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Department of Cultural Heritage Convergence Opens Special Job Le...

  • 2019-06-01
  • 홍보전략팀
  • HIT108
Department of Cultural Heritage Convergence Opens Special Job Le...게시물의 첨부이미지

On April 29, a special job lecture was opened in room 213 of the Culture Studies Building. This special lecture was arranged to help students in the Faculty of Cultural Heritage Convergence formulate a career plan and prepare for employment in the future.


Lee Yeonjae, the invited speaker of the special lecture, is a graduate of the Department of Archaeology and Art History at Korea University. Lee Yeonjae has a wealth of experience related to cultural heritage. The institutes where Lee Yeonjae has worked are the Cultural Heritage Administration, the National Research Institute of Cultural Heritage, the Tangible Cultural Asset Department at the Cultural Heritage Administration, the National Intangible Heritage of Humanity, and the West Sea Cultural Property Department at the National Research Institute of Maritime Cultural Heritage.


Lee Yeonjae gave her lecture on the theme of ‘The Organization and Duty of the Cultural Heritage Administration.’ She explained the functions and organization of the Cultural Heritage Administration, and introduced the preservation of cultural assets and financial support, and related positions, jobs, hiring methods and salaries. She gave additional information about the research of civil officials and public civil officials, the benefits of regular workers, and the temporary term system. "If you can't afford a Master's degree, I recommend that you build your career and apply for another job,” she advised the students.


After the lecture, during question and answer time, Jeong Dachan, a third-year student from Culture ICT Convergence who took special lecture, asked, "I heard that I could take another test to enter the Cultural Heritage Administration, but I wonder if I need knowledge of my major." Lee Yeonjae, answered, "The popularity of the Cultural Heritage Administration and the Culture Ministry is increasing these days so it is possible that the Cultural Heritage Administration will be selected as the top priority with less than 10 percent of those who passed the administrative examination. While for the administrative exam, I know there are no other tests.”

 

KU Sejong Student PR Team, KUS-ON

Student Reporter: Kim Yeonsoo

Photographer: Hong Incheol

Translator: Kim Seongeun

Editor: Conrad Brubacher

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