The Jeffrey Cheah Foundation is a unique, first-of-its-kind structure in Malaysia within the field of private higher education, modeled along the lines of some of the oldest and most eminent universities in the world; such as the Harvard University in the United States. The ownership and equity rights of five of the Group’s learning institutions worth RM700 million, namely Sunway University, Monash University Sunway campus, Jeffrey Cheah School of Medicine & Health Sciences, Sunway College and Sunway International School, have officially and legally been transferred to the Foundation. Governed by a distinguished board of trustees, the Foundation as a not-for-profit entity ensures that the assets, funds and operating surpluses are used to perpetuate the cause of bringing quality education to future generations of diligent and deserving Malaysian students. It carries on the mandate of the Sunway Education Trust which has, since its inception in March 1997, given out more than RM60 million in scholarships to more than 6,000 deserving and needy students.

The Jeffrey Cheah Foundation has donated 100 copies of What’s After SPM to be distributed to selected schools in the Klang Valley as part of Sunway University’s school outreach programme.

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Teach For Malaysia is an independent, not-for-profit organisation that is enlisting Malaysia’s most promising future leaders in our mission to end education inequity. The Teach For Malaysia Fellowship is a two-year, full-time and fully-paid leadership development programme modelled after the extremely successful Teach For America initiative. We are one of 19 partners of the prestigious global education network Teach For All. Teach For Malaysia is selecting 50 of Malaysia’s most outstanding future leaders for our inaugural intake in January 2012.

An anonymous donor has presented 60 copies of What’s After SPM to Teach for Malaysia to be distributed to schools served by TFM fellows.

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Projek Kalsom is an annual charity project organised mainly by Malaysian students studying in the United Kingdom. The objective of Projek Kalsom is to educate and motivate Malaysian students from underprivileged backgrounds. Over a week-long camp involving seminars, games and discussion sessions, the students are encouraged to improve their English, taught about the various careers, degree courses and scholarships and help them set goals for themselves and outline possible paths towards achieving their goals.

Projek Kalsom co-operated with the What’s After SPM team to sell copies of the book during the 5th Annual Malaysian Student Leaders Summit. The buyers had the option of either keeping their books or donating the books back to Projek Kalsom to be given to Form 4 students through its network.

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