https://psppjournals.org/index.php/jucep/issue/feed Journal of Universal Community Empowerment Provision 2024-06-12T15:40:40+07:00 Principal Contact muhammadnurabdi@psppjournals.org Open Journal Systems <p><strong>Journal of Universal Community Empowerment Provision (JUCEP) </strong>ISSN: 2776-1142 (online) ISSN: 2776-1134 (print) publishes all reports on the applying, practicing, and culturing of science and technology for the social welfare related to community empowerment issues.</p> https://psppjournals.org/index.php/jucep/article/view/323 Socialization of the Power Relationship of Village Heads and Village Consultational Boards (BPD) in Village Government 2024-04-25T10:43:28+07:00 Umar Nain umarnain1388@ipdn.ac.id Rosliana Rosliana roslianaros90@gmail.com Suaib Ibrahim suaibibrahim78@gmail.com <div><em><span lang="EN">The importance of better understanding the power relations between the Village Head and the Village Consultative Body (BPD) in the context of village government administration. Through socialization activities in Towata Village, North Polong Bangkeng District, Takalar Regency, participants, especially the main elements such as the Village Head, Chairman and BPD Members, gained a deeper understanding of the role and authority of each party as well as the positive impact of creating positive relationships. balance between the two. The results of the socialization show increased awareness of the importance of harmonious cooperation between the Village Head and the BPD in decision making, implementing village programs, and monitoring the performance of the village head. In addition, a better understanding of these power relations also opens up opportunities to resolve conflicts or tensions that may arise within village government. Thus, this paper concludes that a better understanding of the power relations between Village Heads and BPD is an important first step in building effective, fair and democratic village governance</span>.</em></div> 2024-04-29T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Universal Community Empowerment Provision https://psppjournals.org/index.php/jucep/article/view/335 Corruption in Batak Na Raja Perspective 2024-05-29T08:11:49+07:00 Nelson Simanjuntak nelsonparanjak@gmail.com Fernando Silalahi fernando.silalahi@uki.ac.id Manotar Tampubolon manotar.tampubolon@uki.ac.id <div><em><span lang="EN">This article describes the results of anti-corruption legal counseling in Lumban Dolok Village, Silaen District, Toba Regency, North Sumatra. This counseling aims to raise public awareness about the dangers of corruption and the importance of integrity, by adopting Batak Na Raja cultural values that emphasize anti-corruption attitudes. Corruption is viewed from the perspective of Batak Na Raja as behavior that not only violates the law, but also the customs and morality of the Batak community. A person's motive for committing corruption is often related to economic needs, existing opportunities, and weak supervision. GONE (Greed, Opportunity, Need, and Exposure) and Fraud Triangle (pressure, opportunity, and rationalization) theories are used to analyze the motives and driving factors of corruption. This counseling emphasized that, in accordance with the values of Batak Na Raja, the Toba people are expected to uphold honesty, responsibility, and transparency. By understanding and internalizing these values, society is expected not only to reject corruption but also actively prevent it. This counseling succeeded in instilling an understanding that corruption damages social and economic order, and is contrary to the Batak philosophy of life that upholds honesty and honor. It is hoped that, through a cultural approach and intensive legal education, the Toba people can become the frontline in eradicating corruption, strengthening good governance, and realizing sustainable welfare in their region</span>.</em></div> 2024-05-31T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Universal Community Empowerment Provision https://psppjournals.org/index.php/jucep/article/view/334 The Role of the Independent Student Exchange Program in Increasing Student Tolerance Attitude 2024-06-03T11:09:23+07:00 Erwin Apriliyanto erwinapriliyanto89@gmail.com Besse Sulfiani bessesulfiani89@gmail.com Hardiyanti Lasmi hardiyanii0@gmail.com Amir Jungso amirjungso79@gmail.com Niswayanti Hasanah niswayanti99@gmail.com Jumrah Jumrah jumrah89@gmail.com <div><em><span lang="EN">This research aims to find out the role of the Independent Student Exchange Program in increasing student tolerance. This study used qualitative research methods. This research uses various written data sources such as articles, documents and government policies related to education. The results of this research show that the Nusantara Module activities with four activity points consisting of, diversity, reflection, inspiration and social contribution provide a very big impact and role in increasing the tolerance attitude of Independent Student Exchange Program students as well as providing opportunities for Exchange Program students. Merdeka Students' ability to carry out the learning process together with regular students of the recipient universities further strengthens the tolerant attitude of the students of the Merdeka Student Exchange Program system</span>.</em></div> 2024-06-07T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Universal Community Empowerment Provision https://psppjournals.org/index.php/jucep/article/view/337 Implementation of Entrepreneurship in the Field of Tourism in Youth GMIMLogos Bumi Kilu Permai 2024-06-03T10:56:04+07:00 Telly Hetty Isje Kondoj tellyhetty89@gmail.com Jeanlly Adrie Solang jeanllyadrie68@gmail.com Youdi Y.Gumolili youdihumolili79@gmail.com Mita Erdianty Takaendengan mitaerdianty78@gmail.com Debi Christiany Sendow debidhristiany68@gmail.com <p><em>Tourism-based entrepreneurship training is a simple service among young people or the millennial generation because they are very quick to adapt and adapt to the current situation and developments in the modern era. However, in its implementation it requires high levels of innovation and creativity to obtain new and useful business opportunities that can be carried out both individually and in groups. Tourism is a science that develops according to the demands and development of human civilization as well as a touch of creativity in the process of arranging and managing tourist areas with all the supporting facilities and infrastructure. The service method is carried out descriptively, in which the service person describes the service by interviewing the potential of tourist attractions in Manado and its surroundings, interviews regarding the participant's attraction to the tourist objects mentioned and/or known and visited. On this basis, knowledge and insight regarding entrepreneurial efforts in the tourism sector is given, where the field of entrepreneurship in the tourism sector is a very good field and has the potential to be pursued by young people. The aim of this service is to encourage and motivate the creativity and innovation of the youth of the GMIM Logos Congregation to elaborate their personal potential and abilities along with insight into their tourism knowledge and technological capabilities. This service applies creativity in the tourism sector for them to design itinerary products both in the city of Manado, Minahasa and the surrounding areas. This motivation will continue to attract attention and be supported by both the youth themselves, the church and the wider community. In the future, we hope to become a product provider, especially for internal activities in the congregation and it is hoped that business expansion will occur by improving relations with the outside world</em><em>.</em></p> 2024-06-09T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Universal Community Empowerment Provision https://psppjournals.org/index.php/jucep/article/view/338 Socialization of the Benefits of Continuing Higher Education at the Jayapura Regional Development Agricultural Vocational School 2024-06-10T12:40:26+07:00 Herman Jelatu hermanjelatu77@ibkpp.ac.id Dian Septikasari diannseptksr231@gmail.com Witriah Witriah wittrhwq1@gmail.com <p><em>The demand for development and progress in science and technology, without a doubt, is due to the success of the education system from time to time. Education is the main asset that must be owned by everyone. The level of education of a person will have an impact on his life. Interest in continuing education to a higher level is now getting lower. This phenomenon is often found in the Papua region, especially in the city of Sentani. The role of the community, especially teachers, in educating the importance of higher education in the world of education is very necessary. By educating through teachers, of course, it provides stimulus for students, so that they are able to make decisions about their education. Through socialization activities, community service activities produce: 1) the importance of pursuing higher education has been understood; 2) the benefits of continuing education to a higher level have been understood. In general, the interest of students at the Jayapura Regional Development Agricultural Vocational School increased after receiving an explanation of the benefits of continuing education to a higher level.</em></p> 2024-06-14T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Universal Community Empowerment Provision https://psppjournals.org/index.php/jucep/article/view/340 Training on Floating Cage Product Diversification Strategy in Margaluyu Village, Pangalengan, Bandung 2024-06-12T15:40:40+07:00 Gita Prawesti gitaprawesti@yahoo.co.id Sarah Isniah sarahisniah7@gmail.com Ade Supriatna adesupriatna79@gmail.com Nur Syamsyiah syamsyiahnur68@gmail.com Yahya Yahya yahyayah68@gmail.com Nur Hasanah nurhasanah90@gmail.com <div><em><span lang="EN">Margaluyu Tourist Village is located in Pangalengan, Bandung Regency, West Java. The community groups in Margaluyu Village consist of vegetable farmers, dairy cattle breeders, honeybee farmers, ecotourism groups, MSME practitioners, floating cage fishermen, integrated health post cadres, and teachers. The processing of floating cages' products lacks variation, resulting in limited market share availability. The community service method carried out is by providing material presentations about strategies for diversifying floating cage products so that floating cage fishermen can increase their market share through service learning. This method consists of three activity stages, namely the preparation stage, implementation stage and evaluation stage. At the end of the presentation, 75% of participants were able to determine the use of diversification and were able to determine the processed fish products to be sold. So the final result was 84.4% of participants were able to understand the presentation of the material given.</span></em></div> 2024-06-28T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Universal Community Empowerment Provision https://psppjournals.org/index.php/jucep/article/view/339 Canva Training by Teaching Campus Students in Developing Digital Literacy Skills in Educational Environments 2024-06-12T10:38:52+07:00 Mita Permatasari mita.saripermata25@gmail.com Nurhayati Nurhayati nurhayati5@gmail.com Hardiyanti Lasmi lasmihardiyanti68@gmail.com Winarni Fujiastuti winarnifuji68@gmail.com Niswayanti Hasanah hasanahniswayanti79@gmail.com Jumrah Jumrah jumrah9@gmail.com <div><em><span lang="EN">Training in using the Canva application is one of the most important things in developing digital literacy skills in the educational environment because Canva as a technology-based application provides a learning space for every educator and student to carry out learning. The aim of this activity is to improve participants' abilities in creating learning media and educational posters using Canva. The method used in this training activity is qualitative through descriptive analysis techniques. The training was carried out by providing material and direct practice using the Canva application. This activity was attended by 66 participants who were educators and students from three schools in different locations. The research results showed that Canva training provided participants with a positive experience in developing their digital literacy skills. Participants expressed an increase in their deeper understanding of graphic design and creating visual learning materials after participating in this activity.</span></em></div> 2024-07-05T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Journal of Universal Community Empowerment Provision