The IPMI International Business School in Jakarta, Indonesia, is offering Youth Time Magazine readers the opportunity to be a part of a special event all geared around sustainability.
This month they are welcoming students from across the world to join the programme, Becoming Change Agents Through Building Commitment and Developing Flourishing Business Ideas Supporting the SDGs.
Collaborate and WIN
This IPMI and Youth Time collaboration will see you work alongside like-minded people to workshops and exercises as they try to find solutions for businesses who are supporting the sustainable goals of the United Nations.
Either as a group or as an individual, your task is to come up with a problem that is affecting your community, an opportunity to act and your commitment to solving the issue. Remember, this should link to sustainability and social responsibility, so do your research before entering.
To be a part of it, IPMI is asking you to post on instagram your way of being a changemaker, whether through images or a video. Make sure you tag IPMI at the handle @ipmicampus and use the hashtags #ipmiyouthtime2021 and #ipmichangemaker.
By doing this you will receive one free ticket to join an IPMI session free of charge. This will be sent to your direct messages, so make sure you include @ipmicampus in your post.
Not only that, but your idea will be published as part of a compilation of flourishing business ideas. And, if you join one of IPMI’s breakout groups, you will get the chance to continue gaining their insight with a voucher for a free admission test or one time class sit-in in IPMI International Business School.
IPMI International Business School, established in 1984, is a leading business school in Indonesia. IPMI provides Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) and Master of Business Administration (MBA) programmes.
IPMI’s programmes are best known for their unique participant-centred learning and holistic experiences of active engagement in real life international projects and integrating theory with practice.
Then, their faculty members encompass the highest calibre industry profiles by adapting facilitative style and learner-centred approach.
Along with these programmes, they have also had partnerships with significant institutions in Asia, Europe, and Australia.
Youth Time and IPMI are collaborating next week at our free online event: Is Corporate Responsibility key to Sustainability?
This is four days of online events all on this topic, where you will hear from leading industry experts and gain insight from companies like the United Nations and Samsung.
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