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We at EQWIP HUBs Indonesia are so excited to announce the arrival of 7 new Canadian volunteers! We will have 5 volunteers joining the Semarang Hub and 2 joining the Surabaya Hub. Welcome to Amanda, Hollie, Nadia, Nikita, Sylvain, Tiffany and Wynton, we are so excited to have you and see what you do during your time hear. September was yet another busy month at the Surabaya Hub. We kicked off the...Baca lebih lanjut
Another busy month has come and gone here at the Surabaya Hub. We kicked off with a graduation where the participants from the professional and entrepreneurial classes came together to celebrate their accomplishment. Congratulations!!!! At the beginning of the month members of the Surabaya staff along with the facilitation volunteer Lisa, traveled to EQWIPHUBs Semarang. During this time the Surabaya...Baca lebih lanjut
July has been a busy month here at the Surabaya Hub! We kicked off the month with the Business and Financial Pre Guidance workshop for our Youth Innovation Fund. Hubs coordinator Fahra, along with Youth Livelihoods Advisor and Canadian volunteer John, delivered this workshop to prepare our entrepreneur graduates and their business partners in designing and creating a business and financial plan for...Baca lebih lanjut
Kerjasama EQWiP dengan Education Development Center (EDC) berkaitan dengan penggunaan modul Siap Kerja dan Kewirausahaan yang dikenal dengan modul pelatihan Work Ready Now (WRN). Modul ini telah digunakan diberbagai negara di dunia, termasuk di Indonesia. Di Indonesia modul ini sudah digunakan di sekolah-sekoleh kejuruan di beberapa provinsi termasuk DKI Jakarta, Jawa Barat, Jawa Tengah dan Nusa Tenggara...Baca lebih lanjut
UGH. It’s 4:00 am and the jet lag is REAL. I was curled up in the warm, dry, cotton sheets of my hotel room for a good hour, before deciding that productivity would reign in my half-awake state. Instead of being a first couple of busy days in Indonesia, it’s consisted of nothing but sleeping and eating. And watching Indonesian cable television. After 29 hours of fighting the good fight against...Baca lebih lanjut
Indonesia's population is an estimated 250 million people, about half of which is below the age of 30. As the economy slows in the world's fourth-most-populous country, the concern for unemployment, amongst the younger generation of Indonesians in particular, rises. However, the thinkable is possible for Indonesia's second largest city's economic development – Surabaya is the ideal location for an...Baca lebih lanjut