Nearly one in ten interns will eventually get a full-time job with us.
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Lynn spent 3 months at the Shanghai office establishing collaboration with Chinese universities’ professors to joint-publish their research works. During her internship Lynn successfully signed up more than ten professors from top universities and led a team of other interns to widen the company’s contributors’ network.
Jeff produced fine works on several financial newswires. He had written unique pieces on China’s securities and market liberalization. Besides displaying enthusiasm in minting quality news stories he had also helped to offer sponsorships to universities in Macau and Hong Kong. Prior China Knowledge, Jeff had 6-month exchange program at Hong Kong Chinese University.
Michaela joined the social media marketing team managing the company’s daily publicity of financial stories on Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram and Twitter platforms. She worked closely with our financial news reporters in disseminating relevance stories to target social media audience.
Cheng spent his summer with us at our Shanghai office prior his pursue for a Master’s in Financial Engineering at University of Melbourne in Australia. He received his training at our financial data management after graduating with a degree in mathematics from Manchester University (UK).
Bobby received the sponsorship of “Overseas Entrepreneurship & Immersion Program” from National University of Singapore after passing rounds of challenging interviews. Like his previous cohorts who had joined China Knowledge, Bobby was able to establish collaborations with the press media and universities in Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia and Kazakhstan.
Tony was an outstanding performer in connecting with private equities in the U.S promoting China Knowledge’s brand and content. His contribution and professionalism is recognized with distinction. He led a team of four other interns in executing the global branding exercise in the U.S’s PE communities on social media platforms.