SMU seeks out energetic, passionate individuals who genuinely care about their community and who want to make change that matters. As of today, SMU students have contributed over 2.5 million hours in community service across 17 countries.

Be Part of Our Movement

Start an interest group, lead a community service project, join an extracurricular activity, participate in an international student exchange, or enroll in a study mission. At SMU, we strongly encourage you to connect with the community around you, to broaden your perspectives and strengthen your connections.

Believing that together, we can make our world better

Manorama believes that our world can be made stronger, kinder, and more loving if we choose to help one another. From tutoring students with financial difficulties and teaching exercise routines to the elderly, to bringing light in the form of solar-powered bulbs to villages in the Philippines, as well as setting up her own scholarship fund for needy students in India, Manorama’s selflessness has impacted so many lives.

watch Manorama’s inspiring video and learn about how SMU provided her with the opportunities, resources, and knowledge needed to realise her dream of helping others.

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STORIES OF TRANSFORMATION: MANORAMA SINGH, SMU LEE KONG CHIAN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

EVERY EFFORT COUNTS

“In 2015, I participated in an overseas community service project (OCSP), Project Touch VII, to Philippines where we built a community centre and installed solar panels for a fishing village. I also held a secondary role as the leader of the cultural department. My two main roles were organizing a food exchange where we cooked Singaporean cuisine for the local villagers, and directing a concert featuring traditional Singaporean costumes, songs and dances for the entire village including the mayor.

We learnt to ration the water and share the electricity supply. When there was water supply, we would collect and save the water in buckets for future use. This OCSP experience reminded me that we are very fortunate to have basic necessities and facilities in Singapore, and we should not take things for granted. If there is someone in need, we should try our best to offer a helping hand.”

Bryan Halim, Year 4 student, School of Accountancy

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