Sulawesi Selatan


 

Some may say Sulawesi Selatan is an unusual destination for an AIYA Chapter but since its establishment in 2017 AIYA SulSel has gone from strength to strength. The Chapter was created thanks to the 2016-17 cohort of the Australia-Indonesia Youth Exchange Program (AIYEP) and was proudly supported by the Australian Consulate General, Makassar. You can follow events and updates from the Chapter on social media:

contact us

sulsel@aiya.org.au

Committee Members

Vita is currently taking a role as AIYA Sulawesi Selatan Chapter President and has been involved in the chapter since 2017 as Professional Program Officer. She is currently working at Indonesia Australia Language Foundation (IALF). She has been working closely with Australian Education Providers which make her keen on supporting the Australia-Indonesia relationship. She loves to learn about cultural diversity in Indonesia, particularly its local language.

Vita Kanisha

Chapter President

Zas is a psychology student at Universitas Negeri Makassar. In her daily life, Zas spends her time actively involved in a social activity and humanitarian, such as being one of mentor for children who live in small alley called Perpustakaan Lorong also participating in some organization as companion of children with special needs. By joining AIYA, she believes that AIYA is a right place to learn, self-development and build new connection with Australian fellows.

Zalsabila Hasianka

Vice President

Muh. Khaeran Ali has completed his undergraduate study at Hasanuddin University majoring in Geophysics three years ago. During his study and a couple of years after completing it, he actively gets involved in teaching courses and volunteering as a teacher in his former high school. Being passionate about teaching, in 2013 he and two of his friends initiate to form a student scientific organization with a purpose to be a place where students can improve their skills and be more active in their study, and become the advisory member of the organization since then. Currently, he is accepted as an awardee of Indonesian scholarship and going to pursue his master’s degree majoring in Geoscience next year. In addition, He has a willingness to keep motivate people, especially people around him, to keep pursuing their studies because he believes that everyone has a right to achieving their rightful knowledge.

Muh Khaeran

Secretary/Treasurer

After graduating from vocational Telkom High School, now Syahman passionately continues his education at Telkom University majoring in accounting information systems. Besides typically studying in the world of instructive lectures, he is actively involved in various organizations and participates in volunteer activities engaged in extensive education and social affairs. His unquenchable thirst for a dedicated lot of experience led him to enroll in AIYA, and he fondly believes that by joining this non-government organization he can broaden his friendship and deepen his horizons on global issues including bilateral relations between Indonesia-Australia.

Muh Nurman

Communications Officer

Jess obtained her bachelor degree at Universitas Surabaya and is now working as an English teacher to young students. Her passion for teaching has led her to volunteer in several educational-related activities. In her spare time, you will find her learning a foreign language or simply reading a book. She hopes that her involvement in AIYA will provide her a great opportunity to interact with inspiring youths of both countries.

Jesi Patricia

Events Officer

Kumara is an alumnus of English Departement foucused in Linguistics of Hasanuddin University. He has finished his bachelor’s degree in 2017. His passion about Linguistics and English drives him to be an English Teacher in EF English Fisrt Makassar since he graduated. He is also currently working as Translator in CENTRIO, a Translation Company based in Hasanuddin University. Apart from his jobs, he voluntarily participates in several humanitarian and social communities, such as, Literacy Movement, Disability Empowerment, Refugees’ Protectorship, and etc. Besides his professional and vounteering career, He is highly interested in Football and any other outdoor sports. His greatest hope by taking part in AIYA Eastern Indoensia is to maintain and strenghten the diplomatic relations between Australia-Indonesia through their youth with various possitive and productive activities. Furthermore, he would like to learn all about Australia from this youth association especially the culture and geography.

Andi Mustika Azima

Events Officer

Akbar is a pharmacy student at Universitas Hasanuddin. Going overseas is his childhood dream. He thinks that the different culture and environment between the countries is interesting to learn. Although his dream has not materialized yet, he is trying to learn it in a different way. By joining AIYA, he believes that he can learn about Australian culture and he hopes he can contribute to the development of youth association between both countries.

Akbar Karim

Events Officer

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