There is a saying, "God helps those who help themselves." But somehow, helping myself doesn't seem so easy. Because we are not sure what we want to do nor what we should do, we get lost when preparing for our future and we soon regard it as vague. It seems we must help ourselves, but we don't know what to do or how to do it. You might need help. So, The Dankook Herald wants to give you a hand. There is a place where you can get advice about the entry to public affairs without any problem. Let's look over the programs which are open for anyone and can help you get employed.
Employment Special Lectures
An invited small or medium sized enterprise gives a lecture on the school grounds! With only a small investment, you can have a chance to gain valuable information. Men are not to be measured by inches. The scale of enterprises may be small, but their vision is worthy to be looked into.
Employment Subject Courses
The domain named Entrepreneurship in the liberal arts is where we can find subjects related to employment. The students can gain useful information and receive education about employment. For instance, you can take 'Career Way' if you are a freshman or sophomore, and you can take a course like 'Road My Job' as a junior and senior who can receive help in making plans.
Resume and Cover Letter Clinic
For those who need help in writing cover letters effectively or those who lack confidence, give this a try. This clinic can give you advice on how to make your letter of introduction distinguishable among all the other look-a-like cover letters. There is an invited instructor to help you every Wednesday. You can make an appointment for an hour each day. But, it is still opened to everyone so if you are in a rush, just call before you come.
For more, there are programs that focus on finding opportunities for employment. For example, the Job Fair in Cheonan (October to November), Experiencing workplace training program (February and August) and one teacher per one student program (Every Tuesday until July) and so on. But if you are looking for more intensive and steady courses, try DLP (Dankook Leaders Program) in Jukjeon and DEP (Dankook Elite Program) on Cheonan campus. Below is an interview from students who already have experienced the DLP and DEP program.
Ka-Yeon Kim and Eun-Hyun Hwang firstname.lastname@example.org