Daily news – April 25th, 2022
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sommai Pivsa-Art, President of Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi (RMUTT) revealed the previous success of partnership between RMUTT and Department of International Trade Promotion, Ministry of Commerce to initiate the ‘From Gen Z to be CEO’ programme, a training event that provides, to the younger generation, entrepreneurial skills and gets them ready for quick-evolving world in Digital Age. Since more than 1,700 undergraduates of RMUTT participating the live event of ‘From Gen Z to be CEO’ through Zoom Webinar stream making RMUTT won their Outstanding Institute for Young Entrepreneur Promotion award while two of their two undergraduate students also got their highest scores to receive intern scholarships from the Department of International Trade Promotion to join DITP in Vienna and Biz Club Company in Thailand.
In 2022, RMUTT initiated a continuous project that is meant to be truly beneficial for university students with approval of Ministry of Commerce which was later becoming expansion projects at 9 RMUT universities aiming to help RMUTT students gain entrepreneurial skills and get them ready for future career. Hopefully, towards the end of the project, over 6,000 students would have been participating in the program.
Director of Office of Academic Resource and Information Technology, Mr. Niti Witthayawiroj who was responsible for leading the ‘From Gen Z to be CEO’ revealed, “This program will be starting off at the end of this April. We have invited renowned guest lecturers to deliver talks including a creator and CEO of e-book store Ookbee, Mr. Nattawut Puengcharoenpong on ‘Export Business Experience’, a Chief Technology Officer of RS Groups, Dr. Prin Fuengwut on ‘Logistics & Online Business, Vice President of Thai Digital Trade Association, Mr. Pathom Intarodom on ‘Global Business Start-up Mindset’, etc. Individuals who complete a certificate program will receive a e-certificate diploma while intern scholarships in international renowned companies will also be rewarded for students from the top 100.