The Career and Entrepreneurship Center held a 2019 Entering the World of Work Training (PMDK) event with the theme "Preparing Competitive and Ready-to-Work Alumni" which was held on Wednesday, November 13, 2019 at the Convention Hall at UMA Campus Rectorate Building.
The event was attended and opened directly by the Rector of the Medan Area University Prof. Dr. Dadan Ramdan M.Eng, M.Sc, Ka. Center of Career and Entrepreneurship Ahmad Prayudi, SE, MM, Ka. BAK Sri Irawati, S. Sos, MAP., Vice Deans of Student Affairs, lecturers and Graduation Candidates for Period II 2019.
The speakers who attended the 2019 Mamasuki World Work Training (PMDK) Mr. Sunarto who explained "How To Success Career", Mr. Ferri Effendi explained about "Attitude Is The Key For Success" and Ka. PKK Mr. Ahmad Prayudi also participated as a speaker at the 2019 PMDK event describing the "Challenges of Millennial Work".
The Chancellor of Medan Area University said in his remarks, competition entering the workforce was now increasingly stringent following the demands of the job market expecting tough job candidates. In the future, university graduates will be accepted into the job market with outstanding graduates. For this reason, UMA graduates must be prepared to compete if they want to get a job. The key word must be achievement, "said Prof. Dadan.
UMA Chancellor reminded, to face the challenges of the industrial revolution 4.0, UMA graduates should not be satisfied with their possessed S1 diplomas. But it must continue to push themselves, always develop career abilities. Achievement must start with self-discipline such as a four-year graduation program for undergraduate students. And a UMA scholar must have competence and excellence, "he said.
Previous Ka. UMA PKK Ahmad Prayudi, SE, MM said that the 2019 PMDK was attended by 406 graduates and graduated on 23 November. PMDK is a routine agenda of the university for prospective graduates. This activity will continue to be evaluated and become a priority of the university so that it becomes a new color. Hopefully the graduates will not only excel in the world of work but will be able to innovate and be creative, especially in responding to the demands of the workforce, "said Ka. PKK UMA.