Paradise Casino Walkerhill holds event for Mongolian students in Seoul
Published : Oct 31, 2019 - 14:59
Updated : Oct 31, 2019 - 14:59

 Paradise Casino Walkerhill’s chief Park Byeong-ryong held a community event with Mongolian students living in Korea, to improve their occupational aptitude and career trajectory, the company said Thursday.

According to the foreigner-only casino operator, its employees and 60 students from International Mongolia School gathered at vocational school KidZania in Seoul on Wednesday to participate in job-searching programs.

The students received advice about their career paths through job simulations, such as those related to police, firefighters, doctors, cooks and news anchors.

Paradise Casino Walkerhill officials and students from International Mongolia School visit vocational school KidZania on Wednesday to participate in career development programs. Paradise Casino Walkerhill

“Based on our constant engagement with International Mongolia School, we have been providing extensive community programs,” said Park. “I hope this event would help the students find better jobs and achieve their dreams.”

Paradise Casino Walkerhil has supported Mongolian students since 2018 with educational and social welfare projects. It has donated books, sponsored sports events and launched cultural awareness programs.