International Career Fair in San Francisco!
International Career Fair
A Scientific, Engineering and Business Recruitment Event
Friday, February 20th (12pm to 5:30pm)
Saturday, February 21st (10am to 5:30pm)
Cathedral Hill Hotel, 1101 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, CA
JOB OPPORTUNITIES FOR ENGINEERS, RESEARCHERS, SCIENTISTS,
MANAGERS, BIOLOGISTS, PHARMACOLOGISTS, ECONOMISTS AND MORE
30+ Companies & Organizations with 800+ Job Openings Worldwide
On-Site Interviews at the Fair
Participating companies include:
Alberta, Areva, Centrale Carrières, CNRS, Dannon Research, EDF Group, ERC, Euraxess, INSERM, IRSN, Lallemand, Nexans, Oakridge, Research in Germany (DAAD), Servier, Thales, Total
4 Keynote Speeches & 14 Workshops over 2 days
"Navigating Clean-Tech: An Overview of Emerging Developments and Job Opportunities", Ron Pernick, Co-Founder and Principal of Clean Edge
"Succeeding in Your Global Career. Lessons from a US Born Entrepreneur", Susan Lucas Conwell, CEO, SD Forum
"The Attributes of a Successful Global Professional", Dr. Ernest J. Scalberg, Dean, Fisher Graduate School of International Business, Monterey Institute of International Studies
"Developing a Personal Brand that Gets You Noticed", Christine Crandell, EVP and CMO at Egenera
Covering: Job search strategies in a challenging economy, resume writing, American-style interviewing techniques, American business communication, entrepreneurship in France, research careers in Europe, how to find a job in cleantech, and more.
If you have not already done so, register here and upload your resume today. Recruiters have started searching the resume database and setting up interviews with selected candidates.
For more information, check our website or email us at email@example.com
- A Special Thanks to our 2009 Partners and Sponsors -
The European Commission, LinkedIn, Alberta Canada
German Federal Employment Agency, French American Chamber, GABA, and swissnex
The International Career Fair is organized by APEC, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping professionals in their career management, and companies in their recruiting efforts.
Posted by kkowatch at February 4, 2009 05:15 PM