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School of Law & Public Administration Holds Experience Share Meeting with Excellent Alumni

2020-11-10 15:18:01

On October30, HUTBheld the 142th“Lushan Alumni and Entrepreneur Forum” in the Multifunctional Lecture Hall of the North Campus. To help the undergraduate class of 2024 better plan their study and employment, and improve their employability and vocational skills, the School of Law & Public Administration specially invited Zhang Linyan, Zhu Bairan, Song Xiaoying, Tang Nenggan, Xie Bang, Duan Xufeng, Zhang Tao, and other outstanding alumni to share their experience in career planning. This meeting was presided over by Yuan Lu, Vice Party Sectary General of the School. Over 200 people, including teacher representatives, undergraduate class of 2024 majoring in law and other subjects, attended the lecture.

 


At the meeting, Zhang Linyan emphasized that college students should establish correct values, have strong enterprising spirit, and study and live with confidence. Song Xiaoying held that college students should set correct goals, form the concept of lifelong learning, cultivate independent thinking, and strengthen their conviction. Tang Nenggan and Zhu Bairan put forward suggestions and opinions on how to live a full and positive university life, and encouraged students to study hard and try boldly. Xie Bang analyzed the advantages of the law major and hoped that the students can stay true to their original aspirations and hold firm beliefs. Duan Xufeng shared his views on the reasons to choose the law major and future career choices. Zhang Tao took his own experience as an example to tell students how to transform from a college student to an intern lawyer, how to shift from student thinking to employee thinking, and how to keep their feet in the workplace.

 

In the end, Ms. Yuan Lu encouraged the students to follow the example of outstanding alumni to achieve better selves in HUTB. This meeting that went on in a pleasant atmosphere has made the students aware of the importance of career planning in their personal growth. That helps encourage students to improve their comprehensive literacy and to prepare for the career development four years later. (Written by Tang Can and Photo by Li Wei from School of Law & Public Administration)

 

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