What do people with bachelor’s and master’s degrees in international affairs do? Where do they go? How do they get there? Please join YPFP for a workshop on developing a search strategy and writing targeted, effective resumes to find your first (or next) opportunity in international affairs. This workshop will: (1) Equip you with a “big picture” understanding of the opportunities, pressures, and challenges of different industry directions that you can head in and career paths that you can traverse; (2) Empower you to apply this understanding to the creation of a search strategy and schedule, different for each individual, and informed by the latest market and recruiting knowledge; And, (3) help you craft a resume that tells your story in the strongest and most accurate way possible.
Gregory Daniels is an American-Canadian information and communication strategist for global audiences. He currently leads content and communications for the Columbia Global platform, an initiative of the Office of the President at Columbia University. Gregory has held director roles in professional development and membership for the New York branch of Young Professionals in Foreign Policy. He holds an M.S. in international affairs from the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University in Singapore.
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