(L-R), LG Electronics Air Solution Product Manager Yeonguk Yun explains some of the LG Electronics air solutions technology to Kenyatta University students Shirleen Mwangi and Georgina Muringo from the Korean Language & Culture Center (Nairobi King Sejong Institute). This took place during an excursion at LG offices by students from the said school, providing an opportunity for the LG team to introduce the students to the Korean work environment.
(L-R), LG Electronics Air Solution Product Manager Yeonguk Yun explains some of the LG Electronics air solutions technology to Kenyatta University students Shirleen Mwangi and Georgina Muringo from the Korean Language & Culture Center (Nairobi King Sejong Institute). This took place during an excursion at LG offices by students from the said school, providing an opportunity for the LG team to introduce the students to the Korean work environment. PHOTO/COURTESY

LG Reinforces Commitment to Mentor Kenyan Students Towards Rewarding Career Paths

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Leading electronics manufacturer LG has reaffirmed its dedication to fostering the professional growth of university students in Kenya through guidance on career paths and opportunities in both local and international markets.

 

This commitment was emphasized during a special visit to LG’s offices in Nairobi by students from the Korean Language & Culture Center (Nairobi King Sejong Institute) of the Kenyatta University. The students had a unique opportunity to engage with LG teams based in Nairobi.

 

The excursion was designed to achieve multiple objectives. Firstly, it aimed to bolster the interest in Korean companies among the participating students, thus inspiring and motivating intermediate learners who aspire to pursue careers within Korean corporations like LG to delve deeper into learning the Korean language.

 

(L-R), LG Electronics Air Solution Product Manager Yeonguk Yun explains some of the LG Electronics air solutions technology to Korean Language & Culture Centre - K.U lecturer Yeonguk Yun and LG Electronics B2B Technical Manager Raja Durai. This took place during an excursion at LG offices by students from the said school, providing an opportunity for the LG team to introduce the students to the Korean work environment.
(L-R), LG Electronics Air Solution Product Manager Yeonguk Yun explains some of the LG Electronics air solutions technology to Korean Language & Culture Centre – K.U lecturer Yeonguk Yun and LG Electronics B2B Technical Manager Raja Durai. This took place during an excursion at LG offices by students from the said school, providing an opportunity for the LG team to introduce the students to the Korean work environment. PHOTO/COURTESY

 

Moreover, the event provided a platform for the students to interact directly with LG teams, facilitating invaluable insights into practical work experiences within the organization. A South Korean multi-national conglomerate, LG employs individuals from diverse backgrounds and nationalities. By hearing firsthand accounts of these LG teams, the students gained invaluable knowledge and inspiration for their future career paths.

 

โ€œWe are committed to nurturing talent and fostering meaningful connections between Kenyan students and Korean corporations like LG. By providing platforms for interaction, learning, and mentorship, we aim to empower the next generation of professionals to pursue opportunities locally and abroad,โ€

said LGโ€™s Managing Director for East Africa, Dongwon Lee.

 

(L-R), LG Electronics Air Solutions Product Marketer Hiram Macharia explains some of the LG Electronics air solutions technology to Kenyatta University students Shirleen Mwangi and Georgina Muringo from the Korean Language & Culture Center (Nairobi King Sejong Institute). This took place during an excursion at LG offices by students from the said school, providing an opportunity for the LG team to introduce the students to the Korean work environment.
(L-R), LG Electronics Air Solutions Product Marketer Hiram Macharia explains some of the LG Electronics air solutions technology to Kenyatta University students Shirleen Mwangi and Georgina Muringo from the Korean Language & Culture Center (Nairobi King Sejong Institute). This took place during an excursion at LG offices by students from the said school, providing an opportunity for the LG team to introduce the students to the Korean work environment. PHOTO/COURTESY

 

Meanwhile, the visit became an opportune moment for the students to witness firsthand how different LG teams work together to deliver unparalleled experiences for consumers of its market-leading products in Kenya.


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