KTC invited junior high school teachers, cram school teachers, and private tutors to a KTC information session.
Students from the Computer Club won the “Fighting Spirit Prize” in the Themed Section in the 27th All-Japan Kosen Programming contest on October 8th and 9th.
1084 people visited the 51st KTC Festival. KTC held its 51st festival on October 15th and 16th.
A robot contest team from KTC will participate in the National NHK Student Robot Contest for the 3rd year in a row.
KTC held its 2016 Open Campus on October 8th. The Open Campus theme was Halloween.
The total of 36 KTC students were commended by president on October 7th for their achievements during the previous quarter.
3 members from the KTC Festival Executive Committee are going to be on a KIT FM radio program “Campus Amenity” on Saturday, October 8th.
KTC signed a comprehensive partnership agreement with Betsukawa Corporation. Betsukawa Corporation and KTC have been building cooperative relationships since last year, for example KTC hosted the Betsukawa Corporation Cup. The agreement is to promote educational activities and revitalize local communities.
103 4th year KTC students gave presentations about their accomplishments during their summer internships.
2 KTC teams will participate in the Tokai-Hokuriku Regional NHK Student Robot Contest 2016. The contest will be held on October 9th in “Himi-shi Fureai Sports Center” in Toyama prefecture.
2nd year students took part in mock voting exercises to learn how the election works.2 groups called E7 and Election Administration Commission in Kanazawa City held a visiting seminar at KTC designed to inform students about elections. E7 is a group of students from Kanazawa University and Hokuriku Gakuin University to promote interest in elections among young people because of the recent change in the minimum voting age from 20 to 18.
2 young local entrepreneurs attended a panel discussion for 4th year students to promote interest in local companies. Mr. Fujiwara of Jobcafe Ishikawa hosted the panel discussion and the 2 panel members were Mr. Takase of LIONPOWER Co.Ltd and Mr. Senda of Revanche Co,Ltd.
KTC held a career information session for parents/guardians of 4th year students. Professor Minamide explained the steps for job hunting and further education. He urged parents to help students choose their next step and pay attention to their attitude and behavior.
KTC makes its transition to the Hakusan Campus system: 2 years study at its all-residential campus in the Hakusan foothills for students from the age of 15. The Hakusan Campus system is introduced in an article on the website “ReseMom” which provides educational information.
KTC students interviewed tourists to Kanazawa City. 1st through 3rd year students for each department formed mixed grade groups. Each group visited a sightseeing spot and interviewed travelers about that spot. They shot a video of the interview and introduced the location and made recommendations about what to do and see.
Let’s get more familiar with Manufacturing! KTC FAB Space opened. You can use your imagination and create your own designs.