Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company Armenia CJSC had made YSU Alumni and Career Center a proposal on cooperation and willingness to invite students to their office for a study visit.
Today, by the initiative of the Center, a group of students visited Coca-Cola Company. Students became more familiar with soft drinks, provided by many advertising posters and commercials.
Students learnt that at the Coca-Cola Company has got independent experts around the world. These experts, according to the principle of random selection, can check the quality of the Coca-Cola and find out how the given representation of the company remains faithful to the idea of producing high-quality beverage.
Students, who have tasted Coca Cola overseas, said that the taste of the drink in Armenia is a different one, and specialists explained this fact by a special taste of our water at the same time noting that the water undergoes processing prior to bottling.
Then students, without violating the rules of decorum, as befits polite guests, attended the production, saw in what conditions the famous drink is bottled and packed and finally delivered to the trade houses of our capital and regions.
According to the head of the personnel, the company employs students, too, combining work with education. Our students were also interested in the vacancies; many of them expressed a desire to make their first steps in the labor field in this well-known company. Students filled in the application forms, hoping to satisfy the stringent requirements of the company.
YSU Alumni and Career Center Deputy Director Karine Nazaryan said that if students express interest, then the visits will continue, as well as visits by certain specialized groups are possible, too.
As noted by Karine Nazaryan, such visits provide students with the opportunity to directly communicate with the employer and help them decide on applying for work in this organization.
Student group was accompanied by YSU Alumni and Career Center member of staff Lilit Hakobyan, who believes systematic visits raise the desire to work among students in parallel with their studies.