On August 23, "Life Design Career Workshop: Creating a Value Dictionary" was held online by Sookmyung Women's University's Education Innovation Institute. Kwon Soo-yeon, CEO of Matchwork, gave a three-part lecture. In the first "Creating a Value Dictionary" section, students had time to define their own Life/Work Value in words using pre-made worksheets. They connected the various values they defined to each other and found out what they ultimately wanted to be. The students laid the foundation for setting career goals by expressing and recognizing values in their own languages. In the next "Searching for a Career" section, she explained the three components of a career which consist of company, industry, and job. Emphasizing 'job' among the three components of a career, she said it is most important to focus on choosing a job that suits oneself while thinking about one's strengths and core experiences. In addition, she illustrated that the reason why it's hard to find a suitable career is because students lack time to think about the job they are interested in and think they should find the right one immediately. Therefore, she stressed the need for time to explore interesting jobs through experience and networking. Finally, in the "Understanding Jobs" section, she talked about the 'job description' analysis process of searching for at least three job postings and analyzing the repetitive keywords. Also, she said that anything that is not 100% understood in the job description should be checked in an interview with an employee. Choi Won-young, department of Computer Science '22 said, "It was a beneficial time because I was able to systematically prepare for my career path by participating in this program." Through this lecture, students set their own goals and specifically defined their values to help them design their careers.