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Seven-Eleven Japan to accept interns from Vietnam universities

Jiji PressTOKYO (Jiji Press) — Major convenience store chain operator Seven-Eleven Japan Co. said Thursday that it will start accepting students from Vietnamese universities for its internship program.

The unit of Seven & i Holdings Co. plans to provide the interns with useful work experience in convenience store operations.

Through the move, Seven-Eleven Japan aims to improve its corporate image and open future employment opportunities for the interns.

For the internship program, the company joined hands with six major universities in Vietnam. More than 10 students will learn about accounting, merchandise management and marketing at stores mainly in Tokyo metropolitan area for a period of up to one year.

Working together with O-hara Gakuen, an operator of vocational schools for bookkeeping, Seven-Eleven Japan will also consider enabling the interns to take courses.Speech

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