To raise funds for AIESEC in Taylor’s University to sustain the Speak Up Project which targets the B40 community. Sustainability of AIESEC in Taylor’s University is vital to ensuring the continuity in performing and delivering project benefits to the target beneficiaries. Funding is integral as it permits for the existence of AIESEC in Taylor’s University as well as sustains our operations, therefore we require private, public, and individual contributions to achieve our organizational goals in making an impact to the community.
Together with our partner organizations, AIESEC provides young people with leadership development, cross-cultural global internships, and volunteer exchange experiences all around the world.
Based on the National Education Blueprint 2013-2025, only 3 out of every 10 secondary students achieved a minimum credit in the SPM English Paper. Apart from that, 38% of Malaysian students failed to meet the minimum benchmarks in mathematics and science; most students were shown to understand basic concepts but struggled to apply the knowledge. In accordance with SDG 4: Quality Education, we strive to empower students in Malaysia to develop their English and STEM skills. This is done by conducting workshops on STEM subjects in English, and other activities which provide an avenue for students to practice public speaking in English.