IMPACT 0211: BRIDGING THE GAP
Unlike many students, Joshua Tay decided to spend his gap years working as a supervision staff at the Singapore Boys’ Hostel. Having spent a significant amount of time with the youths there, he was troubled to see a huge disparity between the ample support the youths received while in the hostel and the lack thereof once they had left. So, together with a group of friends, Tay set up the organisation in 2017, which he calls Impart, in response to the gaps in the system that he noticed.
This article was published on Sep 30, 2021