Welcome to Discovering Without Borders
Discovering without Borders (DWB) is a registered Social Enterprise start up with raiSE. Our mission is to provide children of all abilities equal opportunity and access to learn STEM subjects in a hands on interactive way. STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and is usually taught to students in upper primary and secondary school years. At DWB, we believe every child even as young as 2 years old has the ability to learn STEM through our carefully designed fun workshops that builds on experiential learning in a safe and nurturing environment.
Founder of Discovering without Borders
Yen received a BCom in Economics and Commerce from Monash University and pursued further studies in Marketing at RMIT University Australia. View More
Professor Leon Sterling
Professor Leon Sterling received a BSc(Hons) and a PhD in Pure Mathematics in Australia. View More
Co Partner and Business Advisor
Kevin received a BSc in Computer Science at the National University of Singapore and an MBA from the University of Queensland. View More
Our Social Responsibility
Through our partnership with Dayspring – an organisation that helps unsupported pregnancies and abused teenagers, we are providing avenues for single mothers to bring their children to our STEM workshops so that they can bond with other mothers, learn STEM skills to teach their own children and be empowered with casual paid employment to be an assistant in the classroom. View More
Our Project Partners
Discovering without Borders has embarked on exciting projects that have encouraged 90 children to build products that could help Singapore’s pioneer generation live longer healthier lives. This project was held in the state of the art National Design Centre auditorium, and supported by the Singapore Science Centre Professor Lim Tit Meng who came to present the children with certificates in Design and Innovation. To date we have worked with organisations including KPMG, ANZ Bank, Accenture together with the Singapore Committee for United Nations Women (girls2pioneer) in their Corporate Social Responsibility programs. We have empowered more than 1200 secondary school students from the Methodist Girls School, Tanjong Katong Girls School and the Nayang Girls Boarding School to promote STEM studies through experiential learning workshops. We look forward to growing our partnerships in 2016.