As technology is rapidly evolving, we are faced with a lot more and faster changes in our everyday life, including in our career. A lot of freshly graduated students experience a shock during the transition from the academic environment to the professional world. Collaborating with IN360, a project that is working on providing career education for children aged between 9 to 12 years old, a digital storytelling workshop was designed to explore the impact of job digital storytelling activity for the development of university student's career management competencies. The workshop was conducted in Vietnam with 19 undergraduate student participants from Hutech University. The participants were assigned into three groups to create three different job storytelling videos in 360°format for children aged between 9 to 12 years old. The career management competencies in the participants are expected to be developed through (1) in-depth interview with someone who works in the field; (2) purposeful 360° video-making activity as a contribution to society; (3) collaborative environment with peers and companies. From the questionnaire, discussion, and observation of the activities, the job digital storytelling program conducted with IN360 did not only established storytelling skills and technology literacy in the university students but also develop some career management competencies in personal management, learning and work exploration, as well as career building areas.