AmCham Mentor Day 2019


ULAANBAATAR, Mongolia – The American Chamber of Commerce in Mongolia (AmCham) organized its annual Corporate Social Responsibility initiative, AmCham Mentor Day 2019, on March 30, 2019, at Khan Bank Tower.

AmCham Mentor Day 2019 is a day-long mentoring event that provides third and fourth year university students the opportunity to learn and hear about personal development, mentorship, and success from the leading senior executives and human resources directors of AmCham member companies. The event program included inspirational talks from business leaders, resume development and interview strategies workshops, and teamwork exercises.

AmCham Mongolia is grateful to our speakers and panelists who were the executives representing prominent businesses in Mongolia, to our 10 HR directors for their invaluable help, and to our 100 university students who enthusiastically attended. The esteemed speakers and panelists were from Ard Finance, Khan Bank, MCS, ING, Herbalife Nutrition, and Porsche Centre. The workshops were led by HR specialists from our member companies; Khan Bank, Oyu Tolgoi, Ard Finance, Kempinski Hotel Khan Palace, Porsche, Herbalife Nutrition, and ING.

We want to especially thank our sponsors Herbalife Nutrition and Porsche Center for their generous support and to Khan Bank for providing us with the opportunity to host the event at Khan Bank Tower.

One of the honorable speakers was a U.S. Embassy representative, who gave a presentation on the opportunities available to students who wish to study abroad, namely in the U.S.

AmCham’s Chairman, Oybek Khalilov, said in his opening remarks, “AmCham is implementing our social corporate responsibility project by supporting the Mongolian youth, and helping them to develop their skills to become a competent and competitive workforce able to contribute to the country’s development.”

Contact AmCham Mongolia
Address: 8F, Naiman Zovkhis ("Eznis") Building 21 Seoul Street
Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Phone: (976) 70003437

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