Fw: Career Week: Presentations related to international careers
duttro at u.washington.edu
Thu Jan 27 17:11:31 PST 2000
Don't forget Career Week, next week!
(this list complements of the Jackson School)
> >"Careers in the International Sector" (Mon., Jan. 31, 3:30; Thomson 119)
> > Interested in an international career? Not sure where to begin or
> > what is available? Betsy Bridwell, Director of Career Services at
> > Jackson school will give an overview of the options available and the
> > realities of breaking into this arena.
> >"Teaching English Overseas" (Tues., Feb.1, 3:30; Thomson 135)
> > For those who want to accomplish the difficult task of finding an
> > overseas job after graduation, one excellent way of getting that
> > international work experience and gaining foreign language skills is
> > to teach English abroad. Come hear representatives from the JET
> > Program, China Teaching Program, Peace Corps, and WorldTeach share
> > experiences and information on their programs.
> >"Law School/Careers in Law" (Tues., Feb. 1, 5:30; Savery 239)
> > A panel of current UW law school students will share their interests
> > and experiences in a variety of legal environments: judicial
> > clerkships, large law firms, public interest law, municipal and
> > government sectors, international and environmental law.
> >"Go Global! International Career Fair" (Thurs., Feb. 3, 4-6 pm; HUB 108)
> > Organized by the Certificate of International Studies in Business
> > (CISB) program at the Business School, some of the companies/
> > organzations represented include:
> > * Airborne Express * American Cultural Exchange * Bryant Christie
> > * European Union Chamber of Commerce * U.S. Export Assistance Center
> > * Modus Media International * Arthur Andersen * Pacific Rim Bankers
> > Management Institute * Peace Corps * Supervalu * internalDrive
> > * National Bureau of Asian Research (NBR) * World Affairs Council
> >"Global Connections: International Business Panel"
> > (Fri., Feb. 4, 1:30-2:30; Balmer 202)
> > A panel of professionals who have been successful in international
> > business in various industries will share information, advice, and
> > answer questions.
> >Please remember that "international" can apply to a wide range of career
> >fields, so you might want to take advantage of the variety of
> >presentations on such topics as: Careers in Public
> >Careers in Politics and Government; Panel of Analysts from Different
> >Sectors; Career Voices from the Non-profit Sector; Journalism Careers;
> >Teaching in the 21st Century
> >The complete schedule for the week is listed on the Career Week web site:
> > >
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