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The courses of JACG were held by SICCAS

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The “Career Go!” program of Junior Achievement (JACG) in the Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (SICCAS), which lasted for five weeks, ended successfully in Nov 28th, 2009. Junior Achievement is the world’s largest organization dedicated to educating students about workforce readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy through experiential, hands-on programs. JA's university programs help students develop professional and business skills relating to their personal development, and cultivate the future business leaders’ character, creativity and leadership. Each year, JA reaches over 9 million students in more than 100 countries around the world, inspiring young people to prepare for their future career development and to succeed in the global economy.


It was the second time for the “Career GO!” program launched in SICCAS. Over 80 students from five institutes of Chinese Academy of Sciences attended the courses, which consist of five sessions to promote students’ work readiness and career development skills. All the sessions aimed to guide the students understanding themselves better, expand their view of career possibilities, sharpen networking skills, prepare for a job interview effectively, and practice their presentation skills. Volunteers from the business sector share career development experiences and advice to help students develop interpersonal effectiveness and problem solving strategies along with resume preparation and interviewing techniques.


Students who finished these courses said that it was helpful not only to their career development but also to their whole life. They would analyze more about their personality, interests and abilities. Only then can they think about the future, and thus discovering their true professional desire.


JA’s program will be carried on in SICCAS in the future. More and more students in our institute will benefit from it.

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