Career Development Center provides several resources to help the international students develop the job search skills and the contacts that will allow the students to manage their career for life. Career Development Center (CDC) offers various services to follow up with its well organized year-road map (KAIST Career Navigation). It helps students and alumni to develop successful career plans and to search for appropriate job positions.
Career Development Center (CDC) sponsors various programs designed to develop skills and strategies that will assist the international students in setting and achieving career goals.
For corporations, CDC holds Campus Recruiting Presentations, Recruit Interviews and Job Fairs to recommend outstanding students. Also, for the students, CDC provides information on internship positions, corporate consulting opportunities, career development seminars, self-evaluation opportunities, and career counselling.
The internship allows students to explore an industry, build a relationship with a prospective employer, or simply hone their skills in a familiar field. Internships provide invaluable knowledge and networking experience — and are often an integral part of the job search process. ▶ Click
Everyday we update job postings, news, company information, etc. Please visit CDC online site frequently. ▶ Click
CDC collects the resumes of KAIST MBA senior students and prints yearly Resume Book.This book is filled with talented and qualified KAIST candidates who are actively seeking employment in a variety of different industries. Every summer we release and distribute it to many companies.
CDC provides various Career seminars that combine theory and practice to help students refine career management skills before the recruiting period begins. Though seminars, students can experience career planning, persuasive communication, resume clinic, interviewing, and negotiation
Every September, a job fair is open on campus, giving firms a chance to meet MBA students and promote themselves. During the period, the firms can choose 1 or 2 days, counsel through individual booths, and also conduct interviews. We strongly recommend this event.
On-campus recruiting provides a convenient option for employers and students to connect face to face.
Through this event, corporations can refresh their image, and have a chance to secure outstanding future employees. Along with corporate promotions, CDC announces employment information, has talks and Q&A session with working graduates, and also holds in-campus recruit interviews if necessary. On this occasion, CDC provides the interviewees' resume and schedule ahead. Campus recruitment can be held anytime during the year. In order to have the maximum number of student participants, we recommned the in-campus presentation be held during Spring semester (February ~ May) or during Fall semester(September ~ December)
CDC sponsored corporate discussions, alumni-expert panels, and other networking events provide a chance for students to explore many different industries. The CDC works to provide a number of opportunities for students to meet and interact with corporate leaders, entrepreneurs, and company representatives from all realms of the business world, in order to give students a broad range of options for making informed career decisions.
KAIST graduates have built a strong tradition of helping current students with career planning, networking, and job search activities. The KCB alumni network is more than 7,000 strong and serves as a lifelong resource for both students and graduates.
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