EVENT REPORT: International Education and Exchange: Building Bridges in Times of Turbulence, Meridian International Center, Washington, DC, 11/13/18

This week is International Education Week.  Established during the Clinton Administration, the week focuses on promoting international and global learning and engagement.   A major focus is on advancing study abroad as a means to building global competency. Links are in text. This morning I attended an event at the Meridian International Center: “International Education andContinue reading “EVENT REPORT: International Education and Exchange: Building Bridges in Times of Turbulence, Meridian International Center, Washington, DC, 11/13/18”

EVENT REPORT: Building a Conflict Resolution Practice: Maryland Council for Dispute Resolution Panel Discussion, 6/26/18

Conflict resolution and peacebuilding includes not only global work, but also domestic career pathways.   In the DMV (District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia), there is a tendency to assume that everyone who is interested in conflict and peace issues is looking for NGO, foreign affairs, and international policy careers.  That is not the case.  Professionals workingContinue reading “EVENT REPORT: Building a Conflict Resolution Practice: Maryland Council for Dispute Resolution Panel Discussion, 6/26/18”

EVENT REPORT: Well Attended SFCG and JHU Jointly Sponsored Career Event, 6/14/18

Johns Hopkins University School for Advanced International Service and Search for Common Ground jointly hosted a career networking event today, June 14, 2018.  It was held as part of programming for the  CPRF – Conflict Prevention and Resolution Forum. Links are in text. The format was an informal one where those looking for work could meetContinue reading “EVENT REPORT: Well Attended SFCG and JHU Jointly Sponsored Career Event, 6/14/18”