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The Cross Cultural Internship Program (CCIP) hosted two orientations over the past weekend (Sat, July 9 and Sun, July 10), welcoming the arrival of the program's Session B students. The orientations took place at the Flushing YMCA's conference room. paste the exact same top portion of your press release.
FUSIA Communications hosted a Kickoff BBQ reception at the Flushing YMCA today, Friday, June 3, to celebrate the launch of the 2011 Cross Cultural Internship Program (CCIP). Entitled "Saying Hello to New York City", the purpose of the event was to introduce the CCIP participants, the next global generation, to the New York City community.
Safety is of utmost importance to any student in a foreign country. Hence FUSIA Communications organized a sharing session for CCIP Session A students with the Officers of the New York Police Department (NYPD), 109 precinct.
FUSIA Communications officially started the 2011 Cross-Cultural Internship Program (CCIP) with the program's first Post-Arrival Orientations, which took place yesterday and today (May 21-22, 2011) at the Flushing YMCA. In the spirit of CCIP tradition, group photos were taken along with the Sunday session.
Kwek Pak Ming (National University of Singapore) , Meijiao Tang (Lingnan University) 18 CCIP Session A students attended the celebratory reception for Hong Kong's Wine Boom, which was organized by the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office at the Asia Society.
The Cross Cultural Internship Program (CCIP) successfully hosted an appreciation and networking reception at the Cornell Club in Midtown Manhattan. More than 30 student representatives attended the reception, and expressed their gratitude towards the New York and New Jersey business communities.
The second half of the 2010 Cross-Cultural Internship Program (CCIP) took place at the Flushing YMCA on Sunday, July 11, kicking off the program with 130 university students from Asia interning in New York City. Mr. Herman Chan, Director of Careers and Placement, of the University of Hong Kong was present and shared his insights and experiences with the students at the event.