What we offer
Chinachem Group’s internship programme offers you first-hand experience of what it’s like to work for a corporation that’s uniquely positioned in the multifaceted industry.
You’ll gain unparalleled exposure to our diversified portfolio ranging from commercial properties and shared economy initiatives to sustainability programmes, urban-rural integration projects and cultural heritage management. That means you’ll see a bigger world and be better prepared for your future, no matter in which industry you eventually choose to develop your career after graduation.
What’s more, you’ll be immersed in a corporate culture that places equal emphasis on people, prosperity and planet, giving you valuable insight into how sound business decisions can be made for the best interests of the community and the environment.
In short, the internship is an eye-opener that’s carefully designed to unlock your full potential.
How you will develop
You will start the eight-week internship with a specially designed orientation programme that will walk you through our business strategies, brand image and vision.
You will be assigned to a designated department. Supported by highly motivated managers, you will be encouraged to share your ideas and contribute to real-world projects. Your line manager will be there to help you to be the best you can be.
You will receive a host of soft skills trainings (i.e., business presentation and effective communications) and be able to build your skills. You will also attend exclusive sharing sessions delivered by our management and young managers to learn from their success stories and best practice.
Over the course of the programme, you will enjoy ample teambuilding opportunities to build network, both professional and personal, with peers from across the Group.
Multi award winning workplace environment designs M Moser Associates have transformed the headquarter offices of the Chinachem Group. Natural materials, significantly enhanced air quality, social hubs on every floor, fully height adjustable desks, and vast volumes of daylight make this space feel “more like a home than a workplace”, according to CEO Donald Choi.