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Tai Tran gives a talk to RMIT students

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  • 1. Since most RMIT students do not have any work experience prior to doing their internship near the end of their degree programs, they struggle with deciding what type of job they would like to pursue both for their internship and after they graduate. This can affect students in two ways. Firstly, it makes their initial job search more difficult because they have not narrowed down their interests. Secondly, and more importantly, this lack of clarity about what different types of jobs entail negatively affects students’ ability to clearly express why they have chosen to pursue a particular field in a job interview. An excellent resource for this would be our own alumni whose experiences (since they graduated from RMIT) would probably be most meaningful to our students. These sessions were designed to provide a non- threatening opportunity for students to ask their questions about what people really do at work, and to find out what opportunities are available in different fields There were three sessions on 13, 20 and 27 March alumni came to RMIT and talked to WPP students sharing their working experiences and giving students some Tips for interview 1. Chau Dang Khoa, graduated in 2005 of Bachelor of Commerce, now working for Jollibee Food Corporation as Business Development Manager. 2. Nguyen Thi Bich Thuy, graduated in 2006 of Bachelor of Commerce, now working for Renessas VN as Secretary to General Manager 3. Le Duy Nghiem, graduated in 2005 Bachelor of Commerce, now working for Unilever as Assistant Brand Manager 4. Nguyen Chi Dung, graduated in 2007 of Bachelor of Commerce, now working for HCMC Securities Corporation as Equity Research Analyst. 5. Tran Tuan Tai, graduated in 2007 of Bachelor of Applied Science, now working for First Consulting Group as Business Analyst. 6. Nguyen Thuy Tinh Ca, graduated in 2007 of Bachelor of Commerce, now working for L’Oreal Vietnam Ltd as Assistant Brand Manager. 7. Thai Le Huy, graduated in 2006 of Bachelor of Applied Science, now working for Logiex as software Engineer. Birnie Duthie, Lecturer, Learning Skills, with help of RMIT Design Club, interviewed each alumni about their careers and asked them to give any recommendation of any do’s and don’ts to RMIT students who are about to go out to internship.