Alumni Gathering and Sharing Career with PERURI
10 Nov 2020

Alumni Gathering & Career Sharing with PERURI

Bandung, Telkom University – Telkom University as No.1 Private University in Indonesia continues to actively contribute to developing the country. This is reflected in the graduates that enlisted in State-Owned Enterprises (BUMN), such as PERURI.

The Directorate of Career Development, Alumni, and Endowment (Dir. CAE) Telkom University organized an Alumni Gathering & Sharing Career with PERURI entitled “Cultivating Digital Transformation with Millennials”.

This event was held online through the ZOOM Meeting and broadcast live on the YouTube channel Tel-U CAE on Friday (6/11). This event was attended by Prof. Dr. Adiwijaya as Rector of Telkom University; AT Hanuranto as Director of Career Development, Alumni, and Endowment of Telkom University; Dwina Septiani as President Director of PERURI, and Gandung Anggoro as Director of PERURI Human & General Resources. Also attending Dr. Dida Diah Damajanti as Vice-Rector for Admissions, Student and Alumni Affairs, Dr. Ir. Rina Pudji Astuti is Vice-Rector for Research, Innovation and Cooperation, and Ahmad Nugraha as President of FAST.

Prof. Dr. Adiwijaya as the Rector of Telkom University said that this event was a manifestation of friendship that would provide inspiration and benefits for progress not only for Telkom University and PERURI but also for the development of Indonesia.

“Telkom University has great alumni, one of which is in PERURI. Because of the services of all colleagues, Telkom University continues to develop even better and continues to contribute to Indonesia along with several changes that occur. We are sure that the changes will happen, and not the strong ones who will be able to withstand these changes, but people who can adapt, ” He said.

Dwina Septiani as President Director of PERURI added that this applies not only to individuals but also to any institution and corporation. Today we are faced with change that is full of uncertainty. In these difficult times, we are required to explore the existing potential.

“One of the most difficult institutions to stay relevant during digital disruption is a money printing company. This is a challenge for us to be adaptive, one way is to understand what we have, what strengths we have, and use it to provide solutions. Don’t stop learning new things because it will keep us growing. ” She said.

Dwina also explained that the current pandemic is the biggest digital transformation that provides positive momentum for all of us. This situation requires us to become talents following our future needs.

The event continued with careers sharing with Telkom University alumni in PERURI, namely Farah Fitria as the Head of PERURI Digital Business, an alumnus of Informatics Engineering 1992, and Fitri Febriana as Product Service Delivery PERURI, an alumnus of Information Systems 2013.

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