(Taean = International News) Reporter Choi Byung-min = Korea Western Power (President Hyung-duk Park) is accelerating job creation by inviting new public institutions to participate to support small businesses in the Chungcheong region and to revitalize start-ups.
Western Power, the organizer of the agreement, and seven public institutions in Daejeon and Chungcheong signed an MOU on the 29th of the ‘Job Creation Council for Daejeon and Chungcheong Public Institutions’.
The agreement was conducted non-face-to-face in compliance with social distancing guidelines to prevent the spread of the fourth COVID-19 pandemic.
In this agreement, the Small Business Market Promotion Agency and the Startup Promotion Agency newly joined, and in July last year, Korea Western Power, the National Railroad Corporation, Korea Gas Technology Corporation, Korea Water Resources Corporation, Korea Mint Corporation, and Korea Railroad Corporation signed the agreement. A total of eight institutions have joined forces with one institution.
In particular, the newly joined Small Business Market Promotion Agency and the Startup Promotion Agency are promoting a business to support small businesses and start-up economy that are in crisis due to the spread of Corona 19, so the scope of activities of the council is expected to expand further.
In the future, these public institutions will continue to ▲projects to revitalize the local economy by supporting employment stability of local businesses and residents ▲job creation projects to support the employment and start-up of local talents ▲job creation projects to support the employment and start-ups of the underprivileged ▲training in local areas We will work together with organizations to create jobs.
First of all, this year, the ’employment mentoring program’ to nurture local talent and the ‘in-house venture revitalization and preliminary entrepreneur support project’ to create a foundation for start-ups are planned.
In addition, the Daejeon and Chungcheong Public Institutions Job Creation Council signed a ‘business agreement on job creation for self-support projects’ with the Korea Self-Support Welfare Development Institute, an organization in charge of self-support projects.
Organizations participating in the agreement plan to receive services and products from local self-support centers and self-support companies in the future, and to develop high-quality job models for the underprivileged.
In particular, the ‘self-support group business trip car wash project’ to create jobs for the underprivileged will be promoted within this year.
Kim Jong-gyun, head of the social value promotion office at Western Power, said, “I am very proud that more public institutions are participating to find local jobs. said.
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