This paper discusses about the implementation of the School of Industrial Culture Implementation (SIBI) program at State Vocational School of Mandiraja 1. SIBI is a new effort was implemented by schools aimed at bringing students closer to the world of work. There are 3 main activities in the program including the adaptation of internship, preparedness and habituation programs through the 5R (Ringkas/ Concise, Rapi/ Neat, Resik /Clean, Rawat/ Care and Rajin/ Diligent). This study aims to find out how the application of SIBI and the obstacles faced in developing the program. The results showed that the SIBI program had been applied well to several aspects of activities and habits of industrial culture through habituation of 5R and adaptation had begun to be embedded in students even though it was still partial (because the culture in question had not touched all students there were students who committed violation ). However, if viewed from the concept of culture, the SIBI in Mandiraja is still pseudo because the form of industrial culture is actually not as simple as that applied through the SIBI program. Constraints faced in implementing the SIBI program include the difficulty of finding partner industries, no clear sanctions for SIBI program violators, teacher commitment, lack of facilities and infrastructure, too many students, and responses from less enthusiastic students.