On August 31st, CWNU was selected as the operating organization of the Changwon Youth Vision Center and began services for youths seeking jobs and start-ups.
Changwon City recruited a consignment operating organization for efficient management on July 17th. The qualifications for application are non-profit organizations and public institutions which offered public services for youths within the past two years. Moreover, they must have their offices in Changwon and our university met all of these qualifications.
Then on July 31st, Changwon City opened the Changwon Youth Vision Center and chose CWNU through test-operated. The consignment operating period is from on September 1st to December 31st, 2019.
This center is located in Uichang-gu, Paryoung-dong Labor Welfare Town and is a space that recognizes youths’ problems and discusses solutions through creative communication. Furthermore, this center helps to increase young adults’ abilities such as planning programs and supporting management. In addition, it helps with finding jobs and offers counselling information about occupations.
The interior of the center has a conference room, vision room and multi-purpose hall. The communication room is space for communication healing and the vision room is used to display job information related to fields like law, labor and psychology.
The hours of operation are 2p.m. to 9p.m. on Monday but Tuesday to Saturday it opens from 10a.m. to 9p.m. It’s closed on Sundays.
The mayor of Changwon, An Sang Su said, “The Changwon Youth Vision Center will serve as a control tower related to youths’ employment and will resolve their and parents’ concerns… This center is expected to grow as an oasis for youth employment.” Additionally, CWNU Dream Catching said, “We’ll do our best so that we can help the local youth show their ability.”
Kim Eun-hwa, reporter email@example.com
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