Generasi GIGIH is designed by Yayasan Anak Bangsa Bisa and GoTo as a solution for young tech talents of Indonesia to keep up with the fast-growing technology industry.

Through competency training and the right way of thinking, we aim to produce critical and gritty tech talent that are built to be resilient to challenges and increase their leverage in talent market competition.

This program is created to help accelerate digital transformation as well as make technology a carrier of positive change in Indonesia.

Generasi GIGIH, transcend the limitations to create an impact.


Latest and Complete Competencies
Complete technical and non-technical competency packages so that participants are ready-to-work to the latest industry needs.

Future-ready Curriculum
Fundamental technology curriculum to meet today's challenges and future technological developments.

Mindset Transformation
Socratic and flipped learning methods that train participants to have the right and critical mindset.

Work experience
The opportunity to experience the world of work through internships or work offers from industrial partners.


Learn technical competencies, soft skills, and English, created by industry experts.

Fullstack Engineering, Mobile Engineering (Android), and Data Analysis learning facilitated directly by Software Engineers and Data Heroes from GoTo and Industry partners

Opportunity to experience paid internships or work on capstone projects at industry partners to generate innovation.

Receive certification from Generasi GIGIH to maximize opportunities to work with industrial partners

Connect with Generation GIGIH Batch 1 and 2 alumni who are already working as digital talent in their dream company

Participated in a series of career readiness classes and activities and was involved in various career information events that were exclusively given to Generation GIGIH 3.0 participants.


  • SMK graduates who are looking for upskilling their skills to increase their employability
  • Final year university students and graduates from Tier 2 and Tier 3 universities in 38 provinces in Indonesia
  • Preferably with IT or relevant background (non-IT students need to have basic knowledge or experience relevant to the training)

In each cohort, it has become our mission to increase the percentage of female participants who aspire to enter and build their careers in the tech industry.



Generasi GIGIH 3.0 is now open!



22 May 2023



14 June 2023



23 June 2023



3 July - 1 December 2023


Mohammad Naufal
Generasi GIGIH 1.0 Alumni

Generasi GIGIH provides basic technological knowledge including the right way of thinking. Makes me more agile to adapt using various tools wherever I work in the future.

Maharani Inas
Generasi GIGIH 1.0 Alumni

Before joining the GIGIH Generation, I had no idea what my career path was like. But now, after following the path of the Generasi GIGIH Data Analyst track, I understand better what I need to learn and prepare for a career as a Data Analyst. What's more, I can even experience internship so I know better how work life is like.

Hendrik Lesmana
Generasi GIGIH 1.0 Alumni

Joining Generasi GIGIH gave me an idea of the technology found in the professional world. It makes me more confident to jump in as I am equipped with a growth mindset, hard skills, and relationships that I have here.

Nadya Fauziah
Generasi GIGIH 1.0 Alumni

Generasi GIGIH provide me an opportunity to learn more about data. Generasi GIGIH's vision was also aligned with my doubts at the time, which was the opportunity to have a career in data even though I am still new to data. The program taught me to have a growth mindset, and to think broadly. This is really helpful for me as a future data analyst to see data from a broad perspective.

Pascalis Reinard Rickyputra
Generasi GIGIH 2.0 Alumni

Just within 6 months, I was able to gain so much knowledge on the essential soft skills and hard skills. Joining Generasi GIGIH is one of my best life decisions because I am now confident to enter the tech industry as a future-ready tech talent.

Generasi GIGIH 2.0 Alumni

Generasi GIGIH was an opportunity for me to develop my soft and hard skills as a Data Analyst. Through its Internship program, I have learned to adapt into the industry and have earned many opportunities to manage projects that directly contribute to the company. I am so grateful to be part of Generasi GIGIH 2.0!

Edward Suryaputra
Generasi GIGIH 2.0 Alumni

Generasi GIGIH is like a fast-track for my career switch, as I was transitioning from being a researcher to an engineer. With its hands-on learning method, Generasi GIGIH provided beginners like me an opportunity to learn to code and apply it during an internship program, if we can perform well during our learning period. I was able to secure a part-time job at a reputable company at the end of my internship, and this is not possible without Generasi GIGIH to open the door to this possibility. Super amazing! I can not find other study programs as excellent and impactful as Generasi GIGIH!

Kori Isabella Hutabarat
Generasi GIGIH 2.0 Alumni

After joining Generasi GIGIH 2.0 program, I feel more confident as a future tech talent due to the significant increase of holistic knowledge the program offers - from tech skills, soft skills, to English language. I appreciate the mentors who share about their real experiences in the tech industry, which helped me to visualize what I need to prepare to be a future-ready tech talent, like building my portfolio. Really LOVE how everyone is so supportive and always willing to share their knowledge!

Gabril Hozanna
Generasi GIGIH 2.0 Alumni

On top of the foundational technical skills, the soft skills taught at Generasi GIGIH 2.0, such as time management, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills were the most impactful takeaways that could not be found at any other tech learning programs out there. After 2-months of being mentored and taught by inspiring supervisors, I was offered a full-time position as GOJEK’s Data Warehouse Engineer. I now work for my dream company and be a future-ready tech talent for Indonesia. It all paid off for me. No hard work goes in vain.

M Ilham Syahputra
Generasi GIGIH 2.0 Alumni

I experienced a fairly rapid improvement in SQL and Google Data Studio because the main task of the Internal data team at Pinhome is data visualization which used SQL and GDS. In this Internship program, while working on projects and finding obstacles, I was “forced” to find solutions to these obstacles. It’s very good at training critical thinking processes and problem solving.


Industry Partner

You are a corporate/startup that needs technology talent. Willing to provide 3 months internship experience to backend, frontend engineer or data analyst.

You are an individual who is passionate about sharing knowledge and mentoring thousands of young Indonesian tech talent.

If you want to contribute to the GIGIH Generation, only through the Mentor Fellowship

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GIGIH Generation 3.0 has two recruitment paths, private recruitment and public recruitment.

Private registration is a closed registration process where students register directly through certain universities that partner with Generasi GIGIH 3.0. Meanwhile, public recruitment is registration open to the public directly through Kalibrr. The opportunity remains the same for all, only the date is different.

Generasi GIGIH is free for all participants who pass the selection because the entire program is funded by the Yayasan Anak Bangsa Bisa and Kampus Merdeka. There are zero fees to be incurred by participants from registration stage until program completion. However, you must provide your own computer and internet connection because all activities will be held remotely.

Criteria to Join

Final year students (S1/D4: minimum semester 7, D3: Semester 5), fresh grad students, and recently graduated SMK students.

Because the learning process takes 12 hours per week, GIGIH Generation participants cannot work in any form (internship/contract/part-time/permanent) so that you can focus on the program.

You can't, because we will directly map the registrants based on the tracks that have been selected.

Generasi GIGIH can be followed by all parties from any major. Please take the registration test for this program to know your readiness to learn technology.

If you have a background in Computer Science and the like, you will be prioritized in the selection process.

Yes, you can. If you are a vocational high school graduate and have not yet enrolled in a university, or even a student in semesters 5-8, you can register to Generasi GIGIH

Because the learning process takes 12 hours per week, the GIGIH Generation participants cannot be in a state of running lecture classes that are still crowded so that you can focus on the program.

We open opportunities for anyone to be involved in the program. If you are a company/startup, please register as an industry partner, and if you are an individual, you can join as a contributor (mentor/instructor).

Interns must be assigned a project lasting 3 months. The internship project plan is written in the proposal and sent to YABB no later than 9 June 2023

Program Journey

There is an Onboarding stage to prepare you for the whole journey. The Learning Stage where you will learn in a virtual classroom. The final stage is where you practice the knowledge you gained through a capstone project or internship.

If you are officially a participant, you can follow the entire program from the beginning to the end, because there is no elimination.

If you resign in the middle of the program, your access to all learning materials in this program will be taken away and you will not get any certificates. In the future, you will not be prioritized in other YABB programs.

In the final stage, you will practice the knowledge you have gained for 3 months through 2 pathways:

Capstone project (a project you will work on using an industry-relevant case) or internship. Whatever path you take later, it will be counted into the converted 20 credits.

The process of determining this path will have an assessment later. Details will be announced during onboarding.

No. We will use an online platform so there is no need for certain specifications for the devices used for the learning process. Make sure there is an internet connection when doing the learning process.

During the Learning Stage, you will spend at least 12 hours per week following the class schedule on weekdays.

During the internship, you will work a full day at YABB's industrial partners following the specified working hours.

Therefore, this program is recommended for those of you who are not working professionally in other companies or active students who do not need to attend college classes (because they have converted 20 credits to this).

Virtual face-to-face classes on weekday afternoons. We avoid classes on weekends.

Of course! You will get paid during your internship. Details about the amount of salary will only be notified by industry partners.

No, YABB does not provide any salary during the learning stages.

You will work full time at YABB's industry partners under the supervision of a mentor from YABB. During the internship, you will be given a real project that you will work on as a team. You must present your project in a showcase which will be attended by YABB mentors and industry partners regularly. This showcase will be one of the parameters for your assessment of your graduation in the program, along with how well you applied what you learned in the program in your project.

You will get a program graduation certificate from Yayasan Anak Bangsa Bisa. The certificate will state the competencies you have received.

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