Making a difference in the lives of Malaysian students in underserved communities
As part of its School Adoption Programme, PINTAR Foundation aims to strengthen academic and non-academic excellence particularly for students in under-served communities nationwide, and does so in collaboration with GLCs, private corporations, partner NGOs, and the Government.
PINTAR Foundation functions with the mission to make a meaningful difference in the lives of Malaysian students from the underserved communities.
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The CGC100 Youth Entrepreneurship Programme (Fast Track) is a 6-month intensive programme, specifically designed for aspiring entrepreneurs in Malaysia. Organised by PINTAR Foundation, sponsored by..
Phase 2 of the PINTAR-Maharani School Programme (MSP) continued over the last quarter of 2023, seeing a total of 200 students in Form 3 from..
A strong sense of well-being and stability is derived from learning how to earn, spend, save, and invest wisely – however, not everyone successfully manages..
(KUALA LUMPUR) Generali Malaysia has launched Generali Malaysia Run 2024 to encourage Malaysians to live a healthy lifestyle and give back to the community. The..
The 44-seater coach bus is adorned with vibrant colours of blue, yellow, green, and orange – highlighting various sporting activities on its exterior and the..
By Fuad Nizam KUALA LUMPUR: The Social Security Organisation (Socso) and the Education Ministry, through PINTAR Foundation, have launched the national level Career Exploration Programme. The..
“I love coming to school now, compared to before my school was involved in the PINTAR Programme. My grades improved for English and Science subjects, probably due to the many programmes I attended. My favourite memory was when the PINTAR Mobile Learning Unit visited my school and I was able to explore the range of exciting tools and gadgets inside the bus.”
Mohamad Anas Mohamad Faisal
Student, SK Si Rusa,
“Through the Leadership Programme for PINTAR School Leaders, we, the teachers, had the opportunity to acquire new skills and teaching techniques, which we used during class.
Now, we see positive improvements, specifically better teacher-student interaction, discipline and student concentration in the classroom.”
Puan Nor Aini Ismail
Science Teacher, SMK Pulau Indah, Selangor
“I see positive improvements in my son Anas, in terms of communication and soft skills, after his school was part of the PINTAR Programme in 2014.
His command of English improved ever since he participated in numerous English camps and quizzes.
He speaks English with confidence and takes part in English storytelling and singing competitions.”
Puan Suhaimi Simin
Mohamad Anas’ Mother