Entries by nandha

Doing Internship from Home: How Is It for The Interns?

by Dyah Prajnandhari (Content Writer Intern) Doing an internship in Project Child Indonesia requires you to be at the office or working for your project for 20 hours per week. That means four hours on average on weekdays. It sounds easy for those who have the privilege of time as those interns in the Batch […]

Pasar Mandiri: The Volunteers’ Effort

Behind every successful event, there are always hard-working people. Although they are assigned to different parts, all of them become the backbone of the events. The real example is Pasar Mandiri, a project which Sekolah Sungai held on 7-8th of March.  Pasar Mandiri is a project that introduces the idea of the importance of thrift […]

Studying From Home: Is It Our Time to Invest in Stock?

As we work to meet our needs everyday, we may question whether we ever feel secure with our condition. We may define secure as having meals for three times a day, having fixed income every month, or maybe being able to go to cinemas more than four times in a month. It is different for […]

Studying from Home: Let’s Talk about Sex Education

by Dyah Prajnandhari (Content Writer Intern) Being quarantined at home doesn’t mean you have nothing to do. You can learn how to cook, watch series that you always ditch for, practice yoga, or whatever activity you want to do. In Project Child, the events do not just stop because of the quarantine. Although the volunteers, […]

I Don’t Get Paid to Be Awesome

by Witri Utami (Sekolah Sungai Volunteer)   Sherry Anderson once said, “Volunteers do not get paid, not because they are worthless but because they are priceless”.      A volunteer is also known as an unpaid worker. When it comes to volunteering, the only requirements that we should have are passion and positivity. The positivity comes from the […]

Be Good, Do Good, Feel Good

by Monica (Sekolah Sungai Volunteer) Firstly, let me introduce myself, my name is Monica and I am currently studying at UPN “Veteran” Yogyakarta majoring in Petroleum Engineering batch 2016. I want to share my experience since I become one of the volunteers in Project Child Indonesia (PCI) Batch #30. It has been 2 months since […]

PCI Alumni Story: Everything is Possible

by Dyah Prajnandhari (Content Writer Intern) When you dream of something, you may wonder whether you can make it real. Dijwo, a Project Child alumnus now living in Dortmund, Germany, showed that everything is possible. After graduating from Industrial Engineering at Universitas Gadjah Mada, he self-funded himself to pursue a master’s degree at Fachhochschule Dortmund […]

Keeping Up The Enthusiasm with “Volunteer of The Week”

by Dyah Prajnandhari (Content Writer Intern) Volunteer of the Week is one of Project Child’s programs to appreciate the volunteers’ efforts during their time in Project Child. Initiated by the Human Capital Department, this program is organized to improve volunteer enthusiasm. Those volunteers are chosen because of their activeness, initiative, and high participation in their […]

PCI and An Organized Way of Giving Kindness

by Dyah Prajnandhari (Content Writer Intern) There is a common belief that to succeed, you have to grab whatever chance you have, or else it would be someone else’s. This belief makes us unaware that each individual has a competitive relationship and slowly gets too caught up with our stuff. We may forget that we […]