“Give your hands to serve, and your heart to love.” – Mother Teresa
In this increasingly hectic world, we often find ourselves getting caught in the rat race, while striving to increase our own standing and well-being in the society. It is with little wonder that people grow more individualistic and inward looking day by day.
Pause and think.
When was the last time you made a difference to someone’s life? While it is easy to be swept up in our own troubles, we must not forget that there are others who are less fortunate than us.
This is just a glimpse of how fellow students have been giving back. No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted. Be inspired to be a force for good too.
Academic Year 2017/2018 Projects
Project Love Across Boundaries saw a team of 20 Materials Science and Engineering Undergraduates engaging in a community project at Kayin Su Village - Basic Education School in the outskirts of...read more
This was the seventh year that NTU Rotaract Club visited Yangon’s Witharkar Nunnery. The team planned the project for 2 semesters and held fundraisers before embarking on the trip. With two main...read more
Hackable is a project organised by the Special Projects Committee of the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE) Club. In Hackable 2.0, MAE students utilised their mechanical and technical skills to build...read more
CEE-Laos Mega School Project II 2018 was part of the Mega School Project II (MSP II), a joint project that involved 12 teams over a period of two years. A group of 18 students from Civil and...read more
OK Run was organised by NTU Malay Society Pulse to raise awareness and reduce stigma regarding mental health among the public. OK Run has a similar pronunciation to the word, ‘ukiran’ in Malay....read more
23 students from Hall 10 embarked on a journey to Kampong Kdei, a village commune in Siem Reap, Cambodia from 28 May to 11 June 2018. In Kampong Kdei, most locals live below the poverty line,...read more
Laos: a landlocked country in the ASEAN less visited compared to its well-known neighbours like Thailand and Cambodia. With a population approximately similar to that of Singapore but a land area...read more
Project Yim is a Youth Expedition Project under the School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (SPMS) in NTU. This year, the team travelled to Savannakhet, Laos for service learning from 28...read more
Camp OutReach (COR) is a Special Project under NTU Welfare Services Club. Through an annual Overseas Service-Learning Expedition, COR provides a platform for the Singaporean Deaf community to...read more
Organised annually by NTU Hall of Residence 7, Seven Overseas Expedition 2018 saw a team of 20 volunteers embarked on a 15-day expedition (16 - 30 July 2018), to lend their support for the...read more
A team of 23 members from Overseas Volunteering Expedition 2018, a special project under NTU Welfare Services Club, worked tirelessly on a housing project in Hope Village Prey Veng, Cambodia, hoping...read more
Hi! SINGAPORE, also known as Hi!SG for short, is an annual event organised by Regular Service Project (Deaf Community) to bring together both the Deaf and hearing communities for a day of fun...read more
On 24 March 2018, 20 residents from Metta Home made their way to Singapore Chinese Garden for an outing in the great outdoors. Aimed at giving residents an opportunity to appreciate nature, this...read more
Singaporean youth volunteers are familiar faces in Kampong Cham, Cambodia, and in December 2017, the community hosted a group of NTU Uni-Y volunteers who were there for their International...read more
Riding on the joyous occasion of Christmas, Santa’s Super Partners celebrated the art of giving through interaction between NTU University Scholars Programme (NTU-USP) student volunteers and the...read more