Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Graduates' Tea 2009

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Bismillāh ar-Rahmān ar-Rahīm In the name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful Have you recently smelled the sweet smell of graduation freedom? Free now from the binds & rigor of tertiary education & yet tasting your long-awaited accomplishment with low spirits? Mendaki Club hears you! The President of Mendaki Club  wrote "I was fortunate to graduate at a time that was less difficult for the global economy, and I know that many of you will feel that you face several challenges now. Many of these are significant, but can in fact be dealt with if you have the right aptitudes and attitudes." That sums up the theme for this year's Graduates' Tea that will be held at Furama Riverfront Hotel this 11th July 2009. If you are a local or overseas graduate of Class 2007, 2008 or 2009, don't miss this opportunity for networking and also to hear from the professionals and to pick up certain valuable skills! The speakers for the evening would be Mr Zaqy Mohd, Mr Abdul Rahim Tahir, My Sujimy Mohd and Ms Haslinda Zamani. Check out their respective profiles here. We managed to get in touch with Ms Dian, the Chairman for the Graduates' Tea and asked her several questions. IsE: How would the graduates benefit by attending this session? Ms Dian: They will get to interact with professionals, maximise their career options and the professionals can help with their starting years. With the numbers attending, they will be able to widen their network & social circles and to know the key players in their respective fields. IsE: How would this year's tea session be different than the previous years? Ms Dian: For this year, the key message is to remain resilient. We want the graduates to know that they are like diamonds. Diamonds are resilient and even under much pressure, diamo [...]

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