The Bali Hotels Association (BHA)
is lending a hand to disabled children cared for by PUSPADI Bali
at the Annika Linden Center
in Batubulan, coaching them on how to approach the competitive search for employment and careers.
Vita Tampi of The Royal Beach Seminyak
Wayan Suwitra Of Hotel HARRIS Kuta Beach
conducted an informative session for PUSPADI Bali
on how to prepare a professional Curriculum Vitae
and present well at a job interview in conjunction as part of their Job Placement Program.
The Annika Linden Center
is a world-class facility for non-profit work and social entrepreneurship set on 3,300 square meters of land in Denpasar. Co-designed by an internationally recruited team and local non-profit leaders, the Center opened its doors in October 2012.
PUSPADI Bali (known as YAKKUM Bali until 2013)
provides advice and economic to physically challenged people in Bali, helping them to become more financially independent.
annual Job Placement Program is designed to help disabled men and women receive the proper training required to gain employment and lead independent lives. Bali Hotels Association (BHA)
provides volunteers on a quarterly basis to conduct training sessions and share valuable knowledge about the hospitality industry. Additionally, BHA
also instigates work experience opportunities in some of the hotel’s under its banner with the possibility of full time employment for successful participants.
“Bali Hotels Association has supported this program for the past 3 years and the results have been remarkable. It is heartening to see that so many men and women who have participated in this initiative are now able to live independently despite their physical limitations. These spirited individuals are hard workers and determined to succeed as productive member of society, which is truly inspiring,” comments Virginie Tutin Sandstrom, director in charge of Community Service for BHA
. “We hope that more establishments and corporations will support this amazing program and create further working opportunities for these wonderful people,” she adds.
Bali Hotels Association
is a professional group of star rated hotels and resorts in Bali. Members include general managers from more than 100 hotels and resorts representing over 15,000 hotel rooms and almost 30,000 employees in the tourism sector.
Shown on Balidiscovery.com
are a group of students at PUSPADI
- The Annika Linden Center
posing for a photo during a recent training visit by members of the Bali Hotel Association.
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