Entries by nandha

Learning about Scholarship in PCI’s Study Club

by Dyah Prajnandhari (Content Writer Intern) An American rapper, Jay Z, once said, “I am hungry for knowledge. The whole thing is to learn every day, to get brighter and brighter.” To be curious about new things is indeed good as you will learn something new. In Project Child Indonesia, it’s the Human Capital Department’s […]

Getting The First-Hand Work Experience at Project Child Indonesia

by Dyah Prajnandhari (Content Writer Intern) Coming all way from New York, United States, Jasmine Berger, is happy to have cultural and work experiences here at Project Child Indonesia. After getting accepted into Princeton University, she had a chance to do a gap year program funded by her university. She is staying in Yogyakarta for […]

PCI’s Welcoming Party: Where It All Begins

by Dyah Prajnandhari (Content Writer Intern) Volunteering, although it may sound a bit ludicrous for some, even so people will always get the benefits of it. Getting the priceless experience, practicing soft skills that you have learnt in school, gaining opportunities to meet many people from different backgrounds, making connections, and many other reasons that […]