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Famsun kicks off 2020 Summer Training Camp

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Famsun will open the Summer Training Camp on July 5 at Yangzhou, China, to co-foster tomorrow’s workforce for China’s agri-food industry. This year the company will welcome 131 university students with the background of mechanical, food science, engineering, computer, automation, etc. The Chinese students will learn and live at the Famsun Business School for 40 days.

This is the second year of this training program that will provide the participants with 16 real-work projects with positions in R&D, engineering design, project construction management, marketing, etc. The trainees, most of them juniors from universities, will have the chance to work with FAMSUN experts in a real work environment, learn expertise and experience from mentors, develop new skills and expand knowledge and experience in cross fields. In addition to that, the students will be paid for their work and Famsun also will provide them accommodations, meals, books, tools, computers and uniforms during the training period.

Initiated by Famsun Business School and supported by a significant number of agri-related universities, the training program aims to showcase the various roles that the youth can play in the agri-food sector, provide them access to professional and up-skilling courses and help them to develop a rewarding career in the industry after graduation.

“Modern agri-food industry is thriving and offers amazing career opportunities for the youth to develop,” the company said. “Through this training program, we hope to encourage more and more young people to join this reputed sector, unlock its growth potentials and create a future of quality, health and sufficient food supply together.”

Supporting youth development will secure the long-term prosperity of agri-food industry and the business sustainability of Famsun as well. Most of the 27 excellent participants of last year’s Summer Training Camp had accepted Famsun’s offers. They will become the new blood of the company after receiving their university diplomas this summer.  

The company said it will continue to invest in the Summer Training Camp program, using its best efforts, resources and influences to provide more educational opportunities and career pathways for the future workforce.

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