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Friday, September 11

2015 International Career Pathways series starts September 15

International Employment Myths & Opportunities
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Tuesday, September 156-7:30 pm
Weill Hall (Ford School), Annenberg Auditorium

Are you interested in working, interning, volunteering or teaching abroad? Do you want to explore international careers? This session will introduce the International Career Pathways series, how to research options and timing of applications – note that some deadlines are in the fall!
Featuring Ross Prof.Ted London on global business and poverty alleviation, and advisors in the field of international education, on their global career pathways.


International Internships for Undergraduates
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Thursday, September 17, 6-7:30 pm
Ross School of Business, Blau Auditorium
                                                        

This presentation will feature a panel of U-M faculty and staff who administer global internship programs, as well as undergraduate students who have participated in a wide range of internships abroad. 

Find out about these UM internship programs: ​
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Cultural Vistas (internships in Germany and Spanish-speaking countries)
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Find more panels HERE!

The Career Center Ÿ Center for Global and Intercultural Study Ÿ College of Engineering Ÿ The Ginsberg Center Ÿ Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy Ÿ Germanic Languages and Literatures Ÿ International Center Ÿ International Institute Ÿ LSA International Internship Program Ÿ Ross School of Business Ÿ School of Information ŸSchool of Natural Resources and Environment Ÿ School of Nursing    Ÿ School of Public Health Ÿ School of Social Work Ÿ Rackham Graduate School Ÿ Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning Ÿ LSA Academic Advising


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Bill Nolting, Assistant Director for Education Abroad
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Global Community Engagement

Intercultural Experiences ● Education Abroad ● Peace Corps
International Center
University of Michigan Student Life

1500 Student Activities Building
515 E. Jefferson Street
Ann Arbor, MI  48109-1316
734-647-2259

SERVE the International Population. 
FACILITATE Intercultural & International Education.
FOSTER a Global Campus Community.