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Sejong Job Center Opens Job Boot Camp “No More Job Worries!” for...

  • 2022-12-05
  • 홍보기금팀
  • HIT120
Sejong Job Center Opens Job Boot Camp “No More Job Worries!” for...게시물의 첨부이미지

 

Sejong Job Center Opens Job Boot Camp “No More Job Worries!” for Students

 The Korea University Sejong Job Center operated the “Job Boot Camp” program to solve career employment concerns for enrolled students. Job Boot Camp is a program that enables current students preparing for employment to perform related tasks and receive feedback while experiencing practical work with incumbents.

 

The preexisting “incumbent mentoring”, which previously opened only five jobs each semester, has improved this year’s current job mentoring by expanding to 40 jobs so that students can participate in a greater variety of job camps.

 

Among the various job fields were, “Safety (Safety Manager's Core Tasks, Safety Management System, and PSM Understanding),” Big Data (Experience Data Analysis from Data Analysis Practitioners and Big Data Infrastructure),” Brand Marketing (Brand Marketing Practice with a Top-rated Restaurant Brand Marketer in Korea).”

 

As a result, a total of 130 people participated this time around, compared to the last program which drew only around 60 participants. Of the 130 participants, 107 completed the course, showing a high completion rate of 82%.

 

The satisfaction level for the graduates was 4.36 points (out of 5 points), indicating a high level of satisfaction, and there were many positive opinions such as “I learned about the job in detail” and “I was able to find out what competencies are actually needed in the field.”

 

The students were organized into small groups of eight, and were able to receive detailed feedback on job-related issues, as well as gain experiences comparable to the internship process in terms of competencies required for the job and their suitability.

 

KU Sejong Student PR Team, KUS-ON

Translator: Chae Yeon Kim

Editor: Conrad Brubacher

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