Join our interest-based student clubs
and collaborate with your peers in creating
Join our interest-based student clubs and collaborate with your peers in creating impactful projects!
Join our interest-based student clubs
and collaborate with your peers in creating
Make a production house on investment-related content that reaches out to the teen audience of today and equips them with the understanding necessary to invest wisely
Our vision is to build in Indonesian teens’ understanding and wisdom of stock market. This would be achieved through:
By: Muhammad Khalif (G10, Binus School Simprug) / Ocean Widjaja (G10, Binus School Simprug) / Rafi Permadi (G10, Binus School Simprug) /Salvatore U. (G9, SMP Kanisius) / Shelby Setiadi (G11, Singapore International School Kelapa Gading)
A group of teens hoping to use their knowledge in programming to empower the world with technology. Our objective is to be able to shine light on the lives of disabled people and improve their lifestyle through innovation and technology.
By: Nobel S. (G8, National High Jakarta School) / Salvatore U. (G9, SMP Kanisius) / Jeremy A. Aaron G. (G10, SMA Kanisius)
Business Hour is a club consisting of individuals who wish to learn more about business and entrepreneurship. Our goal is to broaden our members’ knowledge about business as well as the current business-related events that are happening around us. We want to build a sizable club where our members can have fun with discussions and help each other learn.
By: Adi Winata S. (SPK Saint Peter’s School Jakarta) / Jeddi Ray N. (SMA Kanisius) / Dylan Burhan (G11, IPEKA Integrated Christian School) / Vincent O. (Bina Bangsa School)
Business Lab is a student-led platform that aims to share knowledge and insights about business-related topics.
During the pandemic we have seen a lot of MSMEs come and go, which spark concerns all over the world, especially in Indonesia.
We aspire to create impact in the business field through an open platform, where we share our knowledge about business and hopefully inspire you to start not just an innovative and creative business, but also long-lasting ones that can survive in the market. So welcome to the family and here’s to success!
By: Danendra Pangestu (G11, Kanisius High School) / Emily Bajuadji (G11, British School Jakarta) / Helena Tjahjadi (G10, Springfield)
Somnolence is a group that aspires to educate and communicate science in an easy way. We aim to become an organization known for helping people understand the importance of sleep. We are seeking to do this through different forms, such as spreading scientifically proven information on Instagram and helping people live a healthier lifestyle through tips and applications. Currently, we are planning to have a talk in April. Although we are mainly focusing on sleep science right now, we hope to branch out to different topics in the future.
By: Ariel (IPEKA Integrated Christian School) / Ashley (IPEKA Integrated Christian School) / Michelle Liang (G10, Primacy Collegiate Academy Taipei)
We are a group of high school students who are highly concerned with the accessibility of English education for underprivileged classes.
We aim to promote English education to underprivileged youth aged 12 and below by hosting classes in writing, listening and speaking to children of less privileged backgrounds, as well as provide learning platforms by the use of social media.
By doing so, we hope to ensure those who are less fortunate are not disadvantaged by their background, and share our knowledge with others.
By: Rachinta Marpaung (G11, British School Muscat) / Rashika Marpaung (G11, British School Muscat) / Michelle Liang (G10, Primacy Collegiate Academy Taipei) / Kareem N (G11, Global Sevilla Pulo Mas) / Danendra Pangestu (G11, SMA Kanisius)
We are a group of high school students who aim to create a device that would easily attach to a chair that would prevent backache while sitting down. Through its detachable design, this device will promote good posture and enable individuals of all ages to feel comfortable doing their daily tasks, be it working in the office or gaming.
By: Rachinta Marpaung (G11, British School Muscat) / Kareem N (G11, Global Sevilla Pulo Mas) / Dylan Burhan (G11, IPEKA Integrated Christian School)
Our vision is to promote unique and fashionable goods to be trendy, in order to boost local craftwork that showcases the importance of sustainable living. Every quarter, we will introduce a theme to promote by selling the goods/artwork sources locally.
These goods will be sold through Instagram and all profits will be retained at our club for future promotion/marketing efforts (e.g. paying influencers to wear items and promote the craft).
Our first theme will be sustainable bags created using coffee packaging or plastic shampoo packages.
By: Rachinta Marpaung (G11, British School Muscat) / Jeddi Ray N. (SMA Kanisius) / Adi Winata S. (G11, SPK Saint Peter’s School Jakarta) / Michelle Liang (G10, Primacy Collegiate Academy Taipei)
Our group consists of two mathematical students with similar interests in applied mathematics, specifically actuarial science. We work as a team to conduct research as we process raw data to assist the health insurance industry with valuable information as we assess coronary heart disease risk. Our mission is to create a research article guided by the predictive mathematical model that we will obtain by analysing our processed data.
By: Timothy P. (G11, Binus School Simprug) / Farrell (G10, British School Jakarta)
PawsQ is a youth-led non-profit organization that aims to help provide better living conditions for stray animals by raising money and spreading awareness.
We envision a future where animals can live at peace among humans. A future where people not only value the wellbeing of stray animals in their community, but also care enough to lend a helping hand, therefore together creating a society ready to serve as a home for these neglected animals.
Our mission is to raise awareness and provide better living conditions for stray animals in our community and beyond through education and promotion of animal welfare.
By: Helena Tjahjadi (G10, Springfield) / Margaret Rusli (G10, Sekolah Pelita Harapan) / Esther Christy (G11, Springfield)
We are a group of students who aim to create an app that will act as a platform for students, where they can ask and answer each other questions, provide links/ books and overall act as a forum where ideas and help can be exchanged. We hope to be able to provide a channel for students to connect with others who share similar interests and reach out to others in the long run.
By: Timothy P. (G11, Binus School Simprug) / Vincent O. (Bina Bangsa School) / Rashika Marpaung (G11, British School Muscat)
Environmend is a youth-led organisation that aims to raise awareness of environmental issues through social media. We plan to partner with organisations that provide a solution to environmental issues and spark change. Our social media revolves around sharing recent information and news globally and locally. We hope and welcome everyone will be able to get involved with Environmend.
By: Shelby Setiadi (G11, Singapore International School KG) / Rashika M. (G11, British School Muscat) / Kareem Natanegara (G11, Global Sevilla Pulo Mas) / Karen (G11, Anglo Chinese School Jakarta)
We are a team of students who aim to create a platform to help young photographers build their portfolios whilst also helping home businesses. Flashspree’s application allows the booking of photoshoots with a suitable photographer in a chosen location, and markets it through advertising.
We envision a world where photoshoots are available at the tap of a button, where student photographers can build their portfolios without the hassle of manually finding clients.
Our mission is to develop an app easily used by both photographers and home business owners, and market the app to gain a large user base.
By: Karen (G11, Anglo Chinese School Jakarta) / Farrell (G10, British School Jakarta) / Rachelle (G12, Bina Bangsa School Kebon Jeruk) / Jeremy A. Aaron G. (G10, SMA Kanisius)