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A total of 51 Independent Campus participants did internships at JK’s companies

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A total of 51 Independent Campus participants did internships at JK’s companies

Makassar (ANTARA) – A total of 51 participants from the Indonesian Ministry of Education and Culture’s (Kemendikbud) Independent Campus Program interned at various company units owned by Jusuf Kalla (JK) which is centered in South Sulawesi.

Disa Rizky Novianty, as People & Culture Director of KALLA, in a statement in Makassar, Friday, said that KALLA has prepared 17 challenging projects from mentors for all Independent Campus participants so that they have the opportunity to gain a lot of knowledge and professional networks at KALLA.

“We hope that with this opportunity we can hone our soft skills and hard skills even better so that we can learn the rhythm of the world of work and how to survive in facing the world of work,” he said at the opening of the Kalla Internship Program with the Merdeka Campus, through a hybrid meeting in Makassar, Friday .

This activity is carried out offline and online to reach internal participants who are outside the city. This program was attended by 51 interns from 21 universities which will take place during February-June 2024 spread across various businesses owned by KALLA.

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This internship program is a form of collaboration between KALLA and the Merdeka Campus in the Kalla Internship Program during February-June 2024.

“We would like to thank all the Merdeka Campus participants who have chosen to intern at KALLA among other companies,” he said.

Later, the Merdeka Campus participants will receive mentors from internal KALLA, who have previously been selected and based on the work program that has been submitted.

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This collaboration is a program from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology “Internship & Certified Independent Study (MSIB) Batch 6” which aims to encourage students to gain information and experience that is useful for entering the world of work.

The collaboration program between the Kalla Internship Program and the Merdeka Campus focuses on developing the capacity of internship students consisting of soft and hard competencies needed in the world of work. So through this activity it is hoped that it can reduce the competency gap that occurs between the campus world and the world of work.

Previously, the Kalla Internship Program with the Merdeka Campus was successfully held in the period August – December 2023.

Kalla Internship program participants come from 14 universities outside Makassar City consisting of Malang Islamic University, Semarang State University, Del Technology Institute, Tadulako University, Indonesian Education University, Brawijaya University, Bandung College of Technology, Sriwijaya University, Riau Muhammadiyah University, Padjadjaran University , Airlangga University, Lampung University, Telkom University and Muhammadiyah University of Malang.

Seven universities originate from Makassar, namely Hasanuddin University, Makassar State University, Indonesian Christian University Toraja, Indonesian Muslim University, Bosowa University, Kalla Institute of Business Technology, Ujung Pandang State Polytechnic.*

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Reporter: Nur Suhra Wardyah
Editor: Erafzon Saptiyulda AS
Copyright © ANTARA 2024

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