▲ CLC being held in the lecture room. Photographed by Kim Yeojeong
The 15th Career Leadership Camp (CLC) was held in Daewoong Management Development Institute for five days starting from July 23. Hosted by Korea University (KU) Career Development Center and LINC Plus Agency, an organization that targets to foster industry-leading universities, the camp aims at helping KU students to proactively pursue their careers.
On the first day in CLC, the lecture was given at the CJ Law Hall in KU. After a brief introduction about the camp, students had an opportunity to analyze their personality types by going through the Enneagram test. After that, students went on to engage in the team building program, where they could meet their group members who will be working together for the next four days. Starting from the second day, the five groups in total toiled at the given tasks designed to set up their goals and visions. For instance, “Life Book Chapter” program made them look far back on the past, picture themselves in the future and write about the imaginations in the present tense, as if they were real.
“Even though it was demanding to finish the tasks given every day, CLC gave me quite a lift in that I could continuously explore my career path with the group members and other KU students,” said Youn Bohyun (’18, English Language and Literature). Held during every break season, CLC offers KU students with the chance to navigate their future.