Tribunnews.com journalist report, Fahdi Fahlevi
TRIBUNNEWS.COM, JAKARTA – Head of School North Jakarta Intercultural School (NJIS) Gerald Donovan said the Mini MBA program can improve students’ business skills.
Through this program, NJIS sees a lot of potential that can be extracted from junior and senior high school students in the field of entrepreneurship.
“Knowledge received from experts to participants can provide useful insights and experiences in entering the business world later,” said Gerald through his official statement, Tuesday (22/2/2022).
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The Mini MBA program provides comprehensive theoretical and implementation training on business, followed by a business plan competition from each group.
Gerald is grateful that the Mini MBA program which has been held for the past two years has received a positive response.
“NJIS is proud that the Mini MBA 2022 program is running smoothly. We also congratulate the winners. NJIS hopes that the winners can be an inspiration to other students,” said Gerald.
This program was attended by 24 junior and senior high school students from various schools in several countries, namely Indonesia, China, Hong Kong, America, Canada, South Korea, Malaysia, and Turkey.
The program, which was held for 11 days, was directly mentored by professionals in their fields such as Professor George Benaroya (Lecturer who teaches Finance for Marketing Decisions Class from New York University).
Then Professor Marc Somnolet (adjunct professor who teaches Integrated Marketing and Capstone at New York University), Nithya Gottipati and Gaby Khoury (business mentor of Harvard Student Agencies) and Gerald Donovan (Principal of NJIS).
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