Tag Archives: Centre for Social Responsibility

Biking for a Cause with Project Bike4Change

For many of us, a spin on the bike is a great way to keep healthy. But for others, it could make the difference between staying in school or dropping out. SMU undergraduate Joel Tang shares how Project Bike4Change is "Changing Lives, Two Wheels at a Time".
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Growing Wiser with Age: Community Involvement with Rachel Tan

They say you can’t help getting older, but you don’t have to feel old. SMU sophomore, Rachel Tan of the Lion Befrienders Programme, a youth led programme to visit the homes of the elderly shares with us how there is indeed a child in everyone, silver tresses or not.
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Protecting Predators of the Sea with SMU LKCSP Scholars

"Meaningful impact" can come in many forms. For this group of LKCSP Scholars, a trip to Lombok showed opened their eyes to the brutal reality of the shark fishing industry. Through the Dorsal Effect, they learn more about these deeply misunderstood 'predators' of the sea.
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#AskASenior: How should I choose an overseas community service project?

An overseas community service project combines two of the hallmarks of the SMU undergraduate experience: social responsibility and global exposure. With so many recruitment drives and info sessions taking place, how does one decide which OCSP to take up? In this post, a Project Pendeza veteran shares some helpful tips.
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Passionate about serving: Why SMU students look forward to giving back

Unlike the archetype of the socially-apathetic millennial, SMU students give back to society by completing a host of community service projects. Read more about why our university's culture of social responsibility has often compelled them to voluntarily put in more than double the compulsory hours.

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