DKU and Seven Eleven, A New Way to Start Your Career

기사승인 [402호] 2023.05.01  

▲ A Photo of Dankook University and Korea Seven Concluding to Support Start-up (Photo from DKU Portal)

   Korea Seven, the company that manages the 7 ELEVEN franchise convenience stores, plans to enter into a contract with Dankook University (DKU) to support students and graduates interested in wholesale and retail distribution. The contract is expected to provide a valuable opportunity for Dankookians to prepare for their future careers.

Under the terms of the agreement, DKU has agreed to provide financial support for starting expenses to Dankookians who are interested in starting their businesses. Additionally, DKU and Korea Seven will offer support funds and administrative guidance to all Dankookians. Starting a business can be a challenging and daunting task, especially for students and recent graduates. So, DKU recognizes these difficulties and aims to provide valuable resources and information to help alleviate some of the barriers to entry. Last month, DKU hosted a start-up fair for Seven Eleven, which provided information on how to apply for and operate a store, as well as the benefits of doing so. Although the fair has ended, Dankookians can still access the information that was presented through the Dankook Job Center. This means a chance for the start-up is opened to every Dankookians.

   The new contract between Korea Seven and DKU offers a unique chance for Dankookians to pursue their entrepreneurial dreams. The Dankook Herald encourages all interested students and graduates to take advantage of this opportunity. For more information, you can get more information by calling 031-8005-2512~2516 on Jukjeon Campus or 041-550-1332~1334 on Cheonan Campus.


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