What it means to work in the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)

Nov
12

Time/date: Monday, November 12, 2018. 17:55-19:30
For: All students
Venue: F210
Language: English
Seating capacity: 50
Content: We are happy to welcome ABE Akiko-san and have this opportunity to hear firsthandabout what the work is like within international organizations such as the UNHCR.
In addition to what will be discussed listed in the attached file, there will be time set aside for open discussion. For those who want to make the world a better place or stand on the global stage, attend this session and figure out your own action plan for your future.
For those who already have questions ready for the guest speaker before the event, please send them to the Career Office (career2@apu.ac.jp) under the title: "Nov. 12th, What it means to work in the UNHCR." We will then have the guest speaker answer these questions on the day of when possible.
Registration:

1. Please click on the On Campus Recruiting and Event Search in the Campusmate Web.
2. Input all necessary information and search event you wish to participate.
3. Please select event you wish to participate and click‘register’.
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Deadline: Registration Deadline:November 9th, 2018 (Fri) at 10:30 ・Application will be closed once the number of applicants has reached the limit.
・Registration after the deadline will not be permitted.

Attached File:

What it means to work in the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)

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