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Everyone always says it - relationships matter. Nowhere is that more true than international affairs, where the involvement of national and international governments and organizations can create a system so complex and subject to global competition that it's often impossible to get an initial interview without a personal recommendation. So how do you build your network to maximize your opportunities in the field?
Please join YPFP and Melis Tusiray for a workshop on developing networking strategies to build a network of personal connections that will continue to support you for years to come.
This workshop will (1) Equip you with a "big picture" understanding of the opportunities, pressures, and challenges of networking in this field and (2) Talk about networking strategies, tips and tricks to maximize your engagements with others in international affairs.
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Melis Tusiray is the President and Founder of Hey Ladies, an organization that provides affordable and practical career support to women who work. In addition to her role at Hey Ladies, Melis is the Director of Programs at American Friends of Bucerius, a German-American nonprofit focused on issues in global governance and international law. She has served previously as a Sudan Desk Officer with the U.S. State Department's Special Envoy to Sudan, as Managing Editor at the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, and as a consultant to the German development institution, Gesellschaft fuer Internationale Zusammenarbeit. She holds degrees from UCLA and Georgetown University.
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