MCC welcomed over 70 Ton Duc Thang university students to factory tour

MCC extended a hearty welcome to 70 Business Administration students and two Human Resource Management faculty members.

A factory tour of Calofic, MCC, and NDFC at the Hiep Phuoc Industrial Park in Ho Chi Minh City’s Nha Be District was organized for Ton Duc Thang University’s Faculty of Business Administration students on December 21, 2018. In addition to helping students get their bearings and gain valuable experience, the trip also serves as a springboard for finding future internships and employment possibilities.

MCC extended a hearty welcome to 70 Business Administration students and two Human Resource Management faculty members. Mr. Co Dinh Huy, MCC Plant Manager, accompanied the group personally to tour the facility, present the production, and discuss his experiences working at MCC.

The tour is one of several initiatives that demonstrate the university’s goal to maintain a strong bond between the Company with university students (potential candidates), who were able to obtain answers to all of their inquiries about food production process through a field trip to the headquarters, manufacturing, packaging, and warehouse facilities, as well as the Research & Development department, a central creativity hub for all MCC products.

With enlightening anecdotes and examples of how various departments operate and how their cultures fit into the overall corporate culture, students were able to better situate themselves and learn more about the career options accessible to them after graduation. Toward the conclusion, several acknowledged that they had been intrinsically motivated harder to become the next generation of MCC family members.

With this recognition in mind, MCC has made a concerted effort to invest in building future human resources. Throughout the year, MCC’s executives and department heads invite students from area schools to tour the plant. In addition to providing students with valuable work experience, MCC hopes that this event will serve as a lasting impression in the lives of students as they grow up.

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