New employees of Hyundai Engineering and Construction has taken the first step in society through global corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities.
Its 95 new employees produced 1,500 solar lanterns for children in the Yangon region, an industrial zone in Myanmar, in cooperation with Miral Welfare Foundation on Feb. 11.
In addition, Hyundai E&C provided a global citizenship education program to its new employees in order to help them understand the meaning, need and transfer process of lanterns as well as various cultural aspects of other countries.
Previously, the company’s six interns with the Brazilian nationality produced “hope t-shirts” for residents of climate disaster areas in the Philippines and delivered to the Korea Disaster Relief Association on Feb. 1. The hope t-shirts will be sent to residents in the Philippines, who suffer from disasters due to the dramatic climate change.
The Brazilian internship, which started taking place biannually from 2012, was held for four weeks from Jan. 11 to Feb. 5. During the period, the Brazilian interns visited the domestic infrastructure environments and construction sites and experienced Korean culture.