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New career opportunity for international students from China
October 13, 2017
Job fair can help Chinese students return home to work
The University of Delaware’s Career Services Center is partnering with Global University China Career Union (GUCCU) to make significant professional connections for international students from China by hosting a new event, Overseas Talent Networking and Career Event on Monday, Oct. 16. The event will be held from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in the Trabant Multi-purpose rooms and serves as a pre-employment workshop for finding jobs in China.
During the workshop, students can expect to learn...
Latest information about China’s job market
Campus recruitment process used by well-known employers in 2017
Step-by-step online application strategies and skills
Helpful introductions to writing a resume
Following the workshop, student receive…
Guidance on how to interact in group discussions
Individual mock interview practice
Rehearsals for face-to-face job offers and contract negotiations
Last year, more than 10,000 overseas students found jobs after attending Lockin China events. In 2017, it is expected that 670,000 Chinese students will return back to China to begin their career. This event provides a broader access to tens of thousands of hiring positions with over 1,000 employers searching exclusively for overseas talent. The event strives to help international students stand out in the increasingly fierce competition in China’s job market.
Chinese students who are studying abroad and seeking career opportunities in China are encouraged to attend. Lockin China, the largest recruitment platform specializing in supporting Chinese overseas students, will be present and are eager to help international students learn about job opportunities in China following graduation.
If students wish to be considered for interview opportunities, they must register through the registration link. For more information on this event and other events hosted by Career Services, login to your Handshake account.
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