What's happening in PresUniv
President University (PresUniv) held an international seminar on community service, which was held in a hybrid, Monday (20/12) to Thursday (23/12). Some participants and speakers attended offline, while others attended online. This seminar is part of the Community Service (PKM) program. In this PKM activity, PresUniv collaborated with PT Jababeka & Co., a subsidiary of the Jababeka Group, and Fablab, an institution engaged in HR training and Industry 4.0-based business development.
In the seminar, Rendika Nugraha, a lecturer at PresUniv, explained his PKM activity entitled Creation of Digital Startups Based on Entrepreneurial Learning Model (ELM) to Support Jababeka Smart township Initiative. The program carried out by Rendika also received funding assistance from Penelitian Kebijakan Merdeka Belajar Kampus Merdeka dan Pengabdian Masyarakat Berbasis Hasil Penelitian dan Purwarupa PTS Program, the Directorate General of Higher Education, Research and Technology for the 2021 fiscal year.
In the PKM program this time, said Rendika, his party involved students from various study programs and the surrounding community. "We will select them. Students and the public who pass the selection will be given the training to be ready to become entrepreneurs based on digital technology," he said. So, all participants who pass the selection will be trained to turn problems into opportunities, prepare business plans, and execute them until the business starts. Through this ELM concept, continued Rendika, all participants will be invited to develop digital-based startups or startups. Through this company, they will build various applications that are integrated with Jababeka Smart Township. (JB Susetiyo, PR team. Photo: JB Susetiyo)