JNE is committed to continuing to provide the best service to the broader community in order to form an ecosystem that can generate benefits and long-term collaboration. JNE is grateful that, at its 32 years, it is still able to share the joy with loyal customers and the people of Indonesia, particularly during the current pandemic.
Beginning with the JNE tagline, "Connecting Happiness," the spirit of bringing happiness, among other things, is by providing scholarship donations for SMK Bakti Karya (SBK) Parigi Pangandaran some time ago. This is an educational foundation that provides full scholarships to students from all over the archipelago who come from diverse cultural backgrounds and represent Indonesia's Bhineka Tunggal Ika.
The gathering event was held at the JNE office Ballroom Jl. Tomang Raya 11. Capital Operations Division Head. Also present were Maman Suherman a literacy activist who always upholds tolerance and diversity in Indonesia by providing a lot of inspiration and motivation for all students who attended.
M. Feriadi Soeprapto as President Director of JNE, said, "In running a business, JNE's steps will continue to provide happiness for the community in various aspects of life by the spirit of Connecting Happiness. JNE will be committed to continuing to provide the widest and greatest possible benefits to all Indonesian people. One of them is to facilitate teaching and learning activities with the uniqueness and peculiarities of SMK Bakti Karya Parigi Pangandaran students who come from various ethnic groups and regions of Indonesia, from Sabang to Merauke.”
Ai Nurhidayat as the founder of SMK Bakti Karya (SBK) Parigi Pangandaran which was established in 2016 said, "This year, students of SMK Bakti Karya are entering the 7th batch of multicultural classes from 7 cities, namely Jayapura, Sorong, Ambon, Kupang, Ujungpandang. , Palembang and Pekanbaru. SBK is a multicultural school that opens scholarships for students who want to study at this school.
By organizing this program, Ai hopes to find contextual learning patterns and appreciate the cultural characteristics inherent in each student from various ethnic groups. Here, everyone is not just looking for knowledge or grades, this school is not a place to earn a living, more than that, we find happiness here. The need that we seek most is a sense of peace, to live in harmony and harmony with the living space. We found it here," said Ai.
Maman Suherman as a literacy activist with his familiar greeting Kang Maman gave the minutes of this gathering by conveying various inspirations, "Many stories among which are often sent textbooks or spiritual books from various ethnic groups in Indonesia to share with different ethnicities and religions. That is Indonesia the Bhineka Tunggal Ika is very extraordinary, it is different that we are one with this diversity and not Bhineka, then not Indonesia”.
In all activities, each individual must demonstrate empathy, how to care for others, and support others in need, as JNE did for SMK Bakti Karya Parigi. And empathy is more than just sympathizing with others and their feelings. He concluded that Empathy is the four syllables behind it, and JNE can last for 32 years because of its steadfast friendship, sharing, giving, and support.