The traditional annual “Fair of Graduates” was held at KSIU on April 20. Representatives of more than twenty enterprises and organizations met with students completing their studies at the university. Among them – “ArcelorMittal Temirtau”, Tekeli Mining and Processing Plant, Temirtau Electrometallurgical Combine, “Avangard-Story” LLP, the largest banks of Kazakhstan, city employment center, tax administration and others.
Employers studied the resume of graduates, assessed their business qualities, conducted a comparative analysis of candidates and offered their working conditions. The students got acquainted with the available vacancies and asked questions concerning the list of duties, wages, career prospects and social guarantees.
Within the framework of the fair, a roundtable was held, at which topical problems of finding young professionals and their adaptation in the labor market, promising areas of cooperation between the executive authorities, employment centers, employers and educational institutions were considered.
Following the results of the work of the Fair “Graduate-2018” five people were invited to an interview the same day, and 27 graduates – specific job offers.
Ulyana Sharafutdinova, “Accounting and Audit-14” group:
– At the fair, I found out which organizations require employees, took their data. But I’ll go to work when I have a higher education diploma. And it is desirable to get training on the courses of “1c-accounting” – then it is more likely to get a job immediately for a good job.
Ruslan Kudaibergenov, “Economics-14” group:
– Holding such job fairs is a very necessary thing. It is good that the university helps us in finding a job. It is very convenient when all employers gather at the same time – there is no need to waste time on traveling to different parts of the city in different organizations. We submitted our CVs electronically in advance, so all employers had such a collection. At the fair, we for a short time learned the list of vacancies and requirements. Personally, I particularly liked the offer of “ArcelorMittal Temirtau” about passing a three-year training program “TOP100 engineers”, after which it is possible to find employment at the plant. I’m still thinking about several options, which I learned about today.
Indira Stamkulova, group “Material Science and Technology of New Materials-14”:
– The fair helped me to know what variety of enterprises exist in our region and made it clear that my specialty is in demand in the labor market. There have been many interesting proposals that I can consider for future employment.
Press-service of KSIU