BUILDING ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRIT OF ISLAMIC BOARDING SCHOOL STUDENTS IN MOJOKERTO INDONESIA

Eka Fafita Firdausi Arwiya, Sopiah Sangadji, Mohammed Arief

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This study is intended to establish an entrepreneurial spirit among Islamic boarding school students in Mojokerto Indonesia. This study uses qualitative approach of phenomenological research. Participants in this study were Managers, Boarding School Caretakers, Extracurricular Teachers, Students, and Boarding School Alumni. The techniques used in collecting data are observation, deep interview, documentation, and questionnaires. The results showed that: (1) The basic concept of entrepreneurship taught to students include the selection of right business field and the formation of prospective employers character, (2) Personal attitude of students are formed through a variety of activities and applied in everyday life, becoming the culture of boarding school, (3) Students who have low motivation are guided continuously and high motivation of students are rewarded in the form of promotion, (4) Business ethics is taught to the students by following the traits of the Prophet: sidiq (right), amanah (trustworthy), tabligh (conveying), and fathonah (smart).

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijld.v6i1.9127

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