The Teacher Education Center at Sookmyung Women's University is holding an online special lecture program for pre-service teachers. Special lectures have been organized to strengthen the capabilities of the school field for undergraduate and graduate students in education, such as the Department of Education, the Department of Physical Education, and undergraduate faculty members. There are eight special lectures, and each lecture is divided into details. Among the eight items, Counseling and Guidance on Youth Issues, Understanding Multicultural Families, and Strengthening Unification Education is focused on what those in the teaching profession face. In addition, in counseling and guidance on youth issues, a total of five practical lectures can be taken, including Counseling and Guidance on Career paths, Counseling on School Issues, etc. The application period is from October 1 to December 31 of this year, and the course period is the same as the application period. More than 90% of the courses will be completed for each detailed subject, and students can get SNOWAY 8,000 mileage after completing the post-course survey. In addition, among these programs, a certificate of excellence for the pre-service teachers will be issued to those who complete more than 30 hours of training. This certification can be printed directly from the WISE website only once. In response to these special lectures, one anonymous student said, "I was dreaming of going to teach, but I had few opportunities to learn practical content. In this regard, I think this special lecture where I can learn practical content is very beneficial." Even though she hopes to become a teacher in the future, because of the limitations of practical experience in this field, there are few chances to get information about it. Therefore, she thought that this lecture was a special way to get information. As such, if the desired career path of a student is to be a teacher, the contents of the special lectures will be useful when preparing for this job and going to teach in the future. For more information, contact the Teacher Education Center at SMWU.