About 100,000 students participated in the online resume creation competition
Candidates registered in the “Youth to create the face of 2022” competition will receive a free domain name and a personal CV will be created.
Organized by the Central Vietnam Youth Union in cooperation with Mat Bao, the competition attracted nearly 100,000 youth and students nationwide. The representative of the organizers said that while modern technologies offer many opportunities, they also create many challenges. Digital transformation and the technology revolution 4.0 are gradually changing traditional relationships between companies and organizations and individuals. Models and platforms for personal branding and branding are also becoming more diverse in form and content and for many different target groups.
Mr. Huynh Ngoc Duy, Director of Mat Bao Co., Ltd. said, “Vietnamese students and young people have a lot of courage and want to express their ideas. So I think this competition will be a basis to help them. Approaching technology is a basis for self-improvement.”
In particular, “To create a digital face of Youth 2022” helps students to create an online profile and CV online, using new technologies that are easily accessible for all audiences. In the early days, the difficulty of the program was that the competition’s audience was young people and students. However, they still believe that domain names and websites require some programming skills.
According to Huynh Ngoc Duy, when most people think of web development, it’s only for those who know how to code. This makes it difficult for producers to reach different target groups. In order to break down these prejudices, the group has carried out several activities such as webinars, school lectures and promoting communication in youth associations. These efforts bring a new approach to technology to build websites in the new age.
“We received a lot of positive feedback from students and university leaders and hope to repeat this competition,” said Duy.
Along with the competition, Matt Bao wants young people and students to have easy access to modern, yet practical platforms and tools.
After four weeks of preliminary work, the program received many top-class candidates, including candidates with no programming experience. According to the demand from students, universities and youth organizations, the competition will continue until the end of September.
The analysis, background and results of the competition show that students and young people without programming training can also design and establish themselves on the Internet. In addition to awards, the program offers students the opportunity to network with professionals and a rewarding playground.
“Besides the desire to find exciting young faces, we are gradually bringing digital transformation solutions to consumers to create a sense of identity for students online. We plan to offer more programs for children in the future,” Mr. Huynh Ngoc Duy said.