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First Group of CNU Interns for Beijing Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games Completed First Session of Internship2021-04-30

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  In the middle of April, CNU’s first group of interns for the Beijing Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games completed the first session of internship which lasted for six consecutive months.

  According to the Intern Enrollment Program of the Beijing Organising Committee for the 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, CNU enrolled two groups of interns, totaling 27, from full-time graduate students in 2019 and 2020, who mainly major in tourism management, education principles and foreign languages. The first group of interns went to the Beijing Organising Committee for the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games for the first session of internship in November 2020. According to their profession and personal characteristics, eight interns from the the College of Resource Environment and Tourism were assigned to different venues to provide services for test events. According to the plan, the first and second groups of interns will take part in the internship together during the Beijing Olympic Winter Games from September 2021 to March 2022.

  CNU attaches great importance to the training of interns for the Beijing Organizing Committee for the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games in an order-based way. The implementation of the Intern Enrollment Program is an important part of the talent development strategy of the Beijing Organizing Committee for the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games and higher education institutions. It is also an important measure to strengthen practical education, promote colleges and universities to deepen quality-oriented education, and innovate the talent training mode. CNU has actively cooperated with the Beijing Organizing Committee for the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games and the Beijing Municipal Education Commission for comprehensive services and talent training through multiple measures and coordination.