Meet the Business First Hand program aims to provide support for students and recent graduates in developing the relevant knowledge and skills for future employment. The aim is achieved through half-day company visits to the renowned foreign investors and successful local companies whereby students can interact directly with top management. The program is implemented jointly since 2008 by AmCham and the Centre for Career Development of the University of Belgrade..
On December 16, 2010, AmCham and the Center for Career Development and Student Counseling of the University of Belgrade launched a program entitled “Kadar da budem kadar” (‘Qualified to be qualified` ) aimed at improving the employment skills of students and graduates and preparing them for the modern labor market. The “Kadar da budem kadar” program is to be held twice a year featuring a series of training courses on “soft” skills necessary for career development and professional success. The courses were conducted by AmCham HR Committee representatives, both HR managers and consultants..
On November 22, GroundLink hosted 22 final-year students as part of the “Meet the Business First Hand" program organized by AmCham Serbia and the University of Belgrade Centre for Career Development
From May 27 to 31, AmCham and the Center for Career Development and Student Counseling of the University of Belgrade organized, for the sixth time, the "Kadar da budem kadar" (Qualified to be Qualified) program for students and young graduates.
30.03.2013. | Belgrade
Final-year students visited one of leading global companies in energy management world. This visit was realized as part of the “Meet the Business First Hand” program implemented jointly by the American Chamber of Commerce in Serbia (AmCham) and the Centre for Career Development of the University of Belgrade.
26.12.2012. | Belgrade
Recognizing the need for preparing young and promising students and graduates of Belgrade University for the modern business environment, members of the AmCham HR Committee took part in the 5th cycle of the Qualify to be qualified (Kadar da budem kadar) program by holding soft skills training sessions for a new group of 30 selected young people.
30.11.2012. | Belgrade
American Chamber of Commerce and the Centre for Career Development of the University of Belgrade have organised a visit of 30 final-year students of the Faculty of Economy, Faculty of Philosophy, Faculty of Law and Faculty of Organisational Sciences to Japan Tobacco International in Belgrade, within the Meet Business First Hand program