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IOG Joined NTU International Mentorship Program-Pioneering the Way for International Talents

With a mission to better connect Taiwan with the global talent market and cultivate international talents locally, today National Taiwan University hosted the “NTU International Mentorship Program” Press Conference and Letter of Intent Signing Ceremony. The event was hosted by NTU President Chung-Ming Kuan, and invited international chambers of commerce, government organizations, start-ups, local industries, foreign companies, non-governmental organizations and academic research institutions that are participating in the mentorship program this summer. Altogether there were over 70 institutions and 100 representatives joining in the grand event, pioneering the way for international talents to stay in Taiwan.

It is a great honor to be invited to be one of the mentors. In this program, a diverse and international workplace environment is provided for international students of National Taiwan University, so that they can get to know about the knowhow of offshore wind industry in Taiwan before truly entering the workplace. This time, IOG has launched three experienced mentors for international students, namely Ethan Wang(Chief Operating Officer), Oliver Chang(Chief Technology Officer) and Andy Hong(Chief Financial Officer), so that students can choose to work in one of these three fields: commercial marketing, marine survey and business finance. IOG provides plenty of career opportunity career for them to explore. At the same time, each internship position is also equipped with a co-supervisor to assist students in all aspects of exploring new knowledge in the workplace.

The NTU International Mentorship Program is the country’s premiere mentorship-style internship program tailor made for international students. Many international students enjoy the work and life environment in Taiwan, but due to language and cultural barriers, they sometimes struggle finding opportunities to build a career in Taiwan. This is why NTU’s Office of International Affairs is launching the International Mentorship Program, with high-level public, private, and third sector organizations offering internship opportunities to international students. Through these internships, international students will have the chance to put theory into practice, and work with experienced mentors to explore career development.

Event Contact Person-NTU OIA Head of Global Relation
吳霽儒 Johnny Wu
02-3366-2007 ext. 223

IOG-Public Relations Executive
李尹琦 Renata Lee
renata.lee@iovtec.com.tw
+886 2-2222-8936 #115

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