Monday, October 18, 2010

Middle East/Central Asia Career Night

Wednesday, October 20th 6:30-8:30pm
Career Development Center – 625 N. Jordan Ave.

The Global Careers series, which is run by the Career Development Center, is devoted to providing information to IU students in an effort to increase their awareness of international career opportunities.  These events allow students to form networking relationships with employers who have ties to the international sector as well as provide students with role models and information about global careers.

Please join IU students, faculty, and career professionals with interests in the Middle East/Central Asia at the Middle East/Central Asia Career Night for an evening of discussion and networking.  Guest speakers will participate in a panel discussion focusing on their career paths, opportunities within their organization, and advice for students who wish to work in the region.  Light regional refreshments will be served and the opportunity to network with the panelists will follow.

We ask that students please RSVP through their myIUcareers account, accessible at

Panelists will include:
* Amy Brown: National Security Agency (NSA)
* Shan Weatherbee: Peace Corps Return Volunteer (Kazakhstan) & former Peace Corps recruiter
* Michael Blevins: current PhD student, formerly employed as the Senior Governance Advisor for the     United States Provincial Reconstruction Team in Babil, Iraq and the United States Agency for International Development
* Fred Perry: Assistant Director for External Relations and Funding Opportunities, Kelley School of Business
* Maria Lope: International lawyer and formerly employed by the United Nations
* Kim Stolz: IU alum, formerly employed by the Brookings InstituteDon’t miss this great professional opportunity!

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