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Changwon National University Recruits Intern Researchers to Build a Beautiful Future With Human Rights Center
  • By Park Yu-jeong, cub-reporter
  • 승인 2021.10.31 22:59
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Changwon University's Human Rights Center will recruit intern researchers by the 30th of this month. International Researchers at the Human Rights Center, which is recruiting for the first time this year, aims to attract students' interest in human rights and create a place for them to think about jobs related to human rights. Any undergraduate, graduate student, student on a leave of absence, or person living in Gyeongsangnam-do Province who wants to pursue a career related to human rights, can apply for the open recruitment, and only two applicants will be selected.

The selected Intern Researcher at the Human Rights Center will be active for three months, from December 27 to February 26 next year, for three hours a day, two days a week. With their expertise in researching human rights papers and administrative systems, they will study current human rights issues and submit reports once a month. The method of application shall be to check the notice on the Changwon University Human Rights Center website, fill out the application form and personal information collection and usage agreement, and submit it to the person in charge's email: humanrights@changwon.ac.kr. *

Those who pass the document screening will be selected after an interview test, and the document application period will be until 6 p.m. on November 30. The document screening, which will be conducted from December 1st to 3rd, will be evaluated based on the applicant's motivation for application, human rights-related research experience, and future research plans. The date of announcement for successful applicants is December 6th. The interview, which will be held from December 7 to 10, will evaluate human rights awareness, independence, integrity, and interest. The final announcement date will be December 15. For more information on hiring researchers, please visit Changwon University's Human Rights Center website at http://www.changwon.ac.kr and contact Kim Min-soon at 055-213-2620, ext. 2621.

Established in 2018, Changwon University's Human Rights Center is striving to create a human rights-friendly university culture, where all members can enjoy their rights equally. In particular, the center provides high-quality counseling services to school members who have or who are currently suffering from sexual harassment, sexual violence, human rights violations, or unfair discrimination. In the event of sexual harassment, sexual violence, or human rights violations, the Human Rights Center implements space separation between victim and offender, with a restraining order. In addition, they provide trauma treatment and psychological counseling to victims, while providing correctional counseling and education to offenders. Report and consultation can be made at the Human Rights Center on the third floor of Dongbaek Hall, their telephone number is 055-213-2620, ext. 2621, and contact can be made through the website of Changwon University Human Rights Center.

Kim Min-soon, a counselor at Changwon University Human Rights Center, said in an interview with The Campus Journal on October 12, "As the employment market narrows due to COVID-19, many students seem to have difficulty choosing their careers and getting a job. When choosing a career path, students should get out of their comfort zones and broaden their perspectives, to think about career areas that are rewarding and beneficial to society. If students are interested in the Human Rights Center Internship Program, please actively apply."

Changwon University's Human Rights Center has started recruiting intern researchers for the first time, and students will be able to explore their career options on a broader spectrum. Changwon University's Human Rights Center is conducting various activities and human rights education to protect and promote the human rights of school members. Students who are interested in human rights issues or want to work in human rights-related jobs, such as social welfare workers or counselors, should actively participate in activities and as internship researchers at the Changwon University Human Rights Center.

By Park Yu-jeong, cub-reporter  parkyujeong01@naver.com

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