International Career Day- December 2, 2015 at UTA from 9 AM to 2 PM.
This event, part of the International Education Program’s second phase, is designed to give high school students a wide perspective on the global landscape; including international careers, what they entail and how to pursue their desired career path.
Participating high schools students hear from selected representatives and experts on topics such as:
- international professions
- college degrees
- study abroad opportunities
- the local impact of global trends
- cultural “do’s and taboos”
- international competitiveness
All students hear about international protocol, teaching abroad, internationally focused degrees, media, and internships. From there, students choose to attend four out of eight break-out sessions featuring professionals in international:
- humanitarian service
In addition, several organizations have information booths at the event to provide interested students with more specific advice. Schools may register up to 30 students and bus assistance is available. Please bring sack lunch. To register groups over ten, please contact Jennifer Bowden at email@example.com