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Sabtu, 20 April 2013

My Leadership’s Story (Janu Muhammad)



          Peace for us. Hello, my name is Janu Muhammad. I am a native son of Sleman district, a district in Yogyakarta. I am currently 20 years old and a graduate student in the Department of Geography Education, Faculty of Social Sciences, State University of Yogyakarta. Every human born on this earth to be a leader, right ? For me, a leader is one who always in front, in the middle, or in the back. My journey was not separated from the figure of a leader. At the beginning of middle school, at SMP N 1 Sleman I was active in school organizations. I followed the Intra-School Students Organization (OSIS) and a staff art department. Since that time I started to grow leadership. In addition to the council, I also follow the Council raiser (SCOUT), which also aktive in the religious field. I became acquainted with the organization.
My journey continued in SMA N 2 Yogyakarta. In my favorite school, it is actually the gateway to my future. Many of lessons that I got to the school, including the leader of the future. I became active in the various schools of Islamic religious organizations, class representative assemblies, and youth academic groups. In fact, I believe the Chairman KHARISMA or Muslim student organizations as well as youth group leader scientifically "SMADA Science Club". Not only that, I also follow the organization outside the school, such as in FKAPMEPI located in the Ministry of Youth and Sports of Indonesia. In addition, I also attended a forum or forums FAROHIS among Muslim student organizations.





Leadership atmosphere began to be felt at the time. I learned a lot from older siblings or alumni of my high school class who have been successful. One of the inspiration I was Mr. Anies Baswedan, who do not know sir Anies? He is an alumnus of my school. I met him on the birthday of my school. Indeed, so inspire me at that time. Pak Anies was a hero to Indonesia, as my desire for beloved Indonesia. I was so inspirated of his life journey, ranging from Yogyakarta to Jakarta today. Things I learned from the struggle Mr. Anies are : the importance of writing and English language. To be a leader should be able to write and speak English. These two things are the most important for us to develop Indonesia. For now, I am active in the Community of Research and Social Empowerment, Faculty of Social Sciences, State University of Yogyakarta. I also participated actively in the organization of village youth as secretary. Busyness is my current organization, seeks to contribute to the best of Indonesian students. My experience of the last few months including a delegation Regional Youth Educator Training of Indonesia, National Youth Conference in Jakarta, and Indonesian Ambassador of Culture and Tourism in Bandung. The principle of my life is Life is struggle and give the best for Indonesia. My goal is to become a primary teacher and leader for Indonesia. Hopefully I learn more and more biased and provide the best work for the country. Definitely !

Written by :
Janu Muhammad
 Regards :)

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