International Careers Information Evening

  • 2nd March 2019
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International Careers Information Evening

Australian Institute of International Affairs – Victoria, Dyason House, 124 Jolimont Rd, East Melbourne VIC 3002, Australia
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Event fully booked. Our apologies!Interested in an international career and want to know how to get there? Looking for a career in international relations, trade or diplomacy, representing your country at the UN or working to promote Australia’s overseas interests?
Join DFAT's Victoria State Office and the United Nations Association of Victoria (UNAAV) hosted by AIIA’s Young Professionals Forum (YPF) at an event designed to give you an edge in building your professional and international career opportunities.Serving diplomats, State Government representatives and a former Ambassador to the UN will share their experiences and offer first-hand advice on how to establish your career pathways.Hear from:• DFAT representative Merinda Petersen to cover DFAT Fellowship experience, internships, pathways to UN and international careers such as DFAT and Red Cross• Representatives of the DFAT Graduate Recruitment Outreach team• VIC Government representative speaking about State Government oppoortunities with an international focus• United Nations Association of Australia Victoria Board Member Carlisle Richardson will be speaking of opportunities and pathways as a former Ambassador to the UN and UN staff member• A representative of local Consulate staff to discuss local-hire opportunities for research, public diplomacy [JB emphasis] and cultural diplomacy roles in Melbourne’s 70+ ConsulatesAIIA Victoria gratefully acknowledges the Walter Mangold Trust Fund for its ongoing support of our young members.AIIA members please log in to your account to book tickets (top right of screen); non-members are welcome at all events. (Registration in advance is essential for this event).To download the pdf flyer, please click here

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