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Dwi
Prameswari
Languages: 
Indonesian
English
German
September, 1990
Bio: 
I was born and raised in Indonesia, and currently living in Denmark in order to pursue my education at the University of Copenhagen. As Indonesian who has grown up in the Javanese culture, I have learned how it is living for and with sharing. The society bonding, in fact, is quite significant among others. Also, the one year of experience in USA as an exchange student has shown me how the differences is not big a matter as long as we respect each other. Yet I realize that family could also be bound upon the absence of bloodlines. Taking these incentives into account, being open-minded and caring has become my principle of life, and by being open-minded and caring we could always find the holistic way into relationship, both friendship and family. In addition, I have also been so keen to meet new people and to experience something new. To me, being involve in new situation is equal with leaving the comfort zone, and leaving the comfort zone means learning something more. Therefore, I have been always looking for any chance to be caught by surprise with new experience(s).
Volunteering Experience: 
I have ever experienced several activities which based on the voluntarism, as defined below: My first experience of working voluntary was 2006 in my hometown, Sidoarjo, when the hot mud flow happened. I and some of student representatives went to the IDPs (Internally Displaced Persons) shelter to deliver the logistic, given by other students, and also to conduct a learn and play with kids program three times a week. It continued until I had to leave for USA on 2007. However, in Florence, SC, I had involved in the Relay for Life and Special Olympic programs, as well as conducting a portfolio presentation for Social Department in the Florence County to raise the funding support for the orphans. In the university, enrolled from 2009-2013, I experienced the eruption of Mt. Merapi (2010), and decided to stay in the province for couple months, while the university decided to close down the entire program. Then, I continued the activity with a mutual-learning program with kids surrounding the high-potential disaster area (near by River Code). As I moved to Jakarta in 2014 for a job in the ASEAN Secretariat, I joined the Jakarta Flood Relief movement and we did distribute foods and NFI (Non-Food Items) to the people who live close by the River Ciliwung. Last, but not least, I together with other Indonesian Presidential Scholarship fellows raised the crowd-funding to support people in the rural area, called Parung Panjang, Bogor, which have been facing lack access of public facilities and infrastructures. Nowadays, I am looking for any chance of both, volunteerism and internship in certain areas of disaster management, community development, and protections. However, I am also quite opened with any other possibility with above-mentioned relevance.
Education: 
Master Student
Occupation: 
Master Student
Other Skills: 
communication
managerial and organizing event/project
cooking
Dwi Prameswari
Copenhagen
Denmark
Languages:
Indonesian, English, German
September, 1990
Description
I was born and raised in Indonesia, and currently living in Denmark in order to pursue my education at the University of Copenhagen. As Indonesian who has grown up in the Javanese culture, I have learned how it is living for and with sharing. The society bonding, in fact, is quite significant among others. Also, the one year of experience in USA as an exchange student has shown me how the differences is not big a matter as long as we respect each other. Yet I realize that family could also be bound upon the absence of bloodlines. Taking these incentives into account, being open-minded and caring has become my principle of life, and by being open-minded and caring we could always find the holistic way into relationship, both friendship and family.

In addition, I have also been so keen to meet new people and to experience something new. To me, being involve in new situation is equal with leaving the comfort zone, and leaving the comfort zone means learning something more. Therefore, I have been always looking for any chance to be caught by surprise with new experience(s).

Volunteering Experience
I have ever experienced several activities which based on the voluntarism, as defined below:

My first experience of working voluntary was 2006 in my hometown, Sidoarjo, when the hot mud flow happened. I and some of student representatives went to the IDPs (Internally Displaced Persons) shelter to deliver the logistic, given by other students, and also to conduct a learn and play with kids program three times a week. It continued until I had to leave for USA on 2007.

However, in Florence, SC, I had involved in the Relay for Life and Special Olympic programs, as well as conducting a portfolio presentation for Social Department in the Florence County to raise the funding support for the orphans.

In the university, enrolled from 2009-2013, I experienced the eruption of Mt. Merapi (2010), and decided to stay in the province for couple months, while the university decided to close down the entire program. Then, I continued the activity with a mutual-learning program with kids surrounding the high-potential disaster area (near by River Code).

As I moved to Jakarta in 2014 for a job in the ASEAN Secretariat, I joined the Jakarta Flood Relief movement and we did distribute foods and NFI (Non-Food Items) to the people who live close by the River Ciliwung.

Last, but not least, I together with other Indonesian Presidential Scholarship fellows raised the crowd-funding to support people in the rural area, called Parung Panjang, Bogor, which have been facing lack access of public facilities and infrastructures.

Nowadays, I am looking for any chance of both, volunteerism and internship in certain areas of disaster management, community development, and protections. However, I am also quite opened with any other possibility with above-mentioned relevance.
Education
Master Student
Occupation
Master Student
Other Skills
communication, managerial and organizing event/project, cooking
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