Carmaker supports kids entering vocational schools
Hyundai Motor selected 100 students who will enter so called meister vocational high schools as part of its 10-year plan to support 1,000 students attending such schools and train technicians in the next 10 years, the company said yesterday.
Meister means master in German.
The country’s leading automaker intends to financially support the students for two years while they attend the schools. The 100 students will receive intensive training in automotive technology such as molding.
The company will offer them a total of 5 million won ($4,400) until they graduate.
After graduation and military service, they will be hired by Hyundai if they meet certain criteria.
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