International Career Panel CANCELED

[UPDATED Monday, October 29]

Due to Hurricane Sandy, our panelists’ flights have been canceled and we have had to cancel this event. We will reschedule when able. Please keep our panelists and all of our alumni who are weathering the storm in your thoughts and prayers.

We want to make Wake Forest alumni aware of an upcoming event:
On Tuesday, October 30, Wake Forest aims to bring together current students, fellow alumni, and interested faculty to discuss global trends and how WFU students can position themselves competitively to secure positions in international public policy.

International Career Panel & Networking Event
Tuesday, October 30 at Wake Forest University
Greene Hall, Room 145, from 4:30 – 6:00 PM.

Over the past year, a number of Wake Forest University alumni have connected professionally via the United Nations in New York, Washington DC’s international public policy community, and the global philanthropic sector. Along the way, these alumni have discovered a shared passion for giving back to Wake Forest by launching an alumni network of individuals who are working in the field of international affairs and willing to serve as a resource for current and future students navigating careers in this space.

As a means of launching this network and bringing awareness about the ‘art of the possible,’ professionally speaking, we are convening on campus for an International Career Panel & Networking Event on Tuesday, October 30. We aim to bring together current students, fellow alumni, and interested faculty to discuss global trends and how Wake Forest students can position themselves competitively to secure positions in international public policy, government, the United Nations, international business, the military or global philanthropy.

The event will take place on Tuesday, October 30 in Greene Hall, Room 145, from 5:00 – 6:30 PM.

Agenda:

  • Opening Remarks
  • Panelist Insights: Navigating A Career in International Affairs
  • Q&A
  • Networking Reception
  • We would welcome the support of additional WFU alumni who may want to participate in this panel discussion, or join the international affairs alumni network.

    Please RSVP to Nico Gabrielli (’11) nico[dot]gabrielli[at]gmail[dot]com or Kate Maloney (’97) katherinemaloney[at]kpmg[dot]com.

    Thank you for joining us on this occasion to share your story!

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