May 18 ExxonMobil Business Ethics Bootcamp Winners

  • Over 100 students from nine universities participate in Junior Achievement business ethics boot camp. 
  • Programme aims to groom a generation of future leaders who incorporate ethics into the decision-making process in the workplace. 
  • ExxonMobil volunteers serve as programme facilitators, providing real worklife perspectives

PETALING JAYA, May 18 – It was a boot camp with a difference as over 100 undergraduates from nine universities were put through the principles of good corporate citizenship and responsibility while participating in a three-day Business Ethics boot camp designed to foster ethical decision-making in students as they prepare to enter the workforce.

Starting off as a pilot programme in 2011, the Business Ethics boot camp is run by the American Malaysian Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM) with the support of the ExxonMobil Subsidiaries in Malaysia.  Now entering its fourth year, this year’s program is made possible through a RM105,000 contribution from ExxonMobil.


JA/HSBC More than Money Program, April 26, SK Assunta Petaling Jaya

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On April 26, 2014, HSBC launched the start of JA/HSBC More Than Money workshop in 2014 at SK Assunta in Petaling Jaya, in a series of workshops reaching five schools over the next 5 months. 19 HSBC volunteers from various branches in Klang Valley led a series of lessons for 100 students at SK Assunta. 

The JA/HSBC program experience enhances students’ classroom curriculum by encouraging students to use innovative thinking to learn money management skills that supports positive attitudes as they explore and enhance their career aspirations. Students were organized into teams of 8-10 students, paired with 1 HSBC volunteer, and worked through a series of financial literacy lessons. All HSBC volunteers underwent a full day of training prior to the day of the event to ensure a high quality and consistent curriculum delivery. Key goals of the experiental learning lessons included the role that money plays in society; sharing, saving and spending; becoming a smart consumer; earning income by starting a business. Following participation in the program, students are able to build on their understanding of money basics and apply those skills to daily life, as well as recognize the significance of money management in making informed life-decisions. 

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FedEx Inspires Business Innovation Among High School Students




FedEx Inspires Business Innovation Among High School Students

FedEx Express/Junior Achievement International Trade Challenge 2014 Aims to Educate and Encourage a New Generation of Malaysian Entrepreneurs

FedEx ITC 2014 Workshop

KUALA LUMPUR, April 16, 2014 — FedEx Express, a subsidiary of FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) and Junior Achievement™ (JA) kicked off the seventh annual FedEx Express/Junior Achievement International Trade Challenge (FedEx/JA ITC) in Malaysia. A total of 499 students from 29 schools participated in the international trade workshops held in Kuala Lumpur (on April 2 and 3) and Penang (on April 14). Over the past six years, the program has inspired more than 3,100 students in Malaysia.

With the knowledge gained in the workshops, students will work in teams to submit a comprehensive proposal entitled ‘International Market Entry Strategy’, which comprises a plan to promote a product or service to an overseas destination. The best seven submissions will be shortlisted to participate in the local competition in Kuala Lumpur on July 1.The final three teams from the local competition will represent Malaysia and participate in the regional competition held in Hong Kong, August 17-21.