Jurnal Pemberdayaan Masyarakat Madani (JPMM) http://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/jpm <p style="text-align: justify;">Jurnal Pemberdayaan Masyarakat Madani (JPMM), E-ISSN: 2580-4332 is published by Faculty of Economics, Universitas Negeri Jakarta, Kampus A, Jl. Rawamangun Muka, Jakarta Timur 13220, Telepon (021) 4721227, Fax (021) 4706285 Indonesia. It contains articles repoart related to the application of science communication technology, education, entrepreneurship, business, culture and arts in empowering the community.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">Jurnal Pemberdayaan Masyarakatat Madani (JPMM)&nbsp;is issued two times annually, i.e. July and December. The number of articles is 20 articles per year. Every article that is sent to the Editor, will be reviewed and scrutinized by the editorial board for eligibility or publication without diminishing the substance of the article. Hopefully this paper can provide valuable contribution to the development of economic and business education in Indonesia and also internationally.</p> Fakultas Ekonomi Universitas Negeri Jakarta en-US Jurnal Pemberdayaan Masyarakat Madani (JPMM) 2580-4332 <div class="item copyright"><a href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/" rel="license"><img src="http://i.creativecommons.org/l/by-nc-sa/4.0/88x31.png" alt="Creative Commons License"></a> <p>This work is licensed under a <a href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/" rel="license">Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License</a>.</p> </div> Training for Research and Article Writing http://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/jpm/article/view/23085 <p>Research is one of the tri dharma tasks carried out by a lecturer and student. Lack of knowledge of lecturers and students in basic research skills will hinder competence in creating quality research in the development of science and have an impact on the lack of scientific publications. Therefore, seeing that there is still little research being held, this PKM activity aims to improve the ability of partners in terms of skills in conducting research and writing articles through training that discusses 5 main topics, namely Access to International Journals, Paraphrasing, Referencing Manager Software with Mendeley, Turnitin, and Microsoft Word Advance. The implementation of this PKM activity is carried out in 4 stages: 1. Identification and determination of target participants, identification of needs, implementation of training and evaluation of activities. This training was attended by 168 participants from 4 partner campuses, namely Buana Perjuangan University, Trisakti School of Management, Mpu Tantular University, and Semarang State University. Many participants were enthusiastic about the material presented, as seen by the many questions and answers with participants during the training discussion session. It is hoped that this training can improve the abilities of the participants and the number of researches.</p> Siti Fatimah Zahra Copyright (c) 2022 Siti Fatimah Zahra 2022-06-29 2022-06-29 6 1 1 13 10.21009/JPMM.006.1.01 Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) Rebranding http://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/jpm/article/view/22080 <p>Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) have great potential to drive the country's economy, especially in developing countries like Indonesia.&nbsp; However, many views often reveal that MSMEs have low competitiveness. So, they are not considered a sustainable business and are not managed professionally, both in finance, marketing, and human resources. Therefore, currently, MSMEs are labeled as difficult to develop.</p> <p>This community service aims to change the paradigm of MSMEs through small steps to rebrand our MSME Partners. This activity is performed by providing assistance to the MSME participants that are related to 3 essential aspects: finance, marketing, and human resources. The assistance method in this program is carried out in some steps. The first step is carrying out observation since the location survey was carried out. Then, the implementation is carried out in these methods: lectures of theoretical presentations, assignments, practice trials, and finally, the designing of the rebranding model. With this program, the partners are expected to be able to improve and become MSMEs that are more competitive. They must have a positive image, so they can viewed as a professional business unit and generate significant profits.</p> Dienni Ruhjatini Sholihah Alnisa Min Fadlillah Mira Rahmi Copyright (c) 2022 Dienni Ruhjatini Sholihah, Alnisa Min Fadlillah, Mira Rahmi 2022-06-29 2022-06-29 6 1 14 30 10.21009/JPMM.006.1.02 Accompaniment in Managing Tofu Waste into Nuggets as an Efforts to Increase Income http://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/jpm/article/view/22575 <p>Tofu SMEs located in Pomahan Village, Pulung District, Ponorogo are extraordinary assets that need to be developed. In the production process, it produces tofu dregs. This tofu dregs waste has not been used properly. In fact, if used properly, this tofu dregs can increase income as well as open up new fields for those who want to be entrepreneurs. In this service, the researcher offers an innovation from tofu dregs waste into nuggets. The Nugget innovations offered are not only made from tofu dregs, but also with a mixture of Moringa leaves, purslane leaves, carrots and eggs which are rich in vitamins and protein. The approach taken is the Asset Based Community-Driven Development (ABCD) approach by exploring several assets owned by the Pomahan Village community. This service assistance is carried out starting from the process of observing tofu production, utilizing tofu dregs, the nugget production process, packaging to marketing. The purpose of this assistance is proper waste management so that it can increase revenue through product innovation accompanied by the development of marketing strategies. If the innovation is applied, it can create the creative and innovative power of SMEs owners and the younger generation to become productive, innovative and environmental-loving Human Resources because they are able to optimally utilize Natural Resources on the basis of independence in order to create income and increase income.</p> Hesti Novitasari Andhita Risko Faristiana Copyright (c) 2022 Hesti Novitasari, Andhita Risko Faristiana 2022-06-29 2022-06-29 6 1 31 55 10.21009/JPMM.006.1.03 Training of Basic Skills of Writing Scientific Using Mendeley Software and Pharaprase Techniques http://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/jpm/article/view/22384 <p>Community Service is a form of response from a lecturer to Contribute to Improving the quality of the community. Community services be wrong one obligation a lecturer that Stated of deep Tri Dharma College Tall. Lecturer Required can Increase quality self and customize with development science knowledge. Activities community services be container Distribution science knowledge. Lecturer transfers knowledge that is Owned through Activities that are Compiled automatically methodical. Harapanya with the existence of Activities that are already Structured with good Expected transfer of science knowledge get executed automatically optimally. Community services that already Implemented be enter Into Devotion regkognisi. Community services this Implemented at the University Halu Oleo, STIE Pertiwi, and STIAB Lampung which already have Collaborate with Faculty Economics State University of Jakarta. Community services that Themed regkognisi be wrong one proof that there is Follow further from collaborated that already Done. As for the Activities that are Done be given Training Form Skills Use software mandelay and Engineering phrase with method Talk, practice and ask and answer. The aforementioned training Expected will be able to Increase the quality or ability of lecturer deep write scientific work.</p> Aditya Pratama Christian Wiradendi Wolor Copyright (c) 2022 Aditya Pratama, Christian Wiradendi Wolor 2022-06-29 2022-06-29 6 1 56 71 10.21009/JPMM.006.1.04 Technical Guidance for Making Budget Plans in Kedungrejo Village, Rembang Regency http://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/jpm/article/view/22994 <p>In building a village infrastructure, it is necessary to calculate the costs contained in the Budget Plan (RAB) according to the standards set by the government. The RAB provides an overview of the costs required to construct a structure or building. In addition, from the calculation of the RAB, it can also be seen that the building material requirements, manpower, and the schedule needed to complete the project. The purpose of this technical guidance is to increase the role and understanding of village officers and youth organizations in making RAB. Technical guidance is carried out by providing explanations and technical assistance directly to partners in making the RAB for the physical infrastructure project for the concrete pavement access to the mosque. The results of the technical guidance showed that there was an increase in the understanding of partners in making RAB by 70%. In addition, 50% of partners believe that they can independently make RAB for a similar project. Armed with this understanding, it is hoped that in the future partners can play a greater role in the village's physical development process starting at the planning, construction, and supervision stages of the project.</p> Hendra Masvika Hani Purwanti Copyright (c) 2022 Hendra Masvika, Hani Purwanti 2022-06-29 2022-06-29 6 1 72 94 10.21009/JPMM.006.1.05 Innovation Business of Unique Wall Clock as an Effort for Utilizing Cardboard Waste http://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/jpm/article/view/22675 <p>One of the innovations that can be developed to ‎manage cardboard waste into objects of economic value is to make handicrafts in ‎the form of wall clocks made from cardboard waste. The purpose of this research is to reduce cardboard waste innovatively so that it has a high selling value. In this activity, the method used is a situation survey and ‎the process of making unique wall clocks from collecting cardboard waste to the ‎formation of the final product. This product produces quite promising profits. The sales observation process is carried out for ‎two periods with a cycle per year, sales results are observed based on the cash ‎flow statement, balance sheet, and income statement. Observations show that ‎sales generate increased profits from year to year. This product has a high enough business ‎feasibility to increase people's income. In addition, this product is expected to be ‎able to benefit the environment and society so that environmental pollution can ‎be reduced. However, there is a threat caused by the development of time other ‎innovations from the same raw materials emerge and the trend of wall clocks that ‎are increasingly developing every time can also slow down the development of ‎this business.</p> Vina Serevina Khoiriyyah Ana Mulyaningrum Dea Amelia Copyright (c) 2022 Vina Serevina, Khoiriyyah Ana Mulyaningrum, Dea Amelia 2022-06-29 2022-06-29 6 1 95 107 10.21009/JPMM.006.1.06 Mitigation Training in Preparation of Face-to-face Learning in Schools under Health Reviews during Pandemic http://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/jpm/article/view/23419 <p>The Covid-19 pandemic has hit the whole world, including Indonesia. This pandemic has greatly impacted all sectors, including education. Online learning process has many obstacles and brings serious impacts. As a result, the policy of implementing face-to-face learning during pandemic was issued. Mitigation training is very important. This training attempts to discuss face-to-face learning at schools and obtain representative opinions regarding the preparation and consideration based on health reviews in relevant with the latest research and recommendations. This online training was held with the participants involving teachers and parents (n=219) from Elementary and Junior High School of Al-azhar SummareconSerpong, and has been shared on YouTube platform. Several opinions were obtained from parents who disagree with face-to-face learning’s idea. It also increased the knowledge regarding mitigation of face-to-face learning at schools. The education aspect is indeed something that must become a priority, but without compromising the student’s health aspect.</p> Endin Nokik Stujanna Copyright (c) 2022 Endin Nokik Stujanna 2022-07-01 2022-07-01 6 1 108 121 10.21009/JPMM.006.1.07 Education Pillar as a Community-Based Prevention Stunting During Covid-19 Pandemic http://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/jpm/article/view/23192 <p>The high prevalence of stunting and poor environmental health conditions at Bengkulu and Kupang City, baseline the need for assistance to families to provide education on Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS). Through the implementation of the CLTS module science and technology, the purpose is to foster and empower CLTS cadre groups as family companions to educate about the 5 pillars of CLTS by increasing family knowledge, attitudes, and actions in preventing and overcoming stunting. The target audience is 40 families in Bengkulu and 40 families in Kupang City. Community Service activities were preceded by socialization with local governments and health workers, followed by training and coaching of cadres, and family assistance activities, by providing CLTS sanitation education for 4 months through home visits, assessed once a month. The results show that cadre training is effective in increasing the knowledge and attitudes of cadres. Family assistance activities are effective in increasing family knowledge, attitudes, and actions about CLTS in stunting prevention. Environmental health officers together with cadres need to improve programmed triggering activities, monitoring, and evaluation, as well as assistance for the community and local government advocacy to support the success of the CLTS implementation.</p> Demsa Simbolon Yusmidiarti Ina Debora Ratu Ludji Copyright (c) 2022 Demsa Simbolon, Yusmidiarti, Ina Debora Ratu Ludji 2022-07-01 2022-07-01 6 1 122 133 10.21009/JPMM.006.1.08 Design and Development of Web-based Commerce for SMEs in East Jakarta http://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/jpm/article/view/23043 <p>This activity is a “Design and Development of a Web-Commerce-based Strategy for Promotion of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises for SMEs in the East Jakarta Region.” This is motivated by various obstacles experienced by SMEs when they are not sufficiently competitive with competitors in the market. The disruptive era has driven changes in various aspects of life, including market behavior. It is undeniable that business digitization plays a very important role in business activities. For this reason, this program aims to make SMEs especially those in the East Jakarta area able to be competitive through the designed Web-Commerce, which is named lapaksenggol.com. The lapaksenggol.com web-commerce is a promotional media that can be used optimally by SMEs in the East Jakarta area to make it easier to expand market share and get closer to consumers. In addition, in the long term, the existence of lapaksenggol.com Web-Commerce will increase consumer awareness of the existence of SMEs, build networking with other business units, and increase market confidence in SMEs. As a result of the collaboration with the East Jakarta Regional Cooperative, SMEs and Trade Sub-Department, the soft launching of the lapaksenggol.com web-commerce was carried out on June 22, 2021, and the socialization of lapaksenggol.com to SMEs in East Jakarta on August 19, 2021.</p> Dedi Purwana E. S. Terrylina Arvinta Monoarfa Ika Febrilia Copyright (c) 2022 Dedi Purwana E. S., Terrylina Arvinta Monoarfa, Ika Febrilia 2022-07-01 2022-07-01 6 1 134 150 10.21009/JPMM.006.1.09 The Role of Psychoeducation in Raising Awareness About Gifted Children Towards Teachers http://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/jpm/article/view/23312 <p>Certain phenomena have been found within our target for Community Service activity of the Faculty of Psychology Education, the State University of Jakarta, which is taking place at SMPN 139, Jakarta. The issue that arose from the target school is despite being an inclusive school, the understanding among the teachers still lacks regarding particular special needs of students. The stigma said that Gifted children were considered an advantage; they thought Gifted children didn't need special treatment and managing adaptable programs to facilitate Gifted children. In fact, special need children even Gifted one still need to optimize their capacities with the proper program that could be managed by the school. In an effort to increase this awareness, teachers will be involved this community service, which includes several activities. Our program mainly focused on Psychoeducation in the form of webinars through material presentations, video, discussion. The result of the community Service program at SMPN 139 Jakarta showed the significant differences between the results before giving psychoeducation program, and after the program, it means there was an effect of providing Psychoeducation about gifted students to increase the awareness of teachers at SMPN 139 East Jakarta.</p> Gita Irianda Rizkyani Medellu Fitri Lestari Issom Vinna Ramadhany Sy Copyright (c) 2022 Gita Irianda Rizkyani Medellu, Fitri Lestari Issom, Vinna Ramadhany Sy 2022-07-01 2022-07-01 6 1 151 163 10.21009/JPMM.006.1.10 Utilization of Quizizz as a Learning Medium for Elementary Teachers in Cisauk District http://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/jpm/article/view/23340 <p>Digital competence is a competency that must be possessed by teachers in the digital era. However, this skill turned out to be a big obstacle during the covid-19 pandemic. Many teachers have not been able to take advantage of technology, so in learning, there are still those who rely on WhatsApp as a learning tool. Elementary school teachers in Cisauk District who are members of PGRI (Persatuan Guru Republik Indonesia) reported that student learning outcomes during the covid-19 pandemic were no better than before and they realized that students were less motivated. The purpose of this community service activity is to improve the knowledge and ability of teachers in Cisauk District in using Quizizz. This activity was held in virtual training for 46 teachers and school principals. The methods used are discussion, demonstration, assignment, monitoring, mentoring, and evaluation. The teacher is given the task of making a Quizizz and testing it for their students in class. Teachers are also accompanied and guided in completing assignments. From the results of the training, teachers showed an increase in knowledge and skills using Quizizz. Quizizz also has a positive response from students.</p> Sri Hapsari Wijayanti Heru Prasadja Anthony Devonico Putera Pasau Aurelius Andreas Copyright (c) 2022 Sri Hapsari Wijayanti, Heru Prasadja, Anthony Devonico Putera Pasau, Aurelius Andreas 2022-07-01 2022-07-01 6 1 164 175 10.21009/JPMM.006.1.11 Empowerment of Shoes MSMEs Based on Technology and Financial Management http://journal.unj.ac.id/unj/index.php/jpm/article/view/23914 <p>This Community Service activity aims to help UD.MM Collection in Sidoarjo who have problems with poor production management processes and financial management. This service method is in the form of providing shoe slip machines and financial management training through a simple cash book. The results obtained are UD. MM Collection can produce shoes faster because it already has a shoe slip machine with two slip sides, making it faster and more efficient. The results of the slip also have a smoother quality than the previous machine and save electricity. In addition, the machine is also equipped with a vacuum cleaner so that it is safer to use. The second result is UD. MM Collection can have neater financial records and know its financial position in terms of income, expenses, payables, and receivables.</p> Albrian Fiky Prakoso Djoko Suwito Yunus Copyright (c) 2022 Albrian Fiky Prakoso, Djoko Suwito, Yunus 2022-07-01 2022-07-01 6 1 176 195 10.21009/JPMM.006.1.12