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Global Internship in Singapore 2011 for you who’s study in Korea

Contact Singapore (http://www.contactsingapore.sg/) is a Singapore government agency that seeks to provide talent from around the world with information on the jobs available in Singapore, and to attract them to consider working and living in Singapore. Please find below links for the Research Intership Opportunities in Singapore for Summer 2011.

1. NTU (Nanyang Technology University):

http://www.contactsingapore.sg/experience@Singapore_NTU

Currently the application window is open for the NTU programme and will remain open till 31 Dec 2010.

2. A*STAR &NUS (National University of Singapore):

http://www.contactsingapore.sg/ExperienceSg/Research/edm/Jul2011

Applications for the A*STAR/NUS programme will remain open till 31 Jan 2011.

*Note that A*STAR (Agency for Science, Technology and Research) Research Institutes is a Singapore’s leading

research government agency.

*Please visit the link for Registration. Posting an English resume is also available at the link.

Attachment files:Flyer_Experience_at_Singapore_(Research)_NTU_2011

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2011 Coca Cola Korea Internship

The Coca-Cola Company is the world’s largest beverage company, refreshing consumers with nearly 500 sparkling and still brands

1. Open Positions
Department Name : Marketing
Project Name : New water product launch and design development
Project Description: Support new product launch, package & POSM development in Water category
Number of Interns : 1
Required Period: 6 months (Starting date can be adjusted)
Major Responsibilities :
– Assist new product launch: market opportunity validation, product concept development and package development
– Assist in existing product activation: in-store activation support and POSM development/label renovation on current water brands
– Keep up with water market trend and consumer data to extract insights and apply to brand activations

Expected Qualifications
– University Student or Graduated
– Major in Marketing of Business Management
– Good English communication skill (writing/speaking)
– MS Office & Internet capability
– Passion & Energy, Accountability
– Communication skills with cross-functional teams
– Internship experience preferred

2. Candidates

Undergraduate (seniors) and Graduate Students

3. Program Venue

Coca-Cola Korea Company Office

10th Floor, Heungkuk Life Insurance Building, #226, Shinmoonro 1ga, Jongnogu Seoul 110-786

4. Required Document

* English Resume or CV
* Self introduction

4. Submission Due Date

Please submit your resume/CV to cola.hrkorea@gmail.com by Jan 7, 2011.

5. Contact Point

If you have any further question, please contact HR team in Coca-Cola Korea Company.

* Tel : 02-3271-3057
* E-mail : cola.hrkorea@gmail.com

6. For company information: Please visit Coca cola homepage

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Internship Opportunities U. S. Commercial Service, Korea U.S. Embassy

Volunteer student internship positions are available at the U.S. Commercial Service Korea (CS Korea), U.S. Embassy in Korea. Applicants must be a student or between undergraduate and graduate school. This is a rare opportunity for university students to develop numerous skills, build extraordinary contacts, and gain tremendous knowledge of government and business.

Comments from Previous Interns

“I can say it was the most valuable internship I have ever had. I am proud of working here. I have experienced valuable experiences through participating in meetings, events, receptions, etc. It was great to be treated as an assistant instead of an intern during the internship.” -Yu, Ji Won / University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign/ Intern, Summer-Fall Class of 2008

“Meeting with the Ambassador, greeting and shaking hands with the former president Bush, and having fun at the Ambassador’s residence…All things are what I’ve never experienced and dreamt before.” Michael Kim/ UC Davis/ Intern, Summer-Fall Class of 2008

Benefits of an internship with CS Korea

• All interns are respected as professionals and have real international trade assistant responsibilities. As a result, CS Korea interns have a high learning curve and gain hands on work experience in a professional work environment.

• CS Korea interns are teamed up with a dedicated commercial specialist, and they receive continuous individual mentorship and are given opportunities to shadow the specialists during international trade counseling and strategy meetings with business executives. CS Korea interns are afforded rare and prestigious opportunities to participate in high profile events.

• CS interns may have rare and special opportunities to participate in other events and activities that in the past have included: Single Company Promotion receptions at the Ambassador’s residence, high profile celebrity fashion shows, pop/rock performances, and meeting the President of the United States.

• All CS interns will leave with a sound command of professional ethics and protocol. They will network with numerous business entities and form lifelong friendships with their class of interns, and simply have fun.
Skill sets cultivated include

 Developing a keen understanding of international trade and fostering sound business judgment by developing company screening skills, matching potential business partners, and scheduling/participating in high-powered meetings.

 Learning to conduct independent market research and with supervision, drafting consultant- quality reports that offer professional industry sector insight.

 Gaining effective and persuasive communication skills by utilizing different modes/mediums, including telephone, email, conference calls, and letters.

 Effectively reading critical verbal and non-verbal cues in business communication and becoming sensitized to the different styles and cultures associated with international business.

 Skillfully communicating with all levels of management within the organizational chain of command.

 Becoming skilled at managing multiple tasks associated with planning and executing a trade event. Interns will be exposed to a business environment where they learn to perform under pressure and still be composed, competent, and organized. Tasks often require very fast turn-around time, and will require quick on-the-ground thinking.

 Collaborating with and leveraging colleagues and networks to strengthen output.

 Cultivating recruiting and interviewing skills to bring in the next class of CS Korea Interns for the intern assigned to assisting Human Resource Management.

 Learning and developing an expertise in one of the following nine areas.

1. consumer products/ travel & tourism,
2. education/ electronics,
3. construction/machinery,
4. autos/chemicals/energy,
5. IT,
6. transportation/services,
7. aerospace/major projects/procurement,
8. healthcare, and
9. administration.

If you have a specific area of interest, please indicate one of the nine listed above in your cover letter.

In addition, CS Korea interns receive special training sessions (e.g. orientation, reception training, trade show training, etc.) as well as build up industry expertise and initiate a network of contacts by being given the opportunity, at no cost, to attend industry specific seminars and conferences alongside the commercial specialist.

Qualifications

Minimum two years in a recognized university or four years experience in a related field. Applicants must be an enrolled student or have been accepted to enroll in graduate school immediately following the internship. General business experience is helpful. Computer skills and spoken and written business English is required. Fluency in Korean and previous experience in an international environment is highly desirable. Also highly desirable are the qualities associated with teamwork, the ability to learn quickly, and high enthusiasm. Applicants must meet the January 31, 2011 deadline. A positive background security check, that takes about 3 months, is required prior to commencing the internship.

Remuneration

This position is voluntary and unpaid. We are looking for full-time interns for a minimum of a 24-week period from 2011 Summer – Fall Interns (Jun., 2011 to Dec., 2011).

Timeline for 2011 Summer – Fall Applicants

Jan. 31, 2011- Application deadline for 2010 Winter – 2011 Spring Internship
Feb. 1 to Feb. 28, 2011- Application Reviews and Interviews
Mar. 10, 2011- Submission of Security Forms
End of April to Mid-May- Notification of security clearance, and internship start date.

Resumes should contain

* Education background including month and year you graduated from your current academic institution
* Korean and English fluency level
* Previous work or internship experience
* Contact information including telephone number and email address where we can easily reach you
* Citizenship
* Supporting information including letters of recommendation, cover letter, etc.

If interested, please send resume and cover letter via email to:
Intern Coordinator
Email: Office.Seoul@N0SPAM.trade.gov

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Korean Air Internship for International Students at winter 2011


Korean Air is planning on a Winter Internship Program for talented foreign students in Korea. To provide exact information for the candidates, your positive cooperation and sincere support will be appreciated.

1. Internship Period: 2011. 1. 24-2011. 2. 25 (5 WEEKS)
2. Internship Department : Departments on International Passenger/Cargo Network
3. Origin Country(9countries) : Cambodia, Malaysia, India, Indonesia, Philippines, Russia, Thailand, Uzbekistan, Vietnam
4. Qualification Standard
– Class of Feb/ Aug 2011 (including students already graduated)
– Foreign Student Visa(D-2), Korean Bilingual will be reviewed with preference
– English Proficiency (TOEIC (over 750) or TEPS(over 630) score holders preferred)

5. Required Documents
– International Application (Attached Company Format)
– Transcript(Grades) from current school
– TOEIC or TEOPS score certificate (original)

6. Reference
-After completion of the internship program, Korean Air will evaluate the performance and will provide opportunity for future employment
-Please send all necessary documents to Korean Air Human Resources (HR) Department Personnel (juneyrhee@koreanair.com) by attachments
-File name must be the name of the applicants (ex. JYRHEE.doc)

7. Contact Info
:02-2656-7338 (Rhee, June Young)

Formulir can be download at: Form registrations

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