Breaking the mold

By Rakbo Perera

In the intersection between what you know quite well and what you do not know at all, is in my opinion where the greatest excitement in life lies.

Every day is a happy day at JKH!

By Dakshith Jayawardane

It all started when I suddenly came across an advert posted on social media by JKH that said, “Work Readiness Workshop for School Leavers...

Be the person others turn to In a crisis

By Shakeeb Nazeer

Quarantine. Curfew. Work from home. None among us could have predicted that this would be our reality. But the best way to discover yourself is by adapting to an unknown reality.

Thank you for the music

By Dinuk Gunasekera

I remember I was still a relative newbie at JMSL, just a couple of months or so into the job, when I received a flyer, with a call out to any singers in the company, who would like to audition for a chance at singing for the Chairman’s awards at JKH.

What my time at John Keells Foundation taught me

By Ashfa Musaddique

My experience as an intern was an adventurous twist to my life journey. Even though work schedules could get tough and the work environment tend to change depending on the project, I thoroughly enjoyed the process of a project, because the culture of the workplace always encouraged and motivated me to remain positive.

Looking back at my days as a Plasticcycle intern

By Selshia Sagayaratnam

Martin Luther King, Jr. said, “You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step”. And that’s what I did by joining as an intern at Plasticcycle. The internship was an opportunity that I received, as a result of taking part in the ‘ARROW’ workshop conducted by the John Keells Group.