|▲ Kanbu Project Poster (Source: CWNU Dream Catch)|
As part of the National University Fostering Project, CWNU runs the Kanbu Project, from October 11th to November 30th, to build a human network by matching employed and current students among graduates. The Kanbu Project is conducted for the purpose of sharing various employment information of graduate mentors such as employment mentoring, corporate culture, experience, and university life, hearing success stories from seniors, career development plans through GAP, Analysis of Me, and continuous relationship formation.
The number of people recruited for the Kanbu Project is around 20, and four mentors are assigned to each graduate mentor. The operation method will be a mixture of non-face-to-face and face-to-face contact. The, face-to-face interactions will be conducted in the classroom at the Human Resource Development Center. Applications for the Kanbu Project can be made at CWNU Waagle Dream Catch. There is one session for each graduate mentor, consisting of a total of five sessions. Applicants will be selected on a first-come, first-served basis. If you apply without changing the session, you will automatically apply for the fifth session. Therefore, you must apply after pressing, “Move N session,” to the desired session. Re-application is not possible once the number of selected applicants is closed, so please apply carefully. Also, be sure to check the session of graduate mentors you wish to apply for. Mentorship line-up is in the order of their majors and their current place of work. The Department of Mechanical Engineering, Hyundai Rotem in the first session, Department of Information & Communication Engineering, Volvo Group Korea in the second session, Department of Business Administration, NH Bank in third session, Department of International Trade, Korea Land and Housing Corporation in the fourth session, Department of Statistics, Changwon Industrial Promotion Agency in the fifth session.
The schedule of the Kanbu Project consists of relationship formation, mentoring, project execution, and Kanbu Presentation in the following order. Relationship formation will be held on Thursday, October 13th, starting at 6:30 pm, for two hours to meet up and form relationships with seniors who earned a job and juniors. Mentoring will be held from October 14th to November 30th on various topics such as employment competency, job experience, and university life. Each team should conduct face-to-face or non-face-to-face mentoring at least two times, and each session will take at least two hours. Project execution will begin on October 17th. Participating students will select one of the students' various problems and work on a project. Project performance results are submitted as achievements such as portfolios, reports, and content. The Kanbu Project will have a project performance sharing session for each team through the, 'Kanbu Presentation,' at 6 pm on December 1st.
The Kanbu Project is certified as being completed only after completing and attending the orientation, presentation, participation in mentoring at least twice, and submission of achievement. Those who complete the program will be awarded 1 SMART mileage for each program hour, up to a maximum of 20 points. After selecting the Kanbu Project, it is recognized as nonparticipation if it is not completed. Please note that if you do not attend, it will be frowned upon by the Human Resource Development Center.
CWNU Waagle and Dream catch provide programs and information that can help students prepare for employment during their university life. The Kanbu Project is also a program to help students find employment. Therefore, it is recommended to students who are struggling with finding a job, and it is highly advised that you actively use Dream Catch and Waagle.
By Kim Na-young, cub-reporter firstname.lastname@example.org
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