For Malaysia brand ambassadors, Campus Leaders work closely with the recruitment team to help spread the word about our movement on their university campuses around the world.
Campus Leaders play a significant role in the movement, and can expect to gain exposure working on high visibility campaigns to attract top graduates to the Teach For Malaysia Fellowship.
- "My teachers throughout high school have undoubtedly encouraged me to think critically, but this is not something everyone can say for themselves. Being a campus leader for Teach For Malaysia gives me the opportunity to empower others to think critically through organization of discussions and interactive events with my peers."
Derrick Lee Chung Hoe
Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS)
- "During my time as a Campus Leader, it has connected me to many people in and outside of my university. These connections built upon a shared passion for fighting against education inequity will be invaluable in the years to come. I am extremely grateful to be a part of this movement, and will forever be reminded of my time alongside it."
Muhamad Faiz Danial
University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
- "Working as a TFM Campus Leader made me more courageous in exploring a world that is beyond my comfort zone. I learned to be critical and creative to promote my fundraising campaign. Though I had never met my team due to the pandemic, we definitely had a sweet time establishing solid teamwork by supporting each other with our tasks."
Nur Aisyah Ahmad Fadzli
International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM)
- "Becoming a TFM ambassador to my peers has raised my confidence and social conscience to contribute to something much bigger than myself. A highlight of being part of the Fundraising Team was pushing myself out of my comfort zone for the social media workout challenge, and making some awesome (and driven!) new friends along the way. Returning to TFM as a Campus Leader has empowered me to lead myself, lead others and lead change - a mindset that will be very valuable in the future!"
London School of Economics (LSE)