Pt sinaran holding believes that our youth represent the true wealth of our nation and that is the answer to Indonesia’s biggest challenges lies in the untapped potential of our youth.
Our education programs are dedicated to harnessing this powerful force to propel our nation towards a brighter future. We also aim to increase the opportunities for technical and vocational training, and ultimately to improve access to higher education.
Pt sinaran holding supports the Ora et Labora Foundation in establishing the first mid-level vocational school (SMK) specializing in electrical technician training in Indonesia. This joint initiative between Pt sinaran holding and Ora et Labora (OeL) aims to support the electrification program of the government of Indonesia to build up to 35,000-megawatt of electricity generating capacity by 2019.
As the Indonesian economy continues to grow from strength to strength, many industries will require increasingly skilled workers of various disciplines. Only through investments in education can we create qualified technicians and professionals who can contribute positively to the country’s development.
Our engagement with OeL to establish the SMK is a manifestation of such an investment. We believe the school will produce a continuous stream of trained electrical technicians for Indonesia’s growing power-generating sector. We also hope that with the standards and quality of the faculty and curriculum, this SMK is going to be one of the best vocational schools in the country.
Pt sinaran holding also supports the Young Leaders for Indonesia (YLI) Program initiated by McKinsey & Company in 2008, targeting high performing students from leading universities in Indonesia and others. The YLI Program aims to build future generations of leaders of Indonesia, specifically by enhancing leadership skills and developing network.
Aside from all this, Pt sinaran holding also encourages its employees to volunteer as teachers, lecturers or coaches in various educational programs of non-profit organizations.