JoCS: Journal of Community Service <p>Journal of Community Service (JocS) STAI Ar-Rosyid Surabaya publishes research articles, the results of community service. <strong>JoCS</strong>, particularly focuses on the main problems in the development of the sciences of community services areas as follows: 1. Community Services, People, Local Food Security; 2. Training, Marketing, Appropriate Technology, Design; 3. Community Empowerment, Social Access; 4. Student Community Services; 5. Border Region, Less Developed Region; 6. Education for Sustainable Development; Poverty alleviation based on local resources; 7. Economic Development, Entrepreneurship, Cooperatives, Creative Industries, and SMEs; 8. Development of environmentally friendly technology; 9. Health, nutrition, tropical diseases, and herbal medicines, arts, literature and culture, as well as national integration and social harmony.</p> LPPM STAI Ar-Rosyid Surabaya en-US JoCS: Journal of Community Service 2985-5519 Strengthening HR Competency In The Product Agreement For Raising Funds And Financing At KSPPS BMT Khoiru Ummah East Java <p><em>KSPPS or BMT is needed by the community, especially people engaged in micro and small businesses. The existence of KSPPS is the answer to capital problems for MSEs that are relatively unable to access capital. In addition, KSPPS also has a significant role in breaking the chain of dependence of MSE actors on loan sharks. This significant role is certainly a big business opportunity in the world of Islamic Finance. Not infrequently found in the field, Sharia Cooperatives still carry out their business operations carelessly and tend to conventional activities. Departing from the above conditions, it is important for the role of all stakeholders to synergize in strengthening the capacity and strengthening the understanding of KSPPS human resources in the contract and operational principles of the Islamic financial world. The assisted subjects selected in this activity are KSPPS BMT Khoiru Ummah East Java employees. The results of the implementation of this assisted activity are reflected in an increase in human resource understanding related to the dimensions of fund raising product contracts and financing product contracts. As many as 70% of responses said they understood very well, which showed a change from conditions before mentoring, 45% said they understood very well, an increase of 25%. While the initial data before the training was 15% who stated that they understood enough about the fundraising contract, increased by 10% to 25% who understood enough. While those who at the beginning stated that 40% did not understand the fundraising product, it was reduced by 35% to 5% who did not understand the fundraising product. Departing from the results of this assistance, it is very important to increase synergy from all stakeholders in the world of Islamic finance.</em></p> Muhammad Kambali Muhamad Arif Ardianas Taufik Prakoso Nur Lia Rachmawati Ibrahim Rahmatullah Copyright (c) 2023 Muhammad Kambali, Muhamad Arif, Ardianas Taufik Prakoso, Nur Lia Rachmawati, Ibrahim Rahmatullah 2023-07-30 2023-07-30 1 2 89 101 Community Assistance In Distribution Of Zakat With LAZIS-NU Through Madrasah Amil In Kec. Pakal Surabaya <p><em>One of the obligations for Muslims is zakat. The rules and conditions for zakat are determined by the Shari'a. However, there is still diversity found in the implementation of zakat in society. This is influenced by several reasons, including understanding the text of the Shari'a propositions that are not agreed upon, applying the propositions in context, a system that has become a tradition that has been running for years, and there are also reasons for the burden of feelings towards neighbors. This will be a problem if it comes to the influence of the invalidity of zakat. Because in differences in policy, some are considered to be all right, some are partly right and others are wrong. This means that not all differences lead to one of them being right. Sometimes the differences that occur are recognized and considered correct by the Shari'a. This is in accordance with the words of the Prophet, the difference between my people is mercy, being able to adapt to the circumstances found in each person concerned.</em></p> Abdulloh Arif Mukhlas Pristiwiyanto Copyright (c) 2023 Abdulloh Arif Mukhlas, Pristiwiyanto 2023-07-02 2023-07-02 1 2 102 114 Assistance Of Vocational School/SMA/MA Students In Developing Literacy Culture Through Journalistic Training In Randegansari Driyorejo Village <p><em>Students are the main asset of the nation's human resources who must be empowered from an early age through life skills education, including the ability to read and write. One of them is by assisting outstanding students at the vocational/high school/MA level in developing a literacy culture through journalistic activities. This program was carried out based on the discovery of problems from the results of the researchers' preliminary research where they excelled in academic achievement at school but were lacking in non-academic achievements such as journalism and scientific writing. This is because their school environment has not created a literacy culture ecosystem, the school library is not adequate and literacy activities have not been held intensively. This empowerment program for outstanding students uses the participatory Action Research (PAR) method whose operational work includes 4 stages of activities, including; 1. identification of problems, needs and potential, 2. program planning and design, 3. implementation and monitoring, 4. program evaluation to determine the achievement of program objectives. The assisted subjects are 20 outstanding students at the SMK/SMK/SMA/MA/MA level. The program implementation time starts from March to April 2023. Meanwhile, the location of the activity is at LKP Ibnu Khaldun. The results of the mentoring program that can be felt include; 1. The capacity and achievements of students are increasing and excelling in both academic and non-academic achievements, especially journalistic skills and scientific writing; 2. Students' sensitivity, concern and literacy skills towards social problems are increasing; 3. Students have more mature provisions to undertake further studies at undergraduate tertiary institutions; 4. Students can become ambassadors of literacy culture for their friends where they study and in the community where they live.</em></p> Sholihudin Al Ayubi Mulyadi Copyright (c) 2023 Sholihudin Al Ayubi, Mulyadi 2023-07-02 2023-07-02 1 2 115 128