On December 15th, Round Table ‘Career Guidance Today: Requirements and Opportunities’ to Be Held as Part of Interactive Event ‘U-KINO’

On December 15th, the round table ‘Career Guidance Today: Requirements and Opportunities’ will be held as part of the two-day interactive event ‘U-KINO’ (Hall 2).

Organized by: the Ministry of Information Policy of Ukraine, the NGO ГЕРОЇ.ЮЕЙ (HEROES.UA).

Participants: Olena Dobrzhanska, moderator, Ass. Prof. at the Institute of International Relations of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv; Yaroslav Pilunskyi, author of the project Zhovtyi Avtobus (Yellow Bus), Ukrainian cameraman.

Representatives of the Ministry of Information Policy of Ukraine, officials of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, workers of universities, technical school, schools, members of educational projects, artistic circles and NGOs, businesspeople and media workers have been invited to the dialogue.

Additional information. The event aims to work out an effective algorithm of cooperation between educational establishments, state structures, NGOs, private companies, the population and international institutions for the purpoe of creating new models of modern career guidance in the field of visual communications.

In the course of the discussion, the volunteer project in the fields of culture and education, Zhovtyi Avtobus (Yellow Bus), will be presented.

The event is supported by the Democracy Small Grants Program of the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine. The views of the authors do not necessarily reflect the views of the official position of the U.S. Government.

Topics to be discussed:

– Media Pedagogy: From Theory to Practice

– Developing Creative Skills in Students as Career Guidance Work in the Field of Visual Communications

– Acquiring Creative Professions Skills at Universities

– National Cinematography as Source of Conceptual Forms

– Role of Education in the Upbringing of a Conscientious Citizen

Steering committee: (067) 983-45-92 (Yana Yuzhanina) or [email protected]

Media accreditation is mandatory via (067) 406-24-54 (Olesia Honchar) or [email protected]