7 BSBA students cap off virtual Indonesian internship
Text by Mr. Jerome L. Duque
Graphics by Mr. John Paul Q. Gordovin
As part of an agreement signed between Tarlac Agricultural University - College of Business and Management (TAU-CBM) and Universitas Muhammadiyah Pontianak’s (UMP) Faculty of Business and Economics, six Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) students underwent a four-week e-internship at UMP’s Business Incubator and Capital Market Corner and Tax Center.
TAU-CBM students devoted 200 hours attending theoretical classes and performing virtual tasks. Said interns were Royce Adrian C. Penuliar, Jetro M. Palasigue, Rico Rocafor, Robin Marie Lim, Rommel Casibang, Dannah Mai C. Bobita, Royce Adrian C. Penuliar, and Shaira M. Ubaldo.
“During the presentation of OJT accomplishments, the interns told us that the biggest skills they developed were time management and proper planning of tasks and activities,” Mr. Darwin Pineda, OJT coordinator, shared.
UMP, a higher education institution in West Kalimantan, is a Muhammadiyah-affiliated university in the Indonesian archipelago. Based in Yogyakarta, Muhammadiyah is one of the world’s most respected Islamic non-governmental organizations.