South Korea Pre Departure Training [YES Korea Batch II]

On Saturday 23rd February 2019, Cipta Bangsa Foundation (CBF) held a pre departure training for students of Universitas Gajah Mada before they fly to South Korea. The training was held in CBF Office in Semarang.

Out of three students, only two came to follow the training. One student couldn’t join because she was being hospitalized. Mr. Eko Wahyudi, the director of CBF explained the important things should be prepared before leaving for South Korea. He also gave the participants a picture of what they’re going to do there in South Korea.

The participants are going to have a project in Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) Korea. They’re going to stay there for about three months. There, they will help the officer of DMZ taking care of training and administration. Also, they will visit schools around DMZ to teach the local students and communicate with locals who live near DMZ Centre. The participants, named Ayu Martha, Elfira Rosa, and Hening Larashati are the students of Universitas Gajah Mada majoring Korean Language.


About ciptabangsafoundation

Yayasan Cipta Bangsa (Cipta Bangsa Foundation) is an NGO working on education and adult path. Our Foundation was officially registered in Ministry of Law and Human Right Republic of Indonesia. Our Foundation organizes several programs both national and international level. In Indonesia we organize formal and non-formal education. Besides that we also organizes voluntary project for short term, midterm and long term period for high school students and university students. In international level we initiate to work with overseas partners in conducting our voluntary program including EVS program.
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2 Responses to South Korea Pre Departure Training [YES Korea Batch II]

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