Sunday, July 3, 2016

Genting Career Open Day Kolej Antarabangsa Greencity.

Genting Career Open Day
Genting Career Open Day Activity Report 2016

On the 6th of April 2016, Resort World Genting organizes Career Open Day in JW Marriott Kuala Lumpur to promote their resort which currently expanding and transforming itself into a new era of entertainment through the Genting Integrated Resort transformation Plan. In conjunction with this, many colleges participated including Kolej Antarabangsa Greencity.

It as a full day program where a number of participants from different come for this event. The participants from Kolej Antarabangsa Greencity included 4 staffs and 60 students (Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Management and SKM) who met in the morning of that day in lobby of the college for registration.

The purpose of this event is in line the opening of SKY Avenue, they are looking for the talent to be part of their organization. They organize this event mainly to target graduated students or final year students from Diploma in Hospitality, Diploma in Culinary or Diploma in Business Administrative to meet with their Award Winning Chef, Sommelier and Mixologist.

During the event, our students get a chance to witness their Award Winning Chef preparing dishes and our students also participate to help their chef to prepare the dishes. Their Sommelier and Mixologist show their skill to our students. Our students are very excited and enjoy learning new things. Their also share their valuable experience and SKY Avenue future development with students. There also had interview section where students who are interested to join them, can fill up the application form and attended the interview which conduct at the event by their Human Resource specialist.

At the end of the activity which was around 4.00pm. I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the students and lectures who participated in this event. Hopefully this event gives lot of benefits and new experience for the students and the lectures.
Prepared by:

(DHTM Lecturer)

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