Middlebury Institute alumnus Brian Peckrill MAIEM/MPA '16 is senior program manager at WorldChicago where he oversees all youth programs and business development for the nonprofit organization. He shares his experience in the international education management degree program and beyond.
Interested in Trade Compliance and/or Export Compliance? Join Lucina Lara, Director of Global Trade Compliance, as she discusses:• Company overview• 2018 internship program• Additional career opportunities and paths• Q&A Pizza will be served – RSVP in Zocalo
Do you love leading, working with and coaching young people? Are you passionate about cultural exchange and international education? If so, join Jainie Winter of Education First as she discusses summer career opportunities in Monterey!
Join Boostlingo VP of Marketing and Business Development, Dieter Runge, as he discusses remote ORI/VRI interpreting, recent advances in Interpretation Technologies, and career opportunities. This includes a demo of a live VRI session with a live interpreter!
Join MIIS alum, Dave Waldron, as he discusses the USAID Office of Inspector General (OIG) Internship program, how to apply, and what they are looking for from applicants. The OIG provides independent oversight over USAID and other government entities (ADF, IAF, MCC, and OPIC) to promote the effectiveness and integrity of their foreign assistance programs. The internship application deadline is April 6.
Frank Wei is the CEO and President of Master Translation Services (MTS), a language service provider headquartered in China. He founded MTS in 2000. The company currently has 80 in-house linguists and seven branch offices in mainland China, Taiwan and USA. MTS ranks among the CSA Global 100 LSPs in 2017. In this session, Frank will present the current state of the localization industry in China.
The National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) Graduate Fellowship Program (NGFP) is a career launchpad for exceptional graduate-level students committed to the nuclear security and nonproliferation mission. PNNL administers NGFP to recruit, hire, and manage fellows as they complete hands-on assignments across the nuclear security enterprise. The year-long program offers a full-time salary and benefits as well as exposure to the national laboratories, career development, and professional networking.