The eighth annual event hosted by the Education Ministry invites some 150,000 teenagers to experience different job and career opportunities, with some 120 companies participating.
|Asiana Airlines CEO Han Chang-soo (sixth from left in second row) poses for a photo at the exhibition with students at Kintex in Ilsan on Wednesday. (Asiana Airlines)|
Asiana has been taking part in the exhibition for eight consecutive years, hoping to nurture talent in the aviation industry, the air carrier said in a statement.
An average of 4,000 students visit Asiana’s job experience booth each year, it added.
Students will have a chance to learn in-flight service and emergency treatment skills including using oxygen masks and life jackets, donned in Asiana’s uniform. Asiana employees will also hold mentoring session to help students who are considering a future in the aviation industry.
“It is meaningful for us to offer youths with a chance to set goals for their future career. We will continue to offer educational support to nurture them into leaders in the aviation industry,” said Asiana Airlines CEO Han Chang-soo.
By Kim Da-sol (email@example.com)