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Prestasi Junior Indonesia Creates Career Exhibition Days
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Over two days in both Surabaya and Denpasar Prestasi Junior Indonesia, with the support of the JPMorgan Chase Foundation,  conducted Career Exhibitions involving more than 4000 young Indonesians and 70 medium to large scale businesses in the manufacturing, hospitality, and other industrial sectors. These businesses were interested in looking to…

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MMC Inspire Jakarta Students
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Prestasi Junior has had the opportunity to work together with volunteers from the Marsh McLennan Corporation in the advancement of work readiness skills for students matriculating at State Vocational School 30 Jakarta. An enthusiastic group of 28 volunteers supported the learning of 169 students using materials from JA Career Success….

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YouthSpark is Generating Heat!
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The University of Indonesia was host to the Idea Generation component of Youth Spark Indonesia supported by Microsoft. Some 500 students and 79 teachers were assisted by 16 volunteers as they worked together in small groups to develop creative technology based ideas  in competition with each other. These ideas will…

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Career Success Enhanced by the Starbucks Global Month of Service
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The Global Month of Service for Starbucks was celebrated by an enthusiastic engagement of 150 volunteers in eight schools located in Jakarta, Bandung, Surabaya, and Denpasar. The volunteers became intrinsically involved in the education of 17 – 18 year olds as they became involved in mock interviews and curriculum vitae…

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STEM @GE
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A very successful STEM Innovation Camp was held in the new offices of GE in South Jakarta on Wednesday 27 April. This event began at 8am and ended at 6:30pm – a very long day for both students and GE volunteers/mentors and judges. Even so – the enthusiasm of all…

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Volunteers from AIG Visit State Elementary School 1 Jakarta
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Prestasi Junior Indonesia and AIG commenced a 2016 collaboration with the mobilization of 23 volunteers in support of financial literacy education for young students at State Elementary School No 1 in Benhil, South Jakarta. An enthusiastic group of 140 students participated in interactive lessons in small groups of up to…

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