Career Development Center opened sessions for the New York internship for the next winter vacation in ECC B3 lobby and B225 on Sept. 7. As part of CORE Project, an initiative to promote Humanities Studies, the session aimed to connect students with companies abroad. Students were informed of what each company required from an intern and their selection processes including job interviews. Counseling sessions were also available for students who were interested in getting advices on choosing the right company
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