AIESEC in Singapore
the social sector in Singapore
What is Majulah Volunteer?
Majulah Volunteer is a social impact programme for youths to contribute to the local community while developing themselves personally and professionally. Volunteers are attached to one of our partner NGOs or social enterprises for 6 weeks and will also get to tap on AIESEC’s international networks to develop into independent-minded global citizens.
empower others, develop yourself
As a Majulah Volunteer, you will bring fresh perspectives to the table, while immersing yourself in the local social enterprise scene. At the same time, you will contribute to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and broaden your horizons.
Be a Majulah Volunteer now.
Do things the aiesec way.
All Majulah Volunteers will get to participate in our Global Aspect Initiatives, where they will get to build meaningful connections foreign students and overseas AIESECers!
Become independent and self-confident
HOW TO APPLY
Indicate your interest here! This is 100% non-binding, so you can always choose to back out or decline the offer!
We’ll be sitting down with you for a short chat to tell you more about the programme – this is to clarify any doubts you might have and help you in your decision!
Once you’ve decided, you can confirm your application, and we’ll kickstart the application process!
After you have submitted your application, you will be attending two interviews: one with AIESEC, and another with the NGO/social enterprise you have applied for.
If you are selected, congratulations! You will need to sign an agreement with us, and we will be in contact with you shortly to help you with the logistics.
FAST is an NGO focused on offering both social support and training for distressed, exploited or lonely Foreign Domestic Workers (FDW) residing in Singapore.
Every year, FAST provides courses to more than 20,000 FDWs including cooking, baking, pastry making, infant care, eldercare, foot reflexology, nursing care, computer skills, English, stress management, financial management and entrepreneurial skills.
Food from the Heart (FFTH) is a non-profit charity that feeds the hungry through its food distribution programme. It was established in February 2003 after Singapore-based Austrian couple Henry and Christine Laimer read a report in The Sunday Times about bakeries discarding their unsold bread. Stirred, they then decided to channel surplus food from bakeries to those in need.
Their mission is to reach out to the less-fortunate and brighten their lives by alleviating hunger through a food distribution programme and bringing joy through the distribution of toys and birthday celebrations.
Founded in 2003, Halogen Foundation Singapore is a values-based not-for-profit Institution of a Public Character (IPC) charity that believes every young person has innate potential to influence and lead, becoming positive change agents.
Project X was established in November 2008 by Wong Yock Leng, a social worker who recognized that sex workers in Singapore are amongst the most marginalized and discriminated in society, and saw a gap in services for the sex worker community. She started with a small team of committed volunteers who would walk the streets of Geylang regularly in order to speak to sex workers and close the gap between sex workers and non-sex workers.
Their vision is to create a fair and safe sex industry for everyone involved and a society that respects sex workers, their clients, partners, and families.
CampusImpact was founded in 2006 to address the needs of youths who are undergoing a transitional phase in their lives, and are beginning to define who they are.
The young person stands at the centre of what they do here at CampusImpact. Thus, through working with schools, grassroots leaders, partner organisations, families in the community, as well as the youths themselves, Campus Impact seeks to provide each student who walks through our doors with the best possible chance at success.
Hush TeaBar aims to bring self care and social inclusion to every workplace and community, with a cup of tea led by lovingly-trained Deaf TeaRistas. The Hush Experience is brought to different workplaces and communities, connecting the worlds of the Deaf and hearing together.
You are invited to join Hush TeaBar on this journey of Self Care, to take a pause, breathe, and reflect. In so doing, you will work towards building an empathetic, resilient, and inclusive society.
Purnama creates quality handmade products that do better; for local communities, for the environment and for the world.
The business is a social enterprise, geared to make a meaningful and positive difference in the lives of women and children in Asia, by creating quality products that can be marketed to create livelihood, education and environmentally conscious sustainable practices.
Ageing Asia is an ageing market consultancy in Asia with the mission to change the future of ageing in Asia Pacific. The events planned include various stakeholders from many different countries to provide for the elderly and the inclusion of the elderly in society.
abillionVeg is a Singapore based start-up that’s built a global platform to drive consumers and businesses to more socially responsible consumption. abillionVeg is building an online and app based platform to advocate for people and businesses to consume more plant-based options.
The mission of abillionVeg is to help grow the global population of vegetarians and vegans to 1 billion over the next 10 years, making a positive impact on human health, animal welfare, and our planet.
Secondsguru is a social enterprise on a mission to promote eco-awareness. They run corporate workshops to promote planet-positive actions (face-to-face and virtual sessions) and also conduct outreach programmes to give back to the community. Plus their portal Secondsguru.com is a one-stop information source for anyone looking for a greener lifestyle!
With the motto “Green Living. Made Easy.”, they focus on solutions that make sustainable living a fun, creative and practical goal for all.
The founders of the social enterprise have devoted the past 6 years working extensively in Singapore’s ecospace-mentoring community projects as well as leading corporate trainings. They have a combined 30 years of experience in the media and finance industry across India, Hong Kong and Singapore. You will work with and report directly to them in this role.
Youth development is a journey that all young people go through and the key to promoting positive development is the planning of quality experiences.
Camp Challenge facilitates character development through high impact and values-centric programmes, helping youths grow with the right attitude and social skills. They are also a registered social enterprise and a portion of their revenue is directed towards subsidized programmes for under-privileged youths.