Kate Huth, our beloved intern from the University of North Carolina has recently completed the three-month internship program at our office in Bandung. She has helped us a lot in improving the English learning module for our game. She’s also been involved in developing one of our teaching platforms, the Youtube Classifier. It’s been an awesome experience for us to have her working on a job which she described as a teenagers’ dream: sitting around all day playing computer games, reading blogs and watching YouTube. 

This month, we’ve begun a new period of our internship program and we’re very excited to welcome the five interns who have joined us! They’ll be working side by side with our team, while also contributing on a real project as they learn more about the EdTech field. Get to know what motivates them to join Solve Education!.

Dilshad S
from Kerala, India

What is your role at Solve Education!/what did you work on at Solve Education?
I work as a remote intern and am working on various cross functional job roles in fundraising, implementation and research.

What drew you to Solve Education!, originally?
For a long time, I’ve had a passion for the education sector and was excited about the opportunity to work with a young organisation like Solve Education! on designing and implementing innovative educational projects aimed at solving the huge learning crisis existing in my country and around the globe.

Yukaristia
from Malang, Indonesia

What is your role at Solve Education/what did you work on at Solve Education?
I’m an intern in the Community Engagement Division. My job is to approach communities, organizations/foundations and introduce and familiarize them with SE! products (Dawn of Civilization, Learnalytics, and Solve Employment) so that they can empower themselves and their learners using our application. They can gain so much experience and learn English in a fun way through gamification.

What drew you to Solve Education!, originally?
I believe that everyone has the right to receive an equal and quality education. Solve Education! is committed to providing good quality education through gamification, incentives, and artificial intelligence. I think it’s the best way. We know that technology has a huge role in our lives, especially smartphones. Almost everyone in the world now uses smartphones. I saw that Solve Education! uses it as an opportunity to create a learning app. The learning application accessible on smartphones make education become cheaper, more effective, and more efficient, which I think is great. Now, everyone can have access to education. Through the app and platforms (Dawn of Civilization, Learnalytics, Solve Employment, etc) they can gain a lot of learning experience, especially in English learning and 21st-century literacy. These great things are what convinced me to join the internship at Solve Education!. So, I have the chance to participate to make quality education received by everyone equally.

Alfonsus Adi Baskoro
from Bandung, Indonesia

What is your role at Solve Education/what did you work on at Solve Education?
My role is to help the fundraising team. So far, I’ve been researching crowdfunding and grants, and this has given me an insight into how a non-profit NGO works.

What drew you to Solve Education!, originally?
I was drawn to SE! because I see SE! as an NGO which has an innovative way of giving education access to underprivileged people by using technology.

David Tori Prabowo
from Jambi, Indonesia

What is your role at Solve Education/what did you work on at Solve Education?
I am working with the fundraising team. Up to now, I have been managing the campaign and researching about grants and crowdfunding platforms. During my work, I have gained insight into the scope of Edu-Tech NGO working field.

What drew you to Solve Education, originally?
I was drawn to SE! because I love games. It interests me to gain working experience in the NGO field, with the mission to privilege youths in education by means of technology.

Sarah Azzahra
from Bandung, Indonesia

What is your role at Solve Education/what did you work on at Solve Education?
I’m working with the web development team.

What drew you to Solve Education, originally?
SE! is very interesting and a great organization. I wanted to join SE! because I love to learn English and I saw that SE! is the right place for it. So I chose to do an internship at SE! for my school internship program. Also, the game (Dawn of Civilization) is very interesting for me.

Solve Education! (SE!) is a non-profit which provides access to quality education and employment through gamification and artificial intelligence on our platform for the youths in emerging markets. There are currently 20,000+ youths (aged 15-24) in emerging economies on the platform today who are actively learning through creations including Dawn of Civilization, Learnalytics and Solve Employment.

SE! is excited to launch a campaign to provide ‘English Skills for 10,000 Indonesian Youths’ with GlobalGiving, a global crowdfunding platform, where every dollar donated will get matched by GlobalGiving over the next 8 days. SE! sees that millions of youth in Indonesia are underserved and often do not have access to quality education. Donations will be used to roll out an English program for 10,000 youths in Indonesia. Please join us to support education for the youth in Indonesia.

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