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Online Business Management Experience School by the DB Kim Joon-gi Cultural Foundation

Writer Career Development Center Date Created 2024.01.25 Hits42

Dear Students,

 

We would like to share a new opportunity to take part in an Online Business Management Experience School for university students hosted by the DB Kim Joon-gi Cultural Foundation. 

This experience will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of corporate management. The program offers a platform to acquire useful skills for future employment opportunities and allows you to engage with individuals through business-related activities. Please find the details below for more information. 

  • Duration: February 21 (Wed) ~ February 23 (Fri), 2024 (3 days)

    • (Day 1: 3 PM ~ 6 PM / Days 2 and 3: 9 AM ~ 6 PM)

  • Venue:  via ZOOM

  • Participants: University students who aspire to work in companies or have an interest in business management activities

    • Individuals or teams (3 participants per team) may apply.

  • Number of Participants: 200 individuals (67 teams in total)

  • Benefits: 

    • No registration fee for participants

    • All participants receive a certificate of completion and commemorative gifts

    • Gift certificates for outstanding teams

  • Application Period: January 18, 2024 (Thurs) ~ February 12, 2024 (Mon)

  • How to apply: 

    • Fill out the Education Participation Application Form on the DB Cultural Heritage Foundation website Click Here

    • Announcement of selected participants: February 13, 2024 (Tues)

    • After the announcement of selected participants, confirm your participation through the registration process.

  • Contact Information: 

    • Tel: 02-3011-5544

    • e-mail: intern@dbgroup.co.kr

    • You can find detailed information about the camp on the DB Kim Joon-gi Cultural Foundation website (LINK) or through reviews from previous participants (blogs, etc.).

We hope students check out this opportunity and gain useful tips for career preparation. 

Warm regards,

SUNY Korea CDC