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President University Youth Association Part 2

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Who are we and what do we do?

President University Youth Association (PUYA) is an organization of young, talented and motivated students and young people in President University. Membership is open to all youth studying in President University including the alumnus who are under 30 or who are acknowledged. I, the Indonesian Youth Delegate for UNESCO aim for getting young people to be more involved in global governance and foster greater awareness and understanding between people and cultures. We, within the association, share an interest in issues and concerns related to ‘The World Programme of Action for Youth’ (WPAY) to the Year 2000 and Beyond was adopted by the General Assembly in 1995. It is a blueprint for the development of national youth policies in relation to the following ten priority concerns:

1. Education
2. Employment
3. Hunger and poverty
4. Health
5. Environment
6. Drug abuse
7. Juvenile delinquency
8. Leisure-time activities
9. Needs of girls and young women
10. The effective participation of youth in decision-making

On the occasion of the ten-year review of the WPAY in 2005, the General Assembly decided to add the following as additional priority areas to the Programme:

1. The mixed impact of globalization on young women and men
2. The use of and access to information and communication technologies
3. The dramatic increase in the incidence of HIV infection among young people and the impact of the epidemic on their lives
4. The active involvement of young people in armed conflict, both as victims and as perpetrators
5. The increased importance of addressing intergenerational issues in ageing society

We work to further these goals and promote increased public awareness and debate of these crucial international issues.

Our activities are divided between campaigning and learning. We are going to work together with other 20 clubs and organizations in the university. However, we are also going to develop cooperation with another Student and Youth Association across the country organizing local events for our members, including Model United Nations, conferences and debates with keynote speakers, fundraising and lobbying.

Our national campaigns range from ‘Stop-Aids’ to ‘Sustainable Environment Development’. The new campaign for the coming year will revolve around promoting citizenship. We are currently projecting to have approximately 50 members and membership of PUYA continues to grow rapidly as the new students enrollment. Individual members who join directly via our Membership Administration Officer in President University pay IDR 20,000 a year for membership.

Through the wealth of members and knowledge that we collectively share, PUYA can provide the Foreign Affairs Office (FAO) with an extended network of young people who are concerned about the UN. Our members join PUYA because they are interested in global issues. PUYA is the perfect body for the FAO to gauge the views of young people about the UN and many other global issues.

President University Youth Association
empowering youthworking with and for youth
on self-development and self-empowermentfor further details, please contact:
+62 856 811 811 7 (Reiza)
President University Youth Association
empowering youth

Was officially established on 3 May 2007

by the contribution of
the 1st Indonesian Youth Delegate for UNESCO
from President University

working with and for youth on self-development and self-empowerment

President University Youth Association Part 1

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Who are we and what do we do?

President University Youth Association (PUYA) is an organization of young, talented and motivated students and young people in President University. Membership is open to all youth studying in President University including the alumnus who are under 30 or who are acknowledged. I, the Indonesian Youth Delegate for UNESCO aim for getting young people to be more involved in global governance and foster greater awareness and understanding between people and cultures. We, within the association, share an interest in issues and concerns related to ‘The World Programme of Action for Youth’ (WPAY) to the Year 2000 and Beyond was adopted by the General Assembly in 1995. It is a blueprint for the development of national youth policies in relation to the following ten priority concerns:

1. Education
Working on educational issues at all levels, such as education for disabled youth, education for economically challenged youth, workshop on early-childhood education and many more
2. Employment
Working closely on employment issues for youth, for example part time job information, labor law, etc.
3. Hunger and poverty
Working hand-in-hand with other young people to assist hunger and poverty problems such as, community development, community empowerment, etc.
4. Health
Working on health issues, such as nutrition problems, cooperation with the department of health, etc.
5. Environment
Working on environmental issues, for example organizing tree planting, free-cars day campaign, etc.
6. Drug abuse
Working together with other youth in solving drug usage problems, for example organizing seminar on drug abuse prevention with other NGOs or government bodies.
7. Juvenile delinquency
Working on youth with problems, for example, visiting the house of street youth, etc.
8. Leisure-time activities
Working to organize events for youth in order to use their times for beneficial activities, etc.
9. Needs of girls and young women
Working closely for the development of girls and young women, for example organizing social gatherings, etc.
10. The effective participation of youth in decision-making
Working on the empowerment and the self-development of young people, for example organizing youth leadership training inviting keynote speakers.

On the occasion of the ten-year review of the WPAY in 2005, the General Assembly decided to add the following as additional priority areas to the Programme:

1. The mixed impact of globalization on young women and men
Working on the issues of globalization and its impacts on young people, for example organizing a talk show on the impacts of globalization, etc.
2. The use of and access to information and communication technologies
Working on the issues of information and communication technology and youth, for example conducting an ICT training for high school students, etc.
3. The dramatic increase in the incidence of HIV infection among young people and the impact of the epidemic on their lives
Working closely on the issues of HIV/AIDS, for example organizing a workshop on HIV prevention, etc.
4. The active involvement of young people in armed conflict, both as victims and as perpetrators
Working closely on the issues of armed conflicts, for example organizing peace campaign or dialogue, etc.
5. The increased importance of addressing intergenerational issues in ageing society
Working on the issues of intergeneration, for example organizing talk show on intergeneration problems for youth and adults on specific issue.

We work to further these goals and promote increased public awareness and debate of these crucial international issues.

Our activities are divided between campaigning and learning. We are going to work together with other 20 clubs and organizations in the university. However, we are also going to develop cooperation with another Student and Youth Association across the country organizing local events for our members, including Model United Nations, conferences and debates with keynote speakers, fundraising and lobbying.

Our national campaigns range from ‘Stop-Aids’ to ‘Sustainable Environment Development’. The new campaign for the coming year will revolve around promoting citizenship. We are currently projecting to have approximately 50 members and membership of PUYA continues to grow rapidly as the new students enrollment. Individual members who join directly via our Membership Administration Officer in President University pay IDR 50,000 a year for membership.

Through the wealth of members and knowledge that we collectively share, PUYA can provide the Foreign Affairs Office (FAO) with an extended network of young people who are concerned about the UN. Our members join PUYA because they are interested in global issues. PUYA is the perfect body for the FAO to gauge the views of young people about the UN and many other global issues.

Youth & Student Association
empowering youth
Was officially established on 3 May 2007

by the contribution of
the 1st Indonesian Youth Delegate for UNESCO
from President University

working with and for youth on self-development and self-empowerment

for further details, please contact secretariat:
+62 21 9291 2641

4 Points for Youth

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4 Points to Consider to be Competitive Young People in Emerging Knowledge Society:

•    Dare to Dream

•    Never Say Die

•    Walk the Talk

•    Learning by Serving

Brought to you by:
Indonesian Youth Delegate for UNESCO
President University Youth Association
Raize Communication

Being Young Doesn’t Mean to be Stupid

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Do You Want to be Like Her or Him?
They are the Youth Delegate 2006
for the United Nations General Assembly in New York for their Countries

AUSTRALIA
Elise Klein: At 23, Elise has accomplished what some people would have only dreamed about. She has attained an Environmental Science Degree, and has recently commenced her honours in this field. In 2005, she returned from Mali, West Africa, where she led a team of young people on a trip to visit a school she was instrumental in raising funds to build and sustain. Elise’s enthusiasm for social justice and the causes she believes in is unwavering. “I’m addicted to not only trying to make my life amazing, but improving the lives of others too.” Elise explains. Elise is the second eldest of four children. She grew up on the Mornington Peninsula and still lives with her close knit family in rural Victoria. Over the past 6 years, she has worked at the edgy Reach Foundation where she facilitates a full range of programs for young people from all walks of life including school workshops, camps, leadership days, as well as the program that originally sparked her interest, Heroes’ Days. Elise has also played a significant role in the development of two new and exciting Reach programs; a ‘girls only’ program called Birdcage, and a program focused on indigenous young women, called Flame. The Mali project also continues, with Elise now raising further funds to increase the school’s intake of orphaned and disadvantaged children and create a secondary school. Elise sends a special thanks to all her family and friends, the Reach Foundation, UNYA, DFAT and the 5000+ Australian young people who met with Elise over the last year to arm her with their thoughts, ideas and stories for the 61st UNGA.
NORWAY
Lars-Henrik Michelsen: Age: 25; Residence: Oslo in Norway; Occupation: President of Young Liberals of Norway; Hobbies: Football, fishing, Uganda and politics. More about me: For the last three years I have been working with politics in Norway. My main political goal is to make trade fair, end the world’s addiction to fossil fuels and helping Norway become a member of EU. Besides being the president of Young Liberals of Norway I try fulfil my academic career (I study political science). May 2006 I was appointed by the Norwegian Youth Council as one of the two Youth delegates from Norway to the UN General Assembly. I will try to use this fantastic opportunity to work for improved youth participation in political decision-making, both in Norway and within the UN system. Web: HTTP://MICHELSEN.BLOGS.COM and WWW.UNVLOG.ORG.
If you want to know more about them and other Youth Delegates from all over the countries, please contact:

President University Youth Association
Mohammad Reiza – Indonesian Youth Delegate 2007 for UNESCO
+62 856 811 811 7

Mohammad Reiza: Up Close and Personal

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Mohammad Reiza was born in Surabaya, Indonesia on December 17, 1983, Public Relations 3rd year student in President University. Reiza is a President Candidate of the Student Council of President University for the period of 2005 -2006.

Education Backgrounds
Mohammad Reiza spent his elementary school from1990 – 1996 at SD Negeri Kaliasin IV (State Elementary School) Surabaya. In Junior High School, he studied at SLTP Negeri 1 (State Junior High School) Surabaya: this is the best Junior High School in Surabaya from 1996 – 1999. While from year 1999 – 2002 he went to SMU Negeri 6 (State Senior High School) Surabaya. After graduation from the Senior High School, Reiza enrolled at President University Bekasi since year 2003 to present, majoring Public Relations which is related to all forms of communication skills.

Hobbies and Interests
In the spare times, Reiza likes to go swimming, playing badminton, playing golf, singing, dancing, playing music instruments such as violin and flute, listening to music and traveling. While some things that attract Reiza’s interest are Germany, public relations, international relations, media relations, cross-cultural communication, teaching, writing, environment, aviations and logistics, real estate and interior design.

Personal Profiles
Mohammad Reiza is a person who is credible, friendly, honest and open-minded. Proactive, initiating and dynamic are the personality traits that describe how he is. Reiza has a strong and tough work ethic: fast, hard and smart working with high commitment, dedication and integrity; three key elements of success that Reiza always bears in mind.

Achievements
Mohammad Reiza has some outstanding achievements in his lifetime. Reiza was the runner up in provincial writing competition about various cultures of Indonesia in German language: June 10, 2002. Not only that, in national writing competition, Reiza was certified the champion by the former Minister of National Education Mr. A. Malik Fadjar in National writing competition about various culture of Indonesia and Germany in German language on August 15, 2002.

Furthermore, Reiza also gets some scholarships such as Scholarship of Young Tourist Guide School granted by East Java Government Tourism Department, Surabaya in year 2002 (Reiza was the youngest student and the runner up of the best graduations). Another study grant that Reiza receives is education scholarship 2 granted by the President University Foundation, Cikarang, Bekasi in year 2003.

Mohammad Reiza is going to go global and he has achieved international succession as the Teenage Ambassador of Indonesia Program to Japan organized by Indonesia Ministry of National Education, APRINDO and AEON 1% Club Japan in year 2002. In this chance, Reiza was appointed as the spokesperson of Indonesia. Not only that, this year he has successfully achieved another international succession to have an opportunity to attend Teenage Ambassador Alumni Meeting in Japan organized by AEON 1% Club Japan: October 11 – 18, 2005 (attended by 11 participating countries: Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia, China, Korea, Australia, the United Kingdom, Bulgaria, Brazil and Peru). Again, Reiza is appointed as the spokesperson of Indonesian.

Skills and Competencies
As time goes by, Reiza has earned some competencies such as ability of both oral and written English and German languages. He is also a computer literate of Microsoft Office programs and media program like page maker and freehand. As Reiza is a Public Relations student, he has improved his public speaking and presentation skills. Furthermore, during the internship program in the 4th semester, Reiza learnt about aviations and logistics, corporate newsletter, news reporting and report writing, media relations, media monitoring, media analysis, media conference and media clipping. Through his working experiences, Reiza learns a lot about integrated marketing communications, advertising, estate and interior design as well as executive marketing.

Organization Experiences
Reiza has some organizational experiences in a youth organization called Karang Taruna and he was appointed to handle some positions: Secretary (1999), Treasurer (2000), Vice Chairman (2000) and Chairman (2001 – 2002). In his High School time, Reiza joined the Student Organization: OSIS (Organisasi Siswa Intra Sekolah) in SMU Negeri 6 Surabaya positioning Sport Department (1999 – 2000). In the second grade of Senior High School, Reiza established a German extracurricular called DLS (Deutsch Lernen SMUSechs) in SMU Negeri 6 Surabaya. He is the founder and owner since August 25, 2000 and the Chairman: (2000 – 2002). After his graduation, as Reiza declares himself as a young environmentalist, he joined a local environmental Non-Government Organization: Tunas Hijau Club in Surabaya (2003). He also worked on Magazine club: ‘WORD’ magazine at IALF Surabaya as the articles writer in year 2003.

During his studies in President University, Reiza organized English in President University for poor children in Cikarang. He is the Founder & Program Manager from 2004 – 2005. His success in organizing this program was massively followed by other students during the time of Community Development. Reiza was also involved in the Campus Newsletter: President University Newsletter as the Senior Journalist in year 2004. Furthermore, Reiza was deeply involved in Community Development Project: Social Survey and Social Involvement in a village near the university as the Project Chairman from December 2004 to February 2005.

Furthermore, Reiza also was involved in several organizational activities in President University such as Film Festival – Movie Club as the Chairman, Blood Donor and Charity Day 1, 2 and 3 as well as fund raising activities as the Chairman, Muslim activity on the Prophet Muhammad Maulid in year 2004 as the Managing Chairman.

International organizations also one of Reiza’s main focus. In National Teenage Ambassador Association: Indonesian Teenage Ambassador Association to Japan he is the Chairman and Spokesperson: since May 2005. Furthermore, Reiza also created the International Teenage Ambassador E-Group: Teenage Ambassador Alumni Meeting 2005 E-Group and he is also the founder and the owner since June 2005.
Working Experiences
Reiza also has some working experiences as a Tourist Guide; German-speaking tourist guide licensed by East Java Government Tourism Department since 2002 till present. He also worked as a German private teacher for a private course for foreigners in Surabaya in year 2003. Furthermore, Reiza was on of the jury members of Surabaya Cleanliness Competition held by Surabaya Cleanliness Department from May – June 2003.

With a Chinese student, Reiza, as the Managing Director establish and work for Buddy Translation Agency in Cikarang since August 2004 – present. With some IT students in his batch, Reiza as the Project Director works in E-Square Web Development in President University in year 2004.

Additionally, Reiza was offered to work for Cikarang Pos, a local newspaper in Cikarang, as the Managing editor and Redaction Board member since January 2005. Now, Reiza also supervises Research and Development Department and works as the Marketing Executive of the newspaper.

Reiza also got some working experiences during his Internship in Corporate Communication – Corporate Secretary of PT. Cardig International, Jakarta: March – June 2005. Reiza has successfully persuaded his on-site manager to teach at President University this semester. Later, Reiza and his manager plan to make a MOU signing between President University and PT. Cardig International in organizing the upcoming Internship programs.

Currently, Reiza also teaches private English conversation for business people in Cikarang and he was also cordially offered to work part time at PT. Graha Buana Cikarang, a subsidiary of PT. Jababeka Tbk at Plaza JB in Sales and Marketing Department. With the team, Reiza writes some publicity to be published in some newspapers like Cikarang Pos, Media Indonesia and Kompas as well as the company’s publicity brochures.

Courses
Reiza is interested in all about Germanic things, so he took German Course at Yayasan Goethe Indonesia Surabaya; overall, he has been studying German for eight years. When Reiza was sent to Japan in year 2002, he also took Japanese Course at the University of Surabaya. Not only that, Reiza also had the chance to join Guide Course with East Java Government Tourism Department in year 2002 before he departed to Japan. For the preparation of Eco-Innovate 2003 forum, Reiza took English Course at English First Surabaya in year 2003 and before he enrolled at President University, Reiza took Study Preparation course at IALF Surabaya. During his spare time, Reiza also took a French Course at CCCL Surabaya in year 2003. Currently, he studies again French to prepare himself to get a chance to do his next internship in UNESCO Headquarter office in Paris next year and also learn Japanese to prepare himself for the ‘Teenage Ambassador Alumni Meeting’ in Japan.

Researches
Mohammad Reiza likes doing research and he has been doing some researches since year 2002. First research on various cultures of Indonesia was written with the title of ‘Indonesian Auf Einen Blick’ in German language and was conducted from April – September 2002 (participated in provincial and national writing competition organized by Ministry of National Education).

When he was sent to Japan for the first time, Reiza did research on industrial problem in East Java and was written in an essay titled ‘Industrial Cesspool’ in English language. The research was conducted from August – October 2002 (essay submitted to AEON 1% Club Japan). Another environmental research was conducted on environmental problem in Surabaya. From the research, he wrote ‘Green City & Free Air Pollution Campaign’ in English language. The research was done from March – September 2003 and the essay was submitted to Bayer Indonesia Tbk. for Eco-Innovate 2003 in Sydney selection. Furthermore, He also did research on cleanliness and waste water problems in Jababeka Industrial Estate, Cikarang: ‘Alam-ku, Hidup-ku, Masa Depan-ku’ in Indonesian language. He did the research from April – September 2004 (essay submitted to BRI for BRI National Writing Competition 2004)

Another research regarding student vacation behavior in President University and was conducted and entitled ‘What’s Your Flavor for Vacation’ in English: January 2004. Research on employment problem in Indonesia was also conducted and he wrote ‘A Road to Interracial Work Park’ in English language: April – August 2004 (essay participated in Shell Economist Prize writing competition 2004). The last research was conducted regarding Korean People and the Dynamic: ‘Masyarakat Korea Dalam Sekilas’ in Indonesian: July – September 2005 (essay participated in Essay Writing Competition about Korea 2005).

Seminars and Workshops
Reiza also took some opportunities to join some seminars like Seminar: ‘Medical Plant and its Usage’ in Trawas, East Java organized by Eintopf Klub Surabaya and Internationale Weiterbildung und Entwicklung gGmbH in year 2003. During the internship, Reiza also joined Group Communication Workshop: ‘Wrting Technic for Media’ and ‘Journalistic Photogrphy’ organized by Corporate Communication of Cardig International, Jakarta in April , 2005.

Printed Media Publishing Involvement
Reiza has some experiences in printed media. He was involved in ‘WORD’ internal magazine of IALF Surabaya with Ms. Pauline Bezzant: July 2003 edition. In year 2004, Reiza was the senior journalist of Presidnet University Newsletter and contributed some articles writing. Furthermore, Reiza has been working with Cikarang Pos since January 2005 and has been contributing many more articles writing up to now. During his Internship in PT. Cardig International, Reiza has contributed a lot in Cardig News for April – May and June – July 2005 editions.

Goals
Reiza wants to work for United Nation Organization in the headquarter office in New York, America and wants to establish an international foundation which supports community development in developing countries.

If you are interested to know better about Mohammad Reiza, simply send SMS to his mobile phone number: +62 819 3232 1400 or simply drop Reiza some lines through his email address: mohammadreiza@yahoo.de. As a future Public Relations practitioner, Reiza is ready 24/7 (24 hours a day, 7 days a week).

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The Luminous Life of Mohammad Reiza

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Mohammad Reiza is a President Candidate of the Student Council of President University for the period of 2005 -2006. Reiza was born in Surabaya, Indonesia on December 17, 1983 and is a second-scholarship-grant Public Relations 3rd year student in President University.Reiza and AEON 1% Club Japan
Mohammad Reiza is going to go global and he has achieved international succession as the Teenage Ambassador of Indonesia Program to Japan organized by the Indonesia Ministry of National Education, APRINDO and AEON 1% Club Japan in year 2002. In this chance, Reiza was appointed as the spokesperson of Indonesia. In this occasion, Reiza was exposed in Jawa Pos and RCTI and formally accompanied by the former National Education Minister, A. Malik Fadjar.

Not only that, this year he has successfully achieved another international succession to have an opportunity to attend Teenage Ambassador Alumni Meeting in Japan organized by AEON 1% Club Japan: October 11 – 18, 2005 (attended by 11 participating countries: Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia, China, Korea, Australia, the United Kingdom, Bulgaria, Brazil and Peru). Again, Reiza is appointed as the spokesperson of Indonesian. Reiza also got exposed last month by Indo Pos, a national newspaper.

Reiza is representing President University and will bring along a letter from Professor Muliawati G. Siswanto, the Rector of President University to be given to the Chairman of AEON 1% Club, Takuya Okada to invite him to come to President University as a Guest Lecturer in a Studium Generale as well as to maintain a good relationship with President University so that more students can be invited to go to Japan to do the internship program in AEON Group in Japan.

Reiza with President University
Reiza is a student of Public Relations in year 2003 intake and a receiver of President University Foundation second scholarship grant. From semester 1, Reiza is able to maintain his GPA above 3.40 as well as to balance himself with non-academic activities at the same time. It shows the ability to develop himself through both academic and non-academic achievements at once.

During the study in President University, Reiza has been doing many self-initiated activities to make the campus life livelier. In the first semester, Reiza did an English discussion with the English lecturer for all students. Reiza also did interviews, researches and the first workshop on the student behavior in spending their time on vacation and some lecturers to be written in a lecturer’s book. After the final exam, Reiza coordinated with his friend the first Blood Donor and Charity to a local orphanage.
From the First Blood Donor and Charity Day, Reiza got the fist media exposure from Cikarang Pos and it really exposed the name of President University.

Furthermore, in semester 2 Reiza did more and more activities such as becoming the senior journalist of President University Newsletter and contributed some articles writing. Besides that, Reiza was the pioneer of an English Course for poor children around President University conducted in campus’ classes. Through this course, Reiza was able to educate around 50 children who were divided in five classes and also Reiza was able to organize his friends to teach the children English. Not only that, from his hobbies of watching movies, Reiza held movie festivals to collect money to buy the materials for the English course and gifts for the ten poor children in a class. What a charitable person.

When living in the previous dormitory, Reiza also opened a mini book rental, English study center and also German Education Information Center for his peers. From those activities, Reiza allocated 10% of the income to be donated to the orphan children. Reiza seems to have a very tough and strong will to raise fund from the people to help others and for social activities.

With some friends, Reiza as the Managing Chairman held a Moslem event ‘celebration of Prophet Muhammad’s Maulid. He organized an environment clean-up with the neighborhoods, Islamic Film Festival and Gathering invited the Secretary of Hamzah Haz as the speaker. Other activities are Blood Donor 2 and 3 as well as the Charity Day which invited the orphan children to come to Academia Student Housing to join the celebration of 59th Indonesia Independence Day.

Reiza was involved as well in the first Ceremony of Independence Day in the university last year. He also organized the BBQ party which was attended by the lecturers and the management of President University in Academia Student Housing.

In cooperation with Mr. Max Renyaan, Reiza organized a workshop on ‘How to Teach Your Children English at Home’ invited teachers and parents around the university. He made the teaching methodology book of English teaching and later is used by some other students for the Community Development projects.

In the early of Semester 3 last year, Reiza was the Project Director of E-Square, a web development team who worked on the President University website development with his IT friends. Surely, it enriched him with new knowledge of Information Technology field.
Reiza has contributed a lot for organizing some activities in President University including the fund collection for the victim of Tsunami last year. His contribution brought some ideas and initiatives to the other students.

Reiza and Cikarang Pos
In the early of this year, Mohammad Reiza was sincerely offered to be the Managing Editor and the member of Redaction Board of Cikarang Pos. He has been working with Cikarang Pos since January 2005 and learnt a lot of new knowledge and experience in a printed media industry. Reiza wrote many articles and did many interviews and on-place reportages. During the internship program starting last March, Reiza gave opportunities to three of his friends to do their internships in Cikarang Pos. Not only that, Reiza also wrote some exposures about some activities of President University. Currently, Reiza also manages the Department of Research and Development and positions Advertising & Promotion Department of Cikarang Pos.

Additionally, Reiza cooperates together with Cikarang Pos, as the Indonesia Environmental Teenage Ambassador doing ‘Cikarang Bersih’ Campaign. Educating people in Cikarang to manage and make Cikarang as a green and environmentally-friendly place to live in. Previously, Reiza delivered a speech in front of orphan children in Darunnadwah orphanage. Through this activity, Reiza and the campaign has been exposed to a national newspaper, Indo Pos and sponsored by a new restaurant and café Alhambra, in front of Makorem office.

Reiza with PT. Cardig International
In the internship program semester 4, Reiza obtained an opportunity to do his internship program in PT. Cardig International, an aviations and logistics company in Jakarta. Cardig International is an investment holding company of nine subsidiary companies like UPS Cardig International, JAS Airport Services, Go Trans and JAS Aero-Engineering. Cardig International has some outstanding Business Partners like UPS International, PT. Panasonic Gobel, Singapore Airlines and Singapore Airlines Engineering Company.

From the opportunities given, Reiza has maintained a very outstanding relationship between President University and Cardig International Group. Reiza has successfully persuaded his on-site manager, Ms. Trisia Megawati KD to teach in President University. Currently, she is teaching Public Speaking for Public Relations 2nd year students and Communication Management for Human Resources Management 3rd year students every Tuesday.

Furthermore, Reiza will organize a MOU signing between President University and PT Cardig International Group in developing better relations in placing some students to do the internship program in PT Cardig International Group in the coming future. This surely will facilitate President University students to have experience doing their internship in multinational and big companies.

In addition, as Cardig International Group has foreign Business Partners like Singapore Airlines as well as Singapore Airlines Engineering Company, the students will be able to do their internship overseas especially in Singapore. Later, the President of President University Foundation, Mr. Hasan M. Sujono, the former CEO of Sempati Air, will formally sign the MOU for this Intenrship program in PT Cardig International Group.

Besides that, Reiza was also involved in the Corporate Newsletter, Cardig News and was exposed on the April-May edition. Reiza also got new experiences in Employee and Subsidiary Relations, Group Conference, Media Analysis, Media Monitoring, Media Clipping, Groups Communication Crisis and Media Relations with national newspaper, Republika and TEMPO magazine.

Reiza with PT. Jababeka Tbk.
Presently, Mohammad Reiza is also working with Jababeka, PT Graha Buana Cikarang and working on the Sales and Marketing Department specifically Tropikana housing. Reiza was firstly offered to work on the Public Relations writing of Jababeka Education Park, Academia Student Housing and Pavilion Exclusive Rent House.

Currently, Reiza is working on the writing of the ‘Show Unit’ of Tropikana regarding its interior design. He is now assigned to do some analysis and research on interior design and architecture as well as Marketing Public Relations writings to market the products of Jababeka. Reiza is under a three-month-part-time-job contract in PT. Graha Buana Cikarang, a subsidiary of PT. Jababeka Tbk. Through this opportunity, definitely, Reiza will learn more new knowledge.

If you are interested to know better about Mohammad Reiza, simply send SMS to his mobile phone number: +62 819 3232 1400 or simply drop Reiza some lines through his email address: mohammadreiza@yahoo.de. As a future Public Relations practitioner, Reiza is ready 24/7 (24 hours a day, 7 days a week).

What are you waiting for? Vote for Mohammad Reiza now with:

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IZ Writing Society

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GLOBAL COMMUNITY PUBLICATIONS

Don’t let the thought of putting pen to paper discourage you. I address this statement to you all friends. If you feel afraid to write down what’s been trouble in your mind, I have the answer for your problem. To write is to describe your self. That’s why I sincerely welcome you to join my Writing Society in the coming days. Together we discuss problems in writing and, of course, we will produce some writings to be published. Do not hesitate and feel free in expressing your creativity.

I started writings when I was in high school, and I have kept at it for the past five years. I have joined some writing competitions written in different languages held by several national and international organizations. I won the second prize for provincial writing competition about various cultures of Indonesia written in German language held by East Java Government National Education Department. Not only that, I was certified the champion by the former National Education Minister, A. Malik Fajar, in national writing competition about various cultures of Indonesia, also written in German language held by Indonesia National Education Ministry.

For those achievements, I was invited to attend the 57th Independence Day Ceremony in Istana Merdeka, Jakarta. Later, I was sent to Japan for Teenage Ambassador for Indonesia Program organized by Indonesia National Education Ministry and AEON 1% Club Japan. For that event, I was required to write about pollution problems in Indonesia using English language. I have done some researches to use as the data and the references of my writings.

I wrote some articles, edited and published the first internal English Magazine, WORD, at I/A/L/F Surabaya. Furthermore, I was the senior journalist for President University Newsletter and I have contributed some article writings. Those were some writings experiences done in teams I have gained in the last two years.

Currently, I take News Reporting and Report Writing class as the requisite subject in my major, Public Relations. Soon, our class is going to finish our final project that is making an internal newsletter. During the study at President University, I also got some improvements in my writing skills by doing some written assignments for different subjects. In spite of writing some essays both in Indonesian and English languages about environment and employment problems in our country. Additionally, I am a young environmentalist too. This role influences me to focus more on environmental writings.

Finally, some programs of IZ (Innovative Zone) Writing Society have been well planned such as essay writing competition for students; talk show and workshop inviting writers or speakers; one-day writing course with guest lecturer; comparison study visit to other writing societies; contact publishers, tabloids, magazines and newspapers; publish our writings. We can talk it through lunch gathering.

Well, it seems enough for me to explain about the internal preview of how IZ Writing Society will be covering the students’ needs of a medium to share and to brainstorm the ideas of expressing themselves through writings. For further information and member sign-up, please contact me: Mohammad Reiza, and simply send me email to mohammadreiza@yahoo.de. I look forward to welcoming you to IZ Writing Society

Mohammad Reiza and the Spirit Within

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Mohammad Reiza is a President Candidate of the Student Council of President University for the period of 2005 -2006. A 3rd year Public Relations student at President University, Reiza will balance both the academic and non-academic achievements of the students of President University. Reiza will never give you something that you can do even by yourself but he will give you activities that are innovative and extraordinary.

Self Development Center
1. IZ Writing Society
2. E-Square Web Development
3. Private Course Club
4. B-Square Self Access and Study Center
5. Public Speaking Club
6. Internship and Part Time Job Club
7. Eco Community
8. Printed Media Club
9. Center for International Studies

Language Center
1. English Conversation and Debate Club
2. Chinese Study and Language Club
3. French Study and Language Club
4. German Study and Language Club
5. Japanese Study and Language Club
6. Indonesian for Foreigners Club
7. Arabic and Al-Quran Reading Club
8. Vietnamese Club
9. Language and Literature Center (other languages like Italian, Dutch, Russian and Korean are upon requests)
Since Reiza is asked by the Rector of President University to be a member of the Editor Board of the coming President Interdisciplinary Journal (a Scientific Journal) you will be well assisted to contribute your articles in the journal later. As Reiza is also the member of Cikarang Pos Editor Board, you will also have opportunities to contribute your articles in Cikarang Pos.

Academic Development Center
1. Computer and IT Faculty Development
2. Engineering Faculty Development
3. Business Faculty Development

Non-Academic Development Center
1. Movie, Arts and Culture Club
2. Music and Sports Club
3. Fund Raising and Charity House
4. Research and Development Center

If you are interested in those activities above, simply contact Reiza and Global Wave team or you can send SMS to his mobile phone number: +62 819 3232 1400 or simply drop Reiza some lines through his email address: mohammadreiza@yahoo.de. As a future Public Relations practitioner, Reiza is ready 24/7 (24 hours a day, 7 days a week).

We Give What We Have and
We Don’t Promise What We Don’t Have
Vote for Mohammad Reiza now with:

‘Global Wave’ Team
‘Dynamic Dedication for Dynamic Development’