IT talent joins the ranks
The 2009 entrance ceremony of Kyoto College of Computer Science (KCGI) and Kyoto Computer Gakuin (KCG) was held on Saturday, April 11, 2009, at the Kyoto Station Satellite of Kyoto Institute of Information.The representative of the new students also made a powerful pledge: "With dreams and high aspirations, we will continue our persistent efforts and take on the challenge of building a new information society.
The main hall of the entrance ceremony was filled with new students, their parents, and other related people.First, Yasuko Hasegawa, President of KCG, made a ceremonial speech.He also introduced that an alumnus of KCG was appointed as the president of CSK Systems, one of the leading software companies in Japan. He also mentioned the recent unprecedented recession and said, "In such times, the need for outstanding abilities increases rapidly.I hope that you will follow in the footsteps of your 38,000 predecessors (alumni) who are promoting Japan's information society as IT pioneers, and work hard to improve your academic skills.
In response, Mr. Teppei Yoneyama (Department of Game Studies), a representative of the new students, said, "It is very significant to learn the most advanced IT technology as there is a shortage of programmers and SEs.I pledge to inherit the honorable tradition of KCG and to make every effort to develop the school.
After this, there was an orientation and a parent-teacher conference, and the students took their first steps as members of KCG.