Grooming talents from underprivileged backgrounds


Inked: (from left) SEGi College Subang Jaya deputy principal Calvin Chan and chief executive officer Dr Lisa Tan with Yayasan KRU president Datuk Norman Abdul Halim and general manager Noor Hafeez posing for a photo after the MoU signing ceremony.

TO raise employment opportunities for students from low-income (B40) families, a memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed between SEGi Group of Colleges and Yayasan KRU.

The MoU, SEGi said in a press release, gives its Faculty of Creative Arts and Design students access to diploma programmes, internships and job placements at KRU Academy – a vocational college specialising in entrepreneurial and creative skills development.

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