Bandung Alliance Intercultural School

International Business Internship Program

Our Life-Changing Project

Our Goal Is To Transform The World

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Our Team

Josiah Kim

Class of 2019
Josiah Kim

Class of 2019

My name is Josiah Kim and I am a senior. At school, I challenge myself academically as much as I can by taking all the advanced courses available to me.

To supplement my scholastic lifestyle, I am part of various extracurriculars. I hold the position of president in Student Council and the role of team captain in Varsity Soccer. I have served as a member of the National Honors Society and the International Thespian Society for the past two years. I am also the founder and president of my school’s competitive math team and have earned medals in both national and international events.

I hope that through my participation in the International Business Alliance Program, I will understand the world that I live in today. It is my wish that I can mature and develop as a responsible member of the global community through this program.

Daniel Nix

Class of 2019
Daniel Nix

Class of 2019

My name is Daniel Nix and I am a senior at Bandung Alliance Intercultural School. I am currently taking advanced courses at school and doing my best to further my education.

In addition, I serve as the president of our school’s chapter of Thespian Society, and I have been a part of the National Honor Society for the last two years. I am also an athlete on the varsity Basketball and Cross-Country teams. I have participated in Student Council four years, and I am leading a worship team this year.

Through IBIP I hope to develop more in my understanding of the world, seeing things through a different perspective and interacting with new people. I hope my time on this team will also increase my ability to communicate and work in the modern world.

Haram “Joseph” Jeong

Class of 2019
Haram “Joseph” Jeong

Class of 2019

My name is Haram (Joseph) Jeong and I am a senior. Through taking rigorous courses such as AP and honors classes, I seek to cease as many opportunities to challenge myself academically as possible.

I participate in quite a few extracurricular activities such as National Honors Society, Varsity Badminton, and praise team/band. Moreover, I serve my school community by participating as a member of the Chaplin Society(ChapSo), a society that seeks to support the student body behind the scenes.

I am very excited to be working with the Global Young Innovators Initiative to further impact the globe with positive influences. I eagerly wish that my participation and my team’s results would develop me and others into global citizens.

Simoné Liebich

Class of 2020
Simoné Liebich

Class of 2020

My name is Simoné Liebich. I am a currently a junior BAIS. I am taking several of the AP courses offered to me to further my understanding of the world and to help me excel in the future.

In addition, I am a member my school’s International Thespian Society team as well as a member of my school’s Chaplain Society, which seeks to aid students through prayer and support. I also enjoy being involved in my school and church's worship teams, as well as being on the Varsity Soccer team.

I joined the International Business Alliance Program because I see it as a way to be able to help those around me. My plan for my future is to be able to serve those in need, and I believe that this program will be tremendously efficient in teaching me many of the skills I wish to acquire.

Sandor Beintema

Class of 2022
Sandor Beintema

Class of 2022

My name is Sandor Beintema, I am half Dutch and half Indonesian. I am a freshman at Bandung Alliance Intercultural School (BAIS). I enjoy playing soccer and basketball, listening to music, and being with my friends and family.

Currently, I am in the BAIS soccer team. Not only do I enjoy sports, but I attend a photography class that my school offers. I am in the worship team at school, at youth, and at church. I am also a part of the school’s Student Council, as a class representative for the 9th grade.

I decided to join the IBIP program because I would like to have a positive effect on the world. Wanting to help those who are not able to help themselves, I would like to share God’s love with them. Especially to those who might not have heard of Him.

Lydia Kim

Class of 2022
Lydia Kim

Class of 2022

My name is Lydia Kim, and I am currently a freshman at Bandung Alliance Intercultural School (BAIS). I enjoy drawing and playing sports in my spare time. For my curriculum, I am taking all the advanced courses that are available to me.

Currently, I am serving my school as a Student Council class representative. I am in the BAIS varsity soccer team as well as the BAIS varsity basketball team.

My hopes in joining the IBIP program is so that I would be able to learn on how to solve real-life problems. I constantly hear talk of solving problems, building roads, helping people, etc. and since I wanted to actually get involved, I jumped at the opportunity to be in this IBIP team.

Our Business Partner: Rabiu Electrical Shop

Business Owner: Rabiu Hassan

 

Business Location: Birshi Village, Bauchi State Nigeria

 

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Our Challenges

To improve our community by introducing and maintaining power in homes, schools and businesses.

Business Partner Challenges

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To provide exceptional and affordable services in electrical wiring and related needs

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To train interested young people in the community in electrical wiring and its related jobs

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Our Solutions

Solution 1: Business Cards for Advertisement Issue

The purpose of the business card is to give two or three business cards to customers and encourage them to share it with their friends.

As the business cards are being shared around, the larger awareness of the business will hopefully encourage greater patronage.

Solution 2: Stickers for Advertising Issue

Should be put on wires in order to inform users on how to handle them without inciting dangerous to themselves and/or others.

Could also be used to put on bicycles or products that Mr. Rabiu sells in order to encourage patronage.

Mr. Rabius phone number and address will be on the stickers to act as further “advertisement”.