Employers Information Session by the University of Central Asia
M-Vector Company participated in the Employers Information Session, which was organized by the University of Central Asia and was held on March 13 at the University campus in Naryn.
The event was organized as part of the Cooperative Education program and served as a platform where students were able to meet with the potential employers from the 20 largest companies of Kyrgyzstan.
The meetings were held in the format of discussion sessions and informational presentations about companies and internship opportunities.
During the discussion session organized for Communications and Media in Central Asia programme, M-Vector specialists discussed many topical issues: What do employers expect from the candidates? What skills does a person need to be successful at work? What is the demand in the labor market for Research, IT and Communications? What are the difficulties in this area? And what is important for the students when choosing an internship?
At the end of the event, students organized a talent show and pleasantly surprised the guests with their creativity.
Representatives of M-Vector introduced students to the activity of the company and the benefits of an internship at M-Vector:
- Gaining knowledge and skills in real, large-scale, multi-country, socially significant projects.
- Combining students’ needs with the company goals
- Training and mentoring, including the involvement of experienced professionals
- Regular feedback and recommendations for further development
- A great opportunity to acquire and improve skills and knowledge at Leading Research Company of Central Asia
- Getting the first work experience
We strive to develop not only professional, but also personal traits of our interns, paying particular attention to personal fulfillment.
We thank the University of Central Asia for organizing this event, which has a practical purpose – to arrange a meeting of students with the companies representatives of different industries. We are pleased to support such initiatives and always open to fruitful cooperation, allowing students to gain practical skills and new knowledge.