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UM International Career Pathways Series - Fall 2011

INTERNATIONAL CAREER PATHWAYS series starts Thursday, Sept. 15
Are you interested in working, interning, volunteering abroad, or in an international career? Check out the International Career Pathways (ICP) series of panel discussions in September – November, and the International Opportunities Fair!

Our first session will be Thursday, Sept. 15, 7-8:30 PM, on "International Employment Myths & Opportunities."
Location--Student Activities Building, Maize & Blue Room, map http://www.umich.edu/~info/pdf/south.pdf

What you’ll learn:
• How to build your resume towards an international career.
• Some key organizations that offer opportunities for internships and careers which you can pursue while you’re a student or after you graduate.
• Best U-M resources to help with your quest.

Whether you’re an undergraduate, graduating senior or graduate student, you’ll find sessions for your interests. ICP is co-sponsored by twelve University Schools, Colleges and international units.

If you have any questions about the ICP series – or any question about going abroad, feel free to contact us:
Tel. 734-647-2299 or e-mail icoverseas@umich.edu. Or stop by the International Center, located next to the Michigan Union.

Bill Nolting and Kelly Nelson
Tel. 734-647-2299, E-mail icoverseas@umich.edu
U-M International Center
Education Abroad & Peace Corps Offices
603 E. Madison (next to the Michigan Union)

Posted by kkowatch at September 14, 2011 03:26 PM


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