Dream Class is a program where undergraduates, experts, and SFMI employees
serve as mentors for underprivileged middle school students to provide them with
education to entertain dreams and develop capabilities required in the fourth
industrial revolution era.
By narrowing educational divide coming from financial inequality, the class builds a bridge for middle school students
to cross the gap and
move upward in social class.
Since its inception in 2012, a total of 89,000 middle school students have benefited from the program with the participation of 24,000
undergraduate mentors. The program consists of three major education courses of career exploration, future competency, and basic learning.