Galaxy Entertainment Group has marked the ten year anniversary of its GEG Internship Program for local students, which was first launched in 2008.
With the annual program now in its 10th year, GEG said it is aiming to provide a wider range of opportunities for participants in a bid to deepen their understanding of the operations of integrated resorts, namely in business administration, hospitality, marketing and gaming.
During the course of this year’s program, interns were exposed to various facets of operations through job rotation across several departments.
The program was organized by GEG together with the Labour Affairs Bureau for the first time this year, and some special education interns are set to join the GEG family after their graduation.
Earlier this week, GEG held its GEG Integrated Resort Internship Program Appreciation Gathering 2018 at Banyan Tree Macau, with several GEG executives, GEG department representatives and guests from several educational institutes in attendance to recognize the efforts and achievements of all the interns.
To support the talent development in Macau, GEG says it has set over 560 tertiary education-level students and 50 secondary school students with special needs on course for a successful future by providing them with training and job opportunities.
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