Mosarruf Hossain is working as a Learning Designer at BYLCx, Bangladesh Youth Leadership Center’s online learning academy. His core responsibilities include developing curriculum for courses and taking sessions incorporating teaching-learning strategies both online and offline.
Before joining BYLC, he worked for Teach For Bangladesh, a global movement to end inequity in education. As a Fellow, he taught in a government primary school in Lalbagh for two years. He took initiatives to build 21st-century skills in his students through “School of Skills,” a community-based capstone project that encouraged students to participate in various science, sports, and art competitions. He also designed and executed another community-based project named “STEM for SuperGirls” to promote STEM (Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics)
education among Bangladesh’s female students. This project won a grant from the EMK center.
Mosarruf is currently pursuing a master’s in Business Administration from IBA, DU. He completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Educational Leadership and School Improvement from BRAC University. Prior to that, he completed his Bachelors in Aeronautical Engineering from the Military Institute of Science and Technology in 2018. He acted as the President of MIST Aeronautics and Astronautics Club.
Mosarruf envisions a society where every child has the opportunity to fulfill their potential regardless of their gender and socio-economic background. He believes that a systematic change toward an inclusive education can address the current inequalities in Bangladesh.