“Love from MSI, Benefits for Students” Homework Club for the Underprivileged Program

The “Love from MSI, Benefits for Students” Homework Club for the Underprivileged Program integrates resources from different parties, including MSI, New Taipei City Department of Education, Ruifang Junior High School, Chihlee Institute of Technology, and National Taiwan Ocean University. The program recruited school teachers and students of Chihlee Institute of Technology and National Taiwan Ocean University to provide homework guidance for the underprivileged students from nine elementary and junior high schools, such as Ruifang Junior High Schoo, Jiqing Elementary School, Ruibin Elementary School, etc. In 2012 the program benefited 346 underprivileged students in 27 classes.

The program provides underprivileged students with remedial education, homework guidance, and afterschool care; equips them with basic learning ability; and develops faith in them through long-term guidance, so as to give them opportunities to learn and develop individual potential and to create a new society with mutual care, warmth, and mutual support.

 
MSI Assistant Vice President Wayne Chien attended the homework club for remote areas thanksgiving party organized by the New Taipei City Department of Education and headmasters of Ruifang District and visited students receiving homework guidance.   MSI Director Jack Chang and New Taipei City education officers and headmasters of Ruifang District visited studentsreceiving homework guidance.