PHOENIX, AZ--(Marketwire - Oct 16, 2012) - Wonder International Education and Investment Group Corporation (
Frank Wei, CEO of Wonder, commented, "We are very excited to begin offering our proven vocational skills education to college graduates. This will be an invaluable program for this age group. By providing practical, real-world vocational skills to the college graduates, they will be able to assimilate much quicker into a new job, making them more attractive to employers, and lead to faster employment. After completing Wonder's program, these students will also enjoy the Company's 100% employment rate guarantee. We look forward to expanding this program throughout all of our schools."
Wonder established its first school in 1993 and operates seven information technology-focused vocational training schools in seven provinces; Anhui, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Henan, Hubei, Liaoning, and Fujian. The Company's core focus is to educate students in the lesser-developed cities of China to have the practical skills to secure higher-paying jobs.
Wonder also operates employment service agencies in more than twenty provinces and municipalities to serve their more than 20,000 graduating students annually. The Company's partnership with 30,000 corporations and twelve employment agencies will help provide jobs to Wonder's students and increase quality IT to support China's growing economy.
Wonder's stock is traded on the Over the Counter Bulletin Board and OTC Markets under the stock symbol, WIEI. The Company is a provider of information technology vocational training schools and is the first China-based vocational training school publicly traded in the U.S.
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