Mediano/largo plazo
DJMTV – 2016 INDONESIA Java, Sumatra, Sulawesi and Bali EDU/YOUTH 01/07/2020 01/04/2021

Background: The Ministry of Transportation, formerly Department of Transportation or Departemen
Perhubungan, is a government ministry responsible for the governance and regulation of transport in Indonesia.
The ministry has more than 20 official colleges (high schools, academies) majoring on Land Transportation, Sea
Transportation and Civil Aviation Transportation spread throughout Indonesia. The Ministry of
Transportation is somewhat aggressive in improving the quality of academies. Through the Transportation Human
Resources Development Agency (BPSDM), the ministry of transportation supports colleges’ quality. One of the
Ministry of Transportation's concrete actions is through improving data, services, skills of the students in the
colleges and training institution. This is in accordance with the direction of the Minister of Transportation, Mr. Budi
Karya Sumardi, who wants all schools under the auspices of the BPSDM to become a world-class university, so that
alumni can be more aligned and compete in the international market. In order to reach the goal, the colleges are
encouraged to collaborate with organization which has international networks, such as Dejavato.
Dejavato has been cooperating with some colleges under auspices of BPSDM since 2017, and placed the
International volunteers in some schools. Dejavato also sent their several students (called cadets) to volunteering
abroad. Seeing the tremendous progress and mutual benefit from both hosting / sending program among the
colleges as well asto continue this partnership.
Work: The role of the volunteer will be assisting local lecturer in holding English subject as foreign language.
Moreover, the presence of volunteers could give them motivation in practicing their foreign language knowledge.
Intercultural learning in the form of dialogue, music and games could give the student better understanding to
learn about another culture from other country.
Study Theme: The volunteers will be introduced to the Indonesian culture and customs in general, with a special
focus on the local particularities. Some cultural visits are also foreseen.
Leisure Time: During free time, the volunteers will have the chance to visit tourism places nearby project sites.
Accommodation: The accommodation and food will be provided by host project and the volunteer will stay at
dormitory. Facilities are simple and Indonesian style (no hot water, no washing machine).
Location: Java, Sumatra, Sulawesi and Bali
Terminal of arrival: Semarang Airport, railway station (Volunteer is NOT ALLOWED to buy flight ticket before
getting the visa and get confirmation from the host organization)
Special Requirements: No piercing on face, no visible tattoo, common hair style (no colorful, dreadlock). The
volunteer should love to work with adult open minded, be mature, respectful of local customs, tolerant, creative,
flexible and sign the agreement. Never found guilty in a criminal case in home country or in another country. Pay
extra fee partially for every visa extension at local immigration office if stay offer 8 weeks. Intake condition and
restriction: No intake on Fridays and during Ramadhan; arrival should be on MONDAY; no pick up during weekend;
pick-up between 08.00 AM to 09.00 PM, no pick up after 09.00 PM. Volunteer should hold Visa (Social Visit Visa
type 211) before entering Indonesia.
Participant Fee: 320 € or IDR 5.440.000/month (additional cost per week 70 Euro/week/person or IDR 1.190.000)