In this fourth episode, OzAlum Muhammad Fathahillah Zuhri and PhD candidate Faruq Ibnul Haqi share with guest host alumna Desy Bachir about how student associations and alumni networks matter more than you think. An opportunity for students and alumni to better their professional and personal growth, Fathah manages to co-found a startup, Stepnesia, from his network, while Faruq receives funding from the Alumni Grant Scheme (AGS) for his project Bambooland, a social enterprise located at Ngepring village in Sleman. How do you leverage your students and alumni network? Give it a listen to our OzAlum Podcast and leave a rating and review.
If you're an OzAlum who wants to make an impact, apply for a grant by 28 June. More information about the AGS: https://australiaawardsindonesia.org/news/detail/244000085/applications-open-for-the-alumni-grant-scheme-2021-round-2
Stay connected with our alumni networks, stay up to date with our alumni events and subscribe our Australia Global Alumni weekly updates here https://oz.link/update and join our Australia-Indonesia Alumni Forum on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8490219/
For Indonesian students in Australia, join the Indonesian Students’ Association of Australia (PPIA) app, now available on Apple store: https://appadvice.com/app/ppi-australia-apps/1528133806