SIAGA – Possible Work Goes to School | Makassar


MAKASSAR – Albeit decreasing in the past few years, the number of youth unemployment remains high in Indonesia. To tackle this issue, Nazar Malik (IPY 2014) and @possiblehub conducted Possible Work Goes to School, aiming to provide free soft skills training for vocational school students.

Through this activity, fifty students participated in a training where they learned to make a professional resume, practised job interview, and understand the importance of proper grooming and professional appearance.

SIAGA is a series of social contribution activities of SSEAYP International Indonesia. Led by SSEAYP alumni, ten social projects will be implemented across the archipelago from Manokwari, Papua to Bengkulu, Sumatra. To find out more about SIAGA, follow their stories through #SSEAYPSIAGA

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