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Pathways to Employment for School Leavers
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Prestasi Junior Indonesia is pleased to announce its partnership with the JPMorgan Chase Foundation to improve work readiness and work placement opportunities for school leavers. The pilot program, known as Pathways to Employment, is a comprehensive undertaking involving 170 young people between the ages of 18-22 located in the industrial…

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MMC Volunteer Expertise Makes a Difference
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The grade twelve students at State Vocational School 38 Jakarta participated in a JA Career Success Day together with 31 volunteers from the MMC offices in the city. The timing of the soft skills training could not have been better as students had finished exams and are scheduled to enter…

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Another Great Job Shadow Day at Bank Permata
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Students from Bina Informatika High School Bintaro, State Vocational School 27 Jakarta, and Pharmacy Vocational School Jakarta visited the Bank Permata facilities on Thursday 27 May to learn from the professionals. Students, representing their very own school based micro-enterprises, gave a presentation of their business to Mr Julian Fong (VP…

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The Chairman Visits
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Prestasi Junior Indonesia has successfully undertaken the rejuvenation of Taman Mataram and converted it to a public space which has a financial literacy theme – the first of its kind in Indonesia. Our efforts resulted in success in the Prudential plc Chairman’s Challenge Innovation Award 2016. Prestasi Junior Indonesia, together…

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The New Cha-Ching Curriculum Program is Greeted with Great Enthusiasm in Sidoarjo
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Prestasi Junior Indonesia is pleased to have an opportunity to work with the Prudence Foundation and Education Authorities from Kebupaten Sidoarjo to implement a brand-new initiative in support of creating an improved awareness of the management of money for the young. At class three level up to 28,000 students will…

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Young Entrepreneurs from Indonesia shine at the 2017 JA Asia Pacific Company of the Year awards in Tokyo, Japan.
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2017 marked the 7th Junior Achievement Asia Pacific Company of the Year Competition involving 76 students representing 19 student companies from 13 nations, the largest representation since the competition started in 2011. The student companies represented 13 nations including: Brunei, China, Guam, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Kazakhstan, Korea, Malaysia,…

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