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The second host of the National Financial Literacy Campaign: Yogyakarta!

When we talk about education in Indonesia, the name of Yogyakarta might come to mind. Yogyakarta has long been hailed as “The City of Scholars” due to its major role in improving education in Indonesia. Bearing this in mind, it’s no wonder that Home Credit chose Yogyakarta as one of the destinations for this year’s National Financial Literacy Campaign 

On 8 June 2017, Home Credit held a Financial Literacy class in SMKN 1 Saptosari Gunung Kidul. This is our second event for this year’s National Financial Literacy Campaign. This collaboration between team members from External Affairs, Marketing & Strategy, Career Development, and Human Resources was well received by an audience of 170 students.

In the event, we shared information aimed to improve the students’ understanding of basic financial management, benefits of entrepreneurship and where to start, and how to have a successful working career.

We hope that this event will inspire our youth to manage their finances wisely and to also prepare them to enter the workforce. In the long run, we hope that this event will also inspire the young generation to broaden their perspectives, and to stand tall against all odds in their efforts to create a better future for the nation.

Never stop learning, because learning new things will give you an added advantage in the future. What new things do you want to learn today?