Congratulations to Giasinta Livia as the winner of The Recruit 2017

 Welcome to Maverick!

ABOUT

The Recruit is a competition-based internship program.

Made for final-year and fresh graduate students.

There are three phases of the recruitment process with learning opportunities in every step.

ACTIVITIES

Open House

A session specially created for you to experience Maverick for a day! Various tips and tricks from guest speakers to improve student’s professional worth are also included!

Campus Visit

Maverick visits your campus to give you a hint of its challenging internship, The Recruit. We also provide insightful sharing session about the communications industry.

Coaching

Maverick will provide you with learning opportunity
in each phase to help you improve
your professional skills!

The Competition

1. Linkedin profile submission
2. Communications Proposal Development
3. Final Round at Maverick

PREVIOUS WORKS

Top 5 Entries 2016

Meet Your Winners! 

Last June, we held the finale of The Recruit 2016 at our office. Three finalists attended the finals as two others were unable to join due to personal reasons. Despite having only three finalists, this year proved to be yet another challenging year for us as all three finalists brought their A-game without hesitation in the finals. Read More

Top 5 Entries 2015

The final round of The Recruit 2015 is finally over. It was memorable to us because for the first time in The Recruit history, we crowned two outstanding young inpiduals as the winners. It wasn’t an easy call especially because all 5 finalists were impressive and managed to cause enough dilemma for our panel of judges in coming up with a decision. However, after a careful consideration, observing their performance in that one day they spent with us, plus taking into account who amongst the five would benefit the most from learning from and at Maverick; the judges agreed that Heru Cakra and Khalda Larasati are the ones who left the most impression. Read More

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