News & Highlights, News UpdatesStandard Chartered for Indonesian Heritage: Teaching Skills for 60 Underprivileged KidsPosted on July 19, 2011 CEO Standard Chartered Bank Indonesia Tom Aaker and Founder/CEO YCAB Foundation Veronica Colondam in Textile Museum Jakarta, Indonesia on Jul 19, 2011. The program invites 60 students of YCAB to learn “Batik” and “Gerabah” as two of Indonesian heritage. It was held as a part to commemorate National Children Day. CEO Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) Indonesia Tom Aaker monitors the process of “Batik painting” by YCAB students and some of SCB employees. This program is a part of SCB commitment “Here for Good” as their long term mission to give positive contribution for quality improvement of Indonesian community. CEO Standard Chartered Bank Indonesia Tom Aaker, CEO YCAB Foundation Veronica Colondam, YCAB students, and 60 SCB employees who are volunteering for the program, are taking picture in front of the Textile Museum prior starting the learning sessions for “Batik” and “Gerabah” (handy-craft made from clay). CEO of Standard Chartered Bank Indonesia Tom Aaker with one school dropout who showcased his work of handmade pottery he just did on the Bank’s social activities welcoming the National Children’s Day.