Advanced Engineering Organized a Webinar on 'Career Prospects through Volunteering'
Posted on May 03, 2021
"Volunteering is at the core of being a human. No one has made it through life without someone else’s help."
Considering the similar enthusiasm and inclination of a changemaker, Advanced College of Engineering & Management (acem) in partnership with United Nations Volunteering (UNV), Nepal organized a webinar on 'Career Prospects through Volunteering'.
The virtual event was conducted on April 30, 2021, it went live for an hour and fifteen minutes where thousands of live audiences were connected via Zoom and Facebook.
The primary aim of the program was to encourage youth in volunteering and at the same time to boost up their career as well. Experts like Mr. Dmitry Frischin, UNV Regional Portfolio Manager of Thailand, Mr. Matt Tully, Acting Country Director of Peace Corps Nepal provided guidelines on entrepreneurship as well as volunteering. The entire session was moderated by Dr. Prative Pandey, young scientist of Nepal and also a member of Research & Innovation Unit (RIU) of acem.
Both of the intellectuals dealt with varied range of questions regarding pandemic, education and age barrier in volunteering alongside many others. Mr. Ramesh Silwal, chairperson of acem expressed his gratitude towards the international guests for their effort and also shared his concern for the youth interested in volunteering.
Executive director of acem, Mr. Kapil Dev Regmi not just described the expanding horizon of research projects in acem but also promised that such career-focused humanitarian programs will be organized by acem in future as well.