Understanding the importance of developing education for advancement of man power in Indonesia, PT Asuransi Dayin Mitra Tbk committed itself to take part through a Working & Learning Scholarship Program.
The Program has started in 2012, PT Asuransi Dayin Mitra Tbk cooperated with Sekolah Tinggi Manajemen Resiko & Asuransi Trisakti (STIMRA) and Sekolah Tinggi Manajemen Asuransi Trisakti (STMA Trisakti). This program was designed to help high school graduates who excels and have been accepted in the mentioned college but encounter financial difficulties. During the education the participants receive assistances in college tuition fee, financing for books purchases and financial allowances, as well as a chance to apprentice in the company.
“Like To Read” Movement
To like to read is the foundation for a nation to achieve success in the future. By reading, it would also add to the knowledge horizon and to improve the intelligence and the advancement of a nation.
Recognizing the importance to enhance the habit of reading, the Company took part in “Dayin Peduli Pendidikan Anak-anak Indonesia” (Dayin Cares for the Education of Indonesia’s Children) in order to promote to Indonesian children to have a habit of reading and the eagerness to learn.
The program was held on December 17, 2015 located at a Free School “Master School Depok”, City of Depok. Representatives of the Company paid a visit and donated books to add to their library’s books collection and also books for students and the teaching manuals for the teachers of English lessons, “Our World” series published by National Geographic Learning.
It is expected that students at the Free School Master will have an additional collection of books that can stimulate the interest in reading, learning and encourage curiosity for children since early age.
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