On April 12th from 3-4pm in the Career Center Resource Room, Education Abroad and The University Career Center & President’s Promise will be hosting Diplomat in Residence, Elise Kleinwaks, from the Department of State to talk about why a diverse background is a valuable asset for a career in international affairs and the U.S. Department of State
At this event you will:
• Learn why diversity matters in diplomacy and a career with a global focus.
• Explore how to leverage international experience and diverse backgrounds for a job search in international affairs.
• Gain a better understanding of how a government agency views and values diversity.
Where: Hornbake Career Center Resource Room (3rd Floor)
When: Tuesday, April 12th from 3:00pm-4:00pm
Who: Students with international experience, who want to learn the value of international experience, and diverse Terps who have international experience or WANT international experience are all encouraged to attend. All are welcome.