Mr. Andrea K. Iskandar, one of our teaching staffs at English department, brought a group of students to attend an @atamerica’s lecture series delivered by prominent speakers from Case Western Reserve University and some important figures from Indonesia on April 14, 2015.
The Presentation Skills Class attending the session were expected to be able to expand their horizons on both global and local entrepreneurial issues and to learn the sum and substance of delivering public speech. And what a session it was to learn!
Students valued the experience of attending the lecture. They said that they have learned not only the fundamentals of entrepreneurship issues, but also the experiences of those who have been there first. One of the speakers was Miss veronica Colondam of YCAB, a social entrepreneur , who delivered an engaging session when talking about her experience of starting, developing and maintaining Yayasan Cinta Anak Bangsa ( YCAB).
Other speakers have also mentioned about the tips to succeed in both social and profit entrepreneurship contexts. One thing that the speakers concern about is the lack of regulation and supports from the government on the field.
Our students have certainly had witnessed wonderful speakers in the real context, talking about real issues. We would like to thank @america for the invitation.
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