07.12.2021 | 
Education
NEW JOB AND INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
NEW JOB AND INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
Today in YSU Hall after Schuman the representatives of YSU partner company met with the university students.

YSU Alumni and Career Center within the framework of cooperation with an independent investment company organized an information meeting with students, during which the company's activities were presented.

Karine Nazaryan, Deputy Director of the Alumni and Career Center, spoke about the importance of cooperation and expected results with YSU.

 "Our cooperation starts today  and  such meetings will be regular and continuous. Within the framework of the cooperation, there will be regular job and internship offers from the company, so I urge the students to be active and follow the announcements published by our center," she said.

 

Victoria Hakobyan, Head of the Human Resources Department of the Revery Group, spoke about the history of the company, its activities, main directions and main goals through videos.

 

"Meetings with young people are important for us, because our target group is also young people, who tomorrow will ensure not only the company, but also the development of the country. That is why we attach great importance to meetings with students and young people, as well as cooperation with educational centers. "Cooperation with YSU is not just an agreement, as we want to make serious investments in the development of the country," said Victoria Hakobyan.

At the end of the event, the guests answered the students' questions.

It should be added that the students also filled in pre-prepared questionnaires prepared by the Alumni and Career Center, which will provide communication with students interested in the company's activities in the future.

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