UNJ, UMS held Strategic Partnership for International Community Service - The Importance of Digital Portfolio


An online international community service webinar titled ‘The Importance of Digital Portfolio’ was delivered by lecturer and coordinator of D4 Digital Office Administration Study Program, Universitas Negeri Jakarta (UNJ), Dr. Christian Wiradendi Wolor, S.E., M.M., recently.

The international community service was joined by Datu Razali Datuk Datu Hj. Eranza, and Andy Lee Chen Hiung from Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS), to coordinate participants from UMS. Datu Razali and Andy Lee are lecturers at the Faculty of Business, Economics, and Accountancy (FBEA), UMS, as well as the coordinators for the international mobility program.

Dr. Christian shared his experience and knowledge about the meaning of a portfolio, functions, and benefits of the portfolio itself.

“Many things and abilities could be developed and shared in social media in a very advanced era where competition was ever increasing.

“There are various social media platforms that could store and share the results of achievements, experiences, interests, and expertise to multiple parties such as clients, potential employers, and collaborators.

“Furthermore, portfolio upgrade was a very important thing to do; I hope those who listened to the presentation of the material could pay more attention to themselves and evaluate their abilities, achievements, etc., that could be shared in the portfolio or CV,” he said.

Regarding Portfolio making itself, Dr. Christian showed the participants how to create a Portfolio and CV by utilizing applications that Canva and Google had provided.

In addition, he conveyed an understanding of social media that enabled users to see everything they wanted at universities or outside the nation.

“Users could see and find information about large companies through Google, and all were accessible through social media.

“Social media was the right bridge so that recruiters and job applicants could easily find information without meeting in person,” he added.

The presenter mentioned many applications he could use to share documentation and stories of his achievements on platforms such as LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and blogs.

He said the LinkedIn application influenced finding a job or looking for employees. Therefore, he strongly recommended sharing your background, education, employment, abilities, and desired positions on LinkedIn so that later recruiters could read in detail and understand what type of job position you want.

In this webinar, Dr. Christian advised the participants not to be left behind by the increasingly advanced times and equate solutions such as: Increasing the spirit of competition within oneself, Improve Soft Skills oneself, always taking up existing opportunities, always looking up for scholarship opportunities and internships at various organizations.

The session ended with his advice to the participants to expand their networks because it would help in facilitating every move in one’s career.

FBEA UMS expressed gratitude to Dr. Christian and UNJ Indonesia, for including staff and students from UMS to co-organize and participate in international community service. Both UNJ and UMS look forward to more collaborations soon.



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