Mangaluru: St Joseph Engineering College introduces webinar on kickstarting career


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Mangaluru, Jun 16: In the present day scenario of life amidst COVID-19 which is filled with uncertainty, it is quite natural for students pursuing professional courses to be apprehensive about their career prospects.

To throw some light on things to expect and ways to navigate post-education experience, the Industry and Innovation Group of St Joseph Engineering College (SJEC), here, will host a webinar titled 'Kickstarting Your Career 101' by its alumni, Anoop D’Souza, Lead of Commercial Team at Kellogg’s (Germany & Austria) on Friday June 19 from 4.30 pm to 5.30 pm.

Anoop D'Souza is an alumnus of SJEC from the Electronics and Communication Engineering Class of 2006. He is an experienced Finance Manager with key strengths in analytics, business management, people management and critical thinking apart from being well-versed in managing both start-ups and large matrixed organizations. Having been a part of companies such as Amazon, Procter & Gamble, Tesco and Huawei, Anoop has acquired vast global exposure on technical, financial and leadership roles.

Anyone interested may attend this webinar by registering on the following link and be benefited from this unique opportunity.

https://bit.ly/kickstarting-career-sjec

 

  

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