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JOIN  SCI AS A VOLUNTEER

Volunteering and what it means
The more we give, the happier we feel. Volunteering increases self-confidence. You are doing good for others and the community, which provides a natural sense of accomplishment. Your role as a volunteer can also give you a sense of pride and identity.
Benefits of work camp:
• Live, play, and work in the great outdoors.
• Go on active adventures.
• Experience other parts of the country.
• Make new friends from all over — even from other countries.
• Learn leadership skills.
Camp jobs offer invaluable skill-building, leadership, training, and enrichment opportunities that can’t be found anywhere else! Regardless of your college major, camp experiences allow you to learn and develop skills that will enhance your job marketability. The benefits go far beyond a paycheck, too.  

OUR ASSOCIATES AND PARTNERS

SERVICE CIVIL INTERNATIONAL BELGIUM

The first international voluntary project -workcamp- took place on the former battle field of Verdun in France in 1920. The aim of the project that was initiated by Pierre Cérésole was to reconstruct the war damaged village Esnes-en-Argonne and to be a symbol of reconciliation between France and Germany.

YAYASAN SALAM MALAYSIA

Yayasan Salam is an independent non-profit organization established to promote the spirit of volunteerism among Malaysians. We provide training and volunteering opportunities for various community development initiatives at home and abroad.

SERVICE CIVIL INTERNATIONAL PENANG

The Journey for SCI MALAYSIA starts here.John Oorjitham once a Headmaster with the Ramakrishna School was the founder President of SCI Penang and after his demise in July 1976, Stephen Nah took over. ( Stephen Nah fill up the gap between 1973 to 1976).

PARTNERS FOR PEACE MALAYSIA

Taiping has been assocaited with peace since its very inception, the word taiping comes from the chinese Pharse.."everlasting peace". Every year the "international day of peace" is celebrated here organised by PFPM and other NGo's to make it a memoriable event