Teladan 2019 Participants Receive Encouragement From Minister Puan Maharani
Tanoto Scholars, as participants of the TELADAN program, should have strong aspirations and dreams as the future leaders of Indonesia, said Puan Maharani, Indonesian Coordinating Minister for Human Development and Cultural Affairs.
Puan said this during an inauguration ceremony for the TELADAN 2019 program on March 5 in Jakarta.
TELADAN (Teaching Leadership, Advancing the Nations) is a program initiated by Tanoto Foundation to support the development of a community of leaders which will positively impact society.
Puan expressed appreciation to Tanoto Foundation for the role it is playing in building character in the students.
“The TELADAN program is in line with the government’s focus on building and coordinating various efforts to improve human resources in Indonesia.”
Puan Maharani, Indonesian Coordinating Minister for Human Development and Cultural Affairs
Satrijo Tanudjojo, Global CEO of Tanoto Foundation, explained that Tanoto Foundation will cover all allowance and tuition expenses for TELADAN participants, from their first year of university until graduation.
In addition, Tanoto Foundation will provide opportunities for international exposure to high-achieving Tanoto Scholars.
“Take advantage of this opportunity. Be responsible. Attend each training session earnestly. Develop and optimize your potential and skills.”
Satrijo Tanudjojo – Global CEO of Tanoto Foundation
The TELADAN 2019 program batch comprises 150 Tanoto Scholars from nine partner universities. These scholars were selected out of 7,000 registrants, after passing through three rigorous selection stages comprising an administration stage, psychological testing and an interview.
All Tanoto Scholars undergo an integrated training program from their first year of receiving the scholarship until they graduate. They also receive career support when they are preparing to enter the workforce.