February 25, 2016 at World Affairs Council in San Francisco.
International Career Mentor Night is a unique opportunity for high school, community college and university students to meet with Bay Area professionals who have experience in international development, journalism, government, education, law, business, human rights, technology and global health.
Not unlike speed dating, this is a mentoring workshop for high school and university students designed to allow you to ask questions and discuss career options with many seasoned professionals from various international fields in a series of rapid small group conversations.
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until February 15th:
Don’t miss this opportunity to explore what career options are available for the globally minded! Mentors are continuously updated, so please check back often.
David D. Arnold, President, The Asia Foundation
Kelly Ellis, Senior Engineer, Medium
Hans Giesecke, Executive Director, International House at the University of California – Berkeley
Sarah Jaffe, Director, Education & Program Design, Worldreader
Chimène Keitner, Professor of Law, UC Hastings College of the Law
Kristie Koo, Scaled Programs Manager, Facebook
Lewis Lukens, Foreign Service Officer, State Department
Sarah Ryan, Policy Analyst, Change.org
Avanish Sahai, Senior Vice President, Insidesales.com
Sarang Shah, Writer, Palantir Technologies
Oleksandr Shykov, Vessel Manager, Transmarine Navigation Corp.
Caitlin Sislin, Director of Development, Namati