Daftar Program Mentorship Indo2SV ’15!

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After a successful mentorship program last year that brought three Indonesian students to intern as a software engineer at top Silicon Valley companies, Indo2SV (indo2sv.com) is excited to open registration for its new batch of mentees!

For free, Indo2SV provides 3-month project-oriented mentorship that encompasses everything you need to know in order to secure an internship at top technology companies in Silicon Valley. Regardless of your current major, as long as you are Indonesian, a university student, and willing to work hard for it; you are welcome to apply!

Indo2SV was born out of its founders’ observation that very few Indonesians who study outside the US work in Silicon Valley. The prospect of applying, interviewing and eventually interning or working at companies like Facebook, Twitter, Google, or LinkedIn seems extremely overwhelming and impenetrable for a lot of students. One might read sample interview questions and get intimidated, or one might just not know where to start. But Indo2SV believes that other highly-motivated students with the right encouragement and mentorship can also make it in Silicon Valley.

The home of many technology companies and a center of innovation, Silicon Valley is truly like no other place in the world – to read more about working here, read:

To read more about Indo2SV’s program last year, read this story from Rakina, one of its mentees who’s currently interning at Square.

This effort is well-aligned with Indonesia Mengglobal’s vision: to bring Indonesian people to the global stage, either through study or work. Like us, they are also providing mentorship for free and will truly give tangible impacts to the mentees. We are really excited for this partnership, and we are always open to support other organizations that add tremendous value in bringing Indonesian people to the global stage.

To apply, click here: http://indo2sv.com/

We look forward to working with you and welcoming you in Silicon Valley!

  • Abdul Rauf

    how about the financial personal cost ? is it fully funded ? :)