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《中国日报》:“蓝翎计划”——帮助外来务工人员找到更好的工作

发布者:MBA教育项目来源:华东理工大学商学院

中文译文:
“蓝翎计划”——帮助外来务工人员找到更好的工作

    外来务工人员李宁最近发现了一条可以进入白领就业市场的途径,那就是免费的商业教育项目。
   
    上海华东理工大学为小李提供了为期两个月的金融与管理学习课程。

    这个项目主要是针对那些想从技术岗位转移到管理岗位的外来务工人员。

    目前,这种由政府主导、学校和社会组织的面向外来务工人员的培训计划还很少。

    “已经工作了八年了,在这个专业领域里我经验丰富,而且我想在我的公司里担任中层管理者,但是我不知道如何去管理业务。”29岁的小李如是说。

    小李10年前从职业学校毕业后就从家乡山东省来到了上海。他在一个工厂中做一名生产通讯系统的流水线工人。

    小李已经结婚,现在有一个6岁大的小孩。“我非常想在这个城市安定下来,并且为我的家庭创造更美好的生活。”小李如是说。

    在今年九月份,当这个招收60名外来务工人员的公益项目启动时,小李将更进一步地实现他的梦想。

    该项目设计的课程中包括了适合参与者教育背景的带有MBA风格的课程。

    参与者将向在校的MBA学员和职业经理人学习解决管理问题的技巧。

    “该计划旨在提高理解能力和管理技能,使外来务工人员在就业市场上更有竞争力。”该项目的发起人之一、华理MBA在校生王镇江如是说。

    “我们发现,许多外来务工人员都面临着职业发展的瓶颈,”王镇江介绍说,“他们在这个城市生活多年,想得到社会更多的认可,但是他们却被束缚在一个很小的职业空间里。”

    “不擅长沟通,我的写作能力也低,但这些技能对于管理岗位来说是很重要的,”小李说,“这个项目可以帮助我克服这些缺点。”

    统计数据显示,目前我国约有2.5亿外来务工人员大部分来自农村地区。他们面临着教育、医疗和居留问题。

    城市化的一个重要的问题就是如何让外来务工人员融入城市。

    “年轻的外来务工人员更有可能在这个城市扎根。”商学院院长吴柏钧说。

    “然而,雇主和社会未能为其发展创造良好的条件,”吴院长说,“这个项目将帮助学生承担社会责任。”


英文原文:

Program to help migrant workers find better jobs
By WANG HONGYI in Shanghai      wanghongyi@chinadaily.com.cn

Migrant worker Li Ning recently found a way to break into the white-collar job market with a free business education program.

Li was offered two months of business and management study by Shanghai’s East China University of Science and Technology.

The program mainly targets migrant workers who want to shift from technical work to managerial jobs.
Migrant worker training programs of this kind organized by government bodies, schools and social organizations are rare.

"It has been eight years. Now I’m experienced in my professional field, and I want to become a midlevel manager at my company," the 29-year-old said. "But I don’t know how to manage a business."

Li came to Shanghai from Shandong province 10 years ago after graduating from a vocational school.
He works as a line worker in a factory that produces telecommunication systems.

Li married and now has a 6-year-old child. "I really want to settle down in the city and make a better life for my family," he said.

Li will be one step closer to his dream in September when the program, which will enroll 60 migrants, starts.

The program includes MBA-style courses that fit the participants’ educational background.

Participants will learn problem solving techniques from students in the school’s MBA program and from business managers.

"The program aims to improve comprehension and management skills and make migrant workers more competitive in the job market," said Wang Zhenjiang, a student who is also one of the program’s founders.

"We found that many migrant workers are faced with a career development bottleneck," Wang said.

"They have been in the city for years and want to rise in society, but they are squeezed into a small career space.

"I’m not good at communication, and my writing ability is also low. But those skills are important for a management position," Li said. "This program can help with my shortcomings."

Statistics show the country has about 250 million migrant workers, most from rural areas. They face education, healthcare and residence problems.

A significant problem of urbanization is how migrants integrate into a city.

"Younger migrant workers are more likely to take root in the city," said Wu Bojun, dean of the business school.

"However, employers and society have failed to create good conditions for their development," he said. "The program will help students bear the social responsibility."


                                                                                                                              (原文来源:中国日报)