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What we do

Our Teaching Fellows are directly impacting students at underserved schools in Hong Kong
We are nurturing socially-minded, cross-industry leaders to drive systemic change after their one-year teaching experience
All changes begin with young leaders in classrooms. We nurture ambitious leaders through a one-year leadership program, where they will lead students at underserved schools. After the Fellowship, these young leaders will go into corporates, government, startups, institutions, or remain as visionary teachers, to implement changes from all sectors in society and drive systemic change in education. Ultimately, we are a growing movement driving systemic change to better education and one of the fastest growing social impact startups in Hong Kong.

Why we do

We bring people from all sectors to work together to drive changes in education
Our young leaders come from different background, but together form a movement to solve education inequality
Education underpins the prospect of our city. However, the success of our students is still dependent on their socio-economic background. According to the Census Statistics, there are 281K children living under the poverty line in Hong Kong. Only 1 out of 10 students under the poverty line are admitted to universities. We believe it takes a village to raise a child. To bridge the education inequality requires all sectors in society to work together. We nurture socially-minded, cross-section leaders through our Fellowship, partner with corporations to go into underserved schools and engage public awareness of education inequality and the need for paradigm shifts in our education.

How we do

Students get to explore different paths and talk to mentors who guide their exploration
Our Alumni went on to creating changes in their industries for education
We are now in our 6th year with 39 Fellows, teaching full-time in 17 local underserved schools and have served over 10,000 underserved students. We are also funded by the Government’s SIE Fund, The D. H. Chen Foundation and The Jockey Club Charities Trust and are thriving as one of the fastest growing social impact start-up. Our Alumni has gone into corporates, education industry, professional services, and startups and continue to drive our movement forward, creating changes in education and influencing others to join our growing movement.