2023. 3, 20
Kanazawa Seiryo University welcomes graduates and holds an online "job and career briefing"
Kanazawa Seiryo University will hold the first “job and career briefing” by young employees, OBs and OGs who are active in companies inside and outside the prefecture on November 1, 2022, and the second on January 11, 16. conducted online at
It seems that the real words from the seniors touched the hearts of the students.Third-year students from the Faculty of Economics, who are graduates of economics who work in the IT industry, and graduates of the Department of Children's Studies, who work for a special private corporation, will present their strengths unique to the humanities and the strengths unique to undergraduates. ', he commented that he felt the importance of appealing as a strength instead of thinking 'because it's a disadvantageous industry or a strange department'.
A third-year student in the Department of International Culture, Faculty of Humanities said, "'Successful people are those who can take actions that everyone takes for granted.' "There is a way to think that you can prepare," he said.
In addition, a second-year student of the Faculty of Economics, Department of Economics, said that "When the world is depressed, it's a chance" (a graduate of the Department of Economics). He learned that there are many positive aspects, such as being able to receive explanations about companies from other companies and being able to identify truly strong companies.
Hearing specific advice from the graduates at this information session seems to have served as a good guideline for first- and second-year students who were vague about their job hunting and aspirations.Kanazawa Seiryo University provides comprehensive support for acquiring qualifications that are advantageous for employment, as well as detailed employment support unique to the university, and will continue to follow up on students from various angles.
Reference: [Kanazawa Seiryo University] [Employment] Holding a meeting to learn from OB / OG (young employees)