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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 1, January 2020 Edition

International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Evaluation Of The Entrepreneurial Student Program At Universitas Negeri Jakarta

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Henry Eryanto, Darma Rika Swaramarinda, Marsofiyati





The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of the implementation of the the Entrepreneurial Student Program and determine the extent of successfull of the program and analyze responses and feedback as well as constraints in the implementation of policies regarding the holding of the Entrepreneurial Student Program in UNJ. This study uses mix methods. The evaluation model used in this study is a CIPP model. The result are : In the sub focus background and the the Entrepreneurial Student Program, includes on it managers, lecturers, tutors and participants. Sub-program preparation for The Entrepreneurial Student Program consists of short-term programs, long-term, curriculum and training materials, technical and operational guidelines, HR, companion mentors, monitoring, secretariat, infrastructure and financing the budget. This program has not been used optimally. Socialization is made by mail to the faculties and social media. The preparation phase for providing supplies to students is about the basics of entrepreneurship, there are no participants following a program that actively internships in SMEs. Fostering, monitoring evaluation, participants are required to make a report that contained TOR of use of funds. This program follow-up programs experiencing capacity increase as much as 67.74%, while the the capability increased by 70.97%.



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