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Yi Xin (Catherine) How, Bachelor of Accounting (Minors in Finance and Economic Studies)

Yi Xin (Catherine) How

Bachelor of Accounting (Minors in Finance and Economic Studies)

Yi Chin Catherine Howimg 6931The CBE Internship Program has been the best part of my degree. Currently interning at Canberra Business Chamber, I’ve been exposed to a professional work environment in which I’m provided with guidance and support by my supervisor not only on my project, but also my personal development.

This internship experience has given me a deep insight into the winding-up process of incorporated associations which is the focus of my project. I’m also given the opportunity to apply my knowledge learnt at university to my job, from which I derive much satisfaction while spicing up my learning experience!

Most importantly, in terms of personal development, I find myself with improved communication skills, adaptability and problem solving skills as a result of the internship. These soft skills are of utmost importance when it comes to setting one apart from other graduates, and one can never improve in this aspect without any practical experience, which is the core focus of the CBE Internship Program.

I think stepping out of my comfort zone to take up this program is the smartest move ever I’ve made for my future career.

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