Have you studied, worked, or lived abroad? Are you wondering how you can use these experiences to your advantage when you meet and talk with employers and grad schools?
Join us for this panel and interactive workshop where you will learn to frame and articulate all the ways you benefited from your experience abroad to employers as well as how you can benefit them. Regardless of the career field your interested in, whether
you are looking for work internationally or domestically, you can learn
how to present the skills and perspective you gained in a way that makes you an attractive candidate to
prospective employers and graduate schools.
Strategist at Purpose.com
candidate, Interactive Telecommunications Program at NYU Tisch School of the
Government, Harvard University
Koh Strategic Advisors
positions at Bessemer Trust in London, AIG SunAmerica Asset Management, and
President of Global Capabilities, Morgan Stanley
Director, Global Business Transformation Manager, and Human Resources
Relationship Leader at American Express
Industrial Psychology, Columbia University
Thomson Reuters, a $12B multi-national leader of integrated information
Registration is required.
Resume required? No
Eligibility: This workshop is open to students and alumni of Columbia College, the School of Engineering and Applied Science, the School of General Studies, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, the School of the Arts, the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, and the School of Continuing Education.
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