17.10.2017 | 
Education
VISIT TO COCA COLA COMPANY
VISIT TO COCA COLA COMPANY
YSU students got acquainted with the activities of Coca-Cola Company’s Armenian branch.

The visit was organized by the Alumni and Career Center. Center employee Seda Gabrielyan mentioned that such meetings are organized regularly: “This is our second visit in this academic year. There are vacancies in this company, and our graduates have the opportunity to work.”

Azatuhi Khachatryan, Coca-Cola Company’s Tour and Communication Specialist, presented the history of the company, its development stages and spoke about the current working strategy.


According to Azatuhi Khachatryan, they focus on ecologically clean production and implementation of environmental programs are aimed at the development of communities: “Apart from the above mentioned, other programs are aimed at helping young people develop leadership skills.”


Students toured the factory, got acquainted with the actual production process and directed their questions to the specialists. Those who wanted gave their resume in the company.


“It was a very cognitive meeting. It was interesting to get acquainted with the unfamiliar aspects of the famous company, to get acquainted with the working policy,” - said 3rd year student of YSU Faculty of Law Ani Arakelyan.

Seda Gabrielyan mentioned that their next visit to the company is scheduled for December.

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