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Plan of University Graduated Volunteers Serving Western China Development (UGV) Program

This Plan helps poverty stricken areas in western China develop education, public health, agricultural technology and poverty alleviation cause by introducing college students to western China, to basic level units and to the places where our nation needs them most. It also helps college students expand employment opportunities and possibilities to start a business, developing them into outstanding people with modern knowledge on culture and science, with work experience in basic units and with a strong sense of social obligation.
— theme: Youth Employment, Entering the World of Work, Most vulnerable Youth
— country: China, Asia, East Asia

This Plan helps poverty stricken areas in western China develop education, public health, agricultural technology and poverty alleviation cause by introducing college students to western China, to basic level units and to the places where our nation needs them most. It also helps college students expand employment opportunities and possibilities to start a business, developing them into outstanding people with modern knowledge on culture and science, with work experience in basic units and with a strong sense of social obligation.

Affiliation
Government
Address
Qianmen East Street 10, 
Postal Code 100051,
Beijing, China
Email Address
gqt@gqt.org.cn
Website
http://www.juneyao.com/English/culture/gcgs.htm

     1. Source of funding

Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Personnel

     2. Mission and Objectives

For university graduates to serve western China and make contribution in the places where our nation needs them most.

     1. This Plan helps poverty stricken areas in western China develop education, public health, agricultural technology and poverty alleviation. 
     2. It also helps college students expand employment opportunities and possibilities to start a business, developing them into outstanding people with modern knowledge on culture and science, with work experience in basic skills and with a strong sense of social responsibility.

     3. Areas of work relating to youth employment

Youth skills and employability and School-to-work transition

     4. Partners and areas of partnerships

Central Committee of the Communist Youth League of China, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Personnel

     5. Potential or existing partnership with the ILO

 

     6.  Successful youth employment interventions

Every year it selects a number of university graduates through various means such as public recruitment, application, recommendation and assignment, to work as volunteers in poor counties and towns in western China in the areas of education, agricultural technology, poverty alleviation and youth centre construction etc. for a period of one or two years. After the volunteering term is over, they are encouraged to settled down, or choose their own career or seek job opportunities. In order to encourage university graduates to participate in the project, the announcement stated that apart from state preferential policies for university graduates, the volunteers participating in Plan will also receive policy support from certain government departments. University and society are encouraged to offer help and support to the university graduated volunteers concerning their work, life, study, employment and business.

 

 

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