Career Day and Alumni Expo at the Rákóczi College
Career Day and Alumni Expo were held at the Ferenc Rákóczi II Transcarpathian Hungarian College on 28 April.
The aim of the event was to facilitate job search and develop the culture of job placement with interesting labour market presentations.
István Csernicskó, Rector of the Rákóczi College, welcomed the participants.
“When I think that this academic year our institution has almost 1300 students, and when I think that hundreds of students have graduated from our college in recent years, I feel proud. I am proud that in this academic year there are about 600 former students working in almost 150 public educational institutions in Transcarpathia. For me, this shows that it makes sense to study and to start searching and finding oneself,”
The opening ceremony was followed by presentations. István Gogola gave a presentation on Conscious and effective career planning. He was followed by Zoltán Karmacsi, who presented the basic requirements for writing a successful CV. Then Irénke Nagy gave a career presentation. The next presentation was The importance of foreign language in the labour market by László Szilágyi. Krisztina Hiába’s presentation entitled What does our appearance say? – style advice for job interviews showed us what to wear for interviews, followed by Zita Bocskor (Szedlákovics), whose career was also presented. The last speaker of the day was Katalin Dudics, who gave a presentation on Career planning with a degree in philology.
During the lectures, former students of the Rákóczi College presented their successful products and services. We could taste delicious desserts offered by Vanessza Balogh Kerek and Ildikó Puskás, handcrafted jams by Zsuzsanna Bábel, delicious honeys by Zoltán Szűcs, domestic wines by Gabriella Roszoha Varga. We were able to see flower arrangements by Kitti Tóth (Bihari), crocheted toys by Adrienn Varga, yarn creations by Andrea Molnár, micro-embroidered jewellery by Henrietta Molnár, wonderful accessories by Ilona Ködöböcz-Gerzsenyi, embroidered dresses by Katalin Szedlák and György Barna, knitted cardigans by Eszter Szedlák. We could choose from the offer of the Donum 4U gift shop, presented by owner György Lengyel. We could also choose from Katalin and István Somi’s handicraft products, Adrienn Szarka’s crocheted toys, Irénke Derceni’s beadwork, Renáta Vince-Gécse’s embroidered paintings and gingerbreads. We were able to admire the fashion designer show of the Egán Ede Vocational Training Center in Tiszapéterfalva.
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