MOU between the Dept. of Technology and Tesla
Chairman Chang Yue Shan from the Department of Technology and Application and Human Resources Development said that in this competitive market, T-shaped person, which means someone that have the depth of related skills and expertise in a single field. The horizontal bar is the ability to collaborate across disciplines with experts in other areas and to apply knowledge in areas of expertise other than one's own. The Department of Technology and Application and Human Resources Development is home to many T-shaped talents.
After Tesla Inc. entered the Taiwan market, they have been recruiting local talents actively in fields like customer service, sales, human resources, especially in need for people in multi-disciplinary. This is the reason for both sides to sign the MOU to strengthen the cultivation of all-round talent.
On the day of MOU signing, students from the Department of Technology and Application and Human Resources Development went on a tour in the headquarter of Telsa Inc. in Neihu. They were thrilled to see the electric vehicle in from of their eyes.
One graduate student said that they have never had the chance to see the actual product in this kind of industry. Professionals from Telsa introduced the idea of clean energy. The electricity, generated from the solar panel, is saved in the charging station for the electric mobile. After knowing the core value of sustainable energy, students all looking forward to an internship opportunity in Tesla in the future. We hope that the MOU is a source for sustainable development in education and industry.