Career Insights: International Organizations
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About The Event
The work of International Organizations (IOs) like the United Nations or OECD is a driving force in multilateral engagement, government policy, and international development initiatives.
Have you ever thought about what it is like to work in an IO?
What kind of skills do you need to work there?
What kind of work do you actually do?
What is it like to move internationally?
How do you manage relationships with family and friends when you live abroad?
What are the long-term career opportunities for someone working in IOs?
How do IOs make an effort to be inclusive to women?
WE Int. proudly brings you some career insights from a diverse international panel of IO professionals from around the world. We invite four panelists from Japan, France, Ireland, and the United States at different stages in their careers to share their experiences with you and answer your questions. Combined, our panelists have experience working with more than 10 International Organizations in over 20 different countries!
Date: September 26
Venue: Online (Link will be shared to registered guests)
Register here: https://forms.gle/Q6iCWiB8f2e3rzfp6
○ Laura Galindo-Romero CDEP Artificial Intelligence Team, OECD, France
○ Laurence Ravat Deputy Head of Human Resources, Bank of International Settlements, Switzerland
○ Lauren Power Head Delegate, American Delegation, Y20 Engagement Group, 2020 G20 Summit; Research Fellow and Graduate Student, The University of Tokyo, Japan
○ Miki Yoshimura Director of SDG Partners, Inc, Japan
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