Construction of Hanyang Career Development Center
A Landmark of Innovation and Originality
|Copy URL / Share SNS||
As a leading university of employment and business, Hanyang has been doing its best to foster talented students and to contribute to convergence education. In an attempt to accomplish this objective, another step was taken by the Hanyang Institute for Talent Development Career Development Center which launched a new plan last October. In order to provide students with an open and practical space to work together with their fellow students as well as provide guidance consultation, the center has earmarked a portion of space near the HIT Building and is anticipated to open by the end of this August. The anticipated effect is to initiate early interest in one’s career path and an increased rate of employment for Hanyangians. This building is to be named by students, welcoming the most suitable name through a naming contest with prizes offered.
Upon entering the building and walking across the lobby, the Career Café is the first area that can be detected. It is designed to be a friendly and relaxing lounge where students can communicate freely and share their ideas. It also functions as a room for consultation and teaching while attracting visitors at the same time. Advertisements about Hanyangians’ employment and startups are also given in this room that lead to broader knowledge and perspective of the students. The room is sketched to be wide opened to maximize comfort and create an atmosphere of hospitality.
Situating perpendicular to the Career Café is the 10 recruiting booths where employers from various corporations have a counseling session with students during recruitment season. During non-recruiment times, the booths operate as study rooms. Students can walk around the booths and take a look at the different corporations before deciding which one they want to visit.
Forming the peripheral edges of the recruiting rooms are consulting rooms that welcome students in need of counseling or consulting about their job or business. Delegated consultants from the Career Development Center hold consulting sessions with students in these rooms to provide guidance on their career plans. Two of the consulting rooms are designed differently from the others, putting comfort at the fore so that students can freely stimulate their creativity and ingenuity.
Jeon Chae-yun email@example.com
This week's top news
Korean Couple Culture
Korean Traditional Colors
The Life of Korean High School Students
Contrast between Korean and English
2017 JoongAng Ilbo University Rankings, Seoul Ranked 3rd · ERICA 9th
History of Makeup: from Goryeo to Joseon
[Researcher of the Month] Blue Ocean of Materials Science
Korean Hip-Hop from the US
Korea's Traditional Soju
Volleyball Superstar Kim Yeon-koung