An International Organization Sent a Letter Praising CNU Interns2021-05-06

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  Several days ago, CNU received a letter from the Learning Disabilities Worldwide to praise Wu Haoyi and Xu Danyang, Class 2018 students from the Honours College, for their excellent internship work.

  In February this year, these two students worked as a remote intern for 2-3 month in the Learning Disabilities Worldwide, where they mainly translated a series of books for the organization. The Learning Disabilities Worldwide said it would highlight these two students’ special contributions to Chinese translation in relevant books.

  Internship in an international organization is not only a practice, but also a life experience and a lifetime treasure. Through her internship for translating books, Wu Haoyi realizes that children who look in dire need of help, in fact, are stronger than many people. Even if they are filled with helplessness or depression, they can still face difficulties at ease and actively voice for themselves. They can even help others and bring warmth and love to others. During the two-month internship, Xu Danyang was faced with different challenges almost every day. However, in the face of difficulties, everyone united closely and forged ahead to facilitate the translation progress to the greatest extent and make efforts to achieve the common goal. This internship teaches her to think and practice the important mission of the future well-being of mankind from a higher perspective.

  Since CNU was successfully approved as a high-level international talents cultivation, innovation and practice base in August 2020, through the cooperation with the Global Cultural Adventurers (GCA), 29 CNU students have worked as an intern in international organizations.

  Founded in 1965, the Learning Disabilities Worldwide is committed to improving education for people with learning disabilities and other related disabilities. Its members include world-renowned experts and scholars, pre-service teachers, general education teachers, special education teachers, team coaches, clinicians, counselors, administrators, medical and mental health professionals, people with learning disabilities, their parents and family members.