MindChamps appoints one of Singapore’s most inspirational youths, Jeremy Lim Hon Lee as its Youth Fellow on 27 September 2006.
A Graduate of MindChamps, Jeremy successfully completed the Success 4 Life Program in 2003. Although Jeremy is physically challenged (he suffers from brittle bone disease), his Champion Mindset has helped him overcome what would normally be insurmountable obstacles to others.
Jeremy describes his experience in MindChamps as “very enriching, rewarding, and life- changing.” He adds that “it is only natural to have a Champion Mindset when you are taught by MindChamps”.
Jeremy’s global awareness and leadership qualities have served him well as the Youth Ambassador for the National Kidney Foundation Children’s Medical Fund. Jeremy’s inspirational life story is soon to be featured in an Australian book entitled Young Achievers.
As the Youth Fellow of MindChamps, Jeremy is the embodiment of the Champion Mindset, and a leading light for young people everywhere.
MindChamps appoints highly respected educationalist Mrs Carmee Lim as its Mentor Principal on 27 September 2006. Mrs Carmee Lim is a passionate and visionary educator who has dedicated all of her working life to making a positive and significant difference in the way we learn. She is fondly remembered and loved by those who have had the privilege to learn and work under her charge. She was the Principal of Raffles Girls’ School, one of Singapore’s top schools, for 12 years, as well as a Senior Inspector of Schools in the Ministry of Education, for 4 years.
To share her invaluable and wide-ranging experiences in education with other principals, Carmee became the founding Execut ive Director of the Academy of Principals (2003- 2004), and was instrumental in setting up the Principals Academy Inc., a Joint Venture with EDB. As Mentor Principal of MindChamps, Carmee will continually bridge MindChamps’ ground breaking learning strategies with that of the nation’s educational system and its curriculum, creating a synergistic link that will benefit all students in Singapore.