Grab the opportunity to make a difference

Develop your tech and leadership skills while empowering the younger generation to be the nation’s future innovators. Come and join us!

We promise you lots of meaningful and fulfilling work, time to work on cool tech projects, student moments, meeting new people, nerdy jokes and a chance to make a difference.

To apply, send your CV to enquiry@chumbaka.asia.


Our work revolves around the theme of Making, Innovation, and Education.

We are looking for young minds with a thirst for learning to help shape the future of education.

Qualities we look for?

Do you have what it takes?

Interested in learning

everything from coding, 3D printing, children education, innovation practices to program management!

Excellent communication skills

both written and verbal, particularly in English.


with ‘can-do’ attitude, fast-learner and tenacious. Passionate in a subject or a cause.

Proficient in digital tools

such as Google apps, event management, multimedia editing and website design.

Keen to make a difference

in education within the community and society.

Undergraduates or postgraduates

from, but not limited to ICT, Engineering, Education, Law, and even Accounting!


What projects are you expected to lead?

Based on your interests and skills, you will take ownership of a chosen portfolio or project to grow your technical and/or life skills. Throughout the process, you will be guided by our team. The examples of the portfolios are (but not limited to):

Technology development

Explore state-of-the-art technology in learning, and build DIY projects (from cloud-based weather station to plastic recycling machine, from Cryptocurrency Smart Contract to CubeSat)

Branding and marketing

Building brand presence through various online and offline media, curating stories and running outreach programs with projects such as Maker Mobile and What’s Your X.

Program management

Organising various initiatives to further propagate the Maker Movement to the community such as Game Jam and Beyond the Moon.


Their learnings, their projects

Hanuushah Vizabaskaran

“Kids have the craziest creativity and it’s a mindset we should adopt.”

M.Eng (Hons) of Electrical and Electronics Engineering , University of Southampton

Special Project: Digital Weighing Machine

Muhammad Zayd Harithah bin Jasni

“Exploration is the engine that drives innovation. Innovation drives economic growth. That is what i learn from Chumbaka.”

B.Eng (Hons) of Electronic Engineering , University Teknologi Mara Shah Alam

Special Project: IoT Google AgroPlant

Bryan Thia Boon Hien

“Loved everything about it. Especially the vending machine that dispenses FREE drinks whenever I need it.”


BEng Computer Science, University of Edinburgh

Special Project: Moonhack 2019 Hackathon

Fatimah Az-zahraa binti Masni Shahril

“How to get better understanding? Teach people. Then you’ll know the sweetness of it.”

BSc (Hons) Quran and Multimedia, Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia

Special Project: PARSCANNER

Amiza Izzati binti Darail

“Being a Software Engineering student, I never knew I could do hardware, but I actually can!”

BCs (Hons) Software Engineering, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak

Special Project: Beyond The Moon Hackathon

Khayhen Sarveswarah

“Workshops in 30 schools in 30 days all around Malaysia.It opened my eyes to how capable students of Malaysia are.”

B.Eng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering, Herriot-Watt University

Special Project: Webe MakerMobile

Nixshal Nantakumar

“Have you ever tried getting a 4WD stuck at the bottom of a trunk road? I have.”

M.Eng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering, University of Southampton Malaysia Campus (USMC)


Lee Oi Yan

“Eat. Code. Repeat.”

Diploma in Information System (Business Computing), University Malaysia of Computer Science & Engineering, UNIMY

Special Project: Travel Claim with Google Map API
Goh Lian Ming

“Arduino? Is it edible? Pitching? You meant fishing…right?- that’s my thought before I joined the company. And after just 5 months of internship. I made a DIY 3D printer.”

B.Eng (Hons) of Aeronautical Engineering, University of Southampton

Special Project: DIY Drone& 3D Printer
Muhamad Umar Mokhtar Ashaari Bin Muhamad

“Making games was always a target for me. But now being able to learn machine learning here and mix it into games, Arduino and MIT App Inventor…. Now that’s something.”

BCS (Hons) Computer Science Specialized In Game Development, Multimedia University, (MMU)

Special Project: Tensorflow Image Recognition System, Chumbaka Game Jam, Unity Tutorial

Siti Hanisa Binti Jalaludin

“I really enjoy interact with kids and being an intern here helps me sharpen my ‘teacher’ skills. I can say that you would not get bored working here as every day is a new adventure for you.”

B.Eng (Hons) Of Electronic Engineering Majoring in Nanotechnology, Multimedia University, (MMU)

Special Project: Smart Voting System
Syukriah Mat Yatya

“I used to have glossophobia before my internship….. But now its gone. HAHAHA!”

BCS Internet Computing, University Sultan Zainal Abidin

Special Project: Travel Claim System
Adelyne Ti

“It has inspired me to learn more to be a good role model to them. What makes it more wonderful is when little girls tell me that they wanted to be involved in tech one day. JUST LIKE ME!”

BCS (Hons) in Computer Science, Sunway University

Special Project: Twitter Data Scraper
Muhammad Izzuddin bin Isa

“My internship at Chumbaka was truly a valuable learning experience. I manage to boost my computer knowledge and even interpersonal skills. It was a great opportunity and I am really thankful as I given chances to work with great and supportive teammates.”

BCS (Hons) of Computer System Network, University Malaysia Pahang

Special Project: Raspberry Pi TJbot

Geetha Maniaruse

“Being as an intern in Chumbaka was a turning point in my life. Because of the curiosity and willpower to discover technology.”

SMK Puchong

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