Careers In Area & Ethnic Studies
Wednesday, March 5, 2008
Noon - 1:00 p.m. (Pizza will be served.)
Are you drawn to other cultures, civilizations, and societies?
Are you curious about how hyper-globalization and multiculturalism could play a part in your career path?
Meet Puget Sound alumni and other professionals whose careers incorporate a global perspective.
**Colleen Gause '06
Politics and Government (International Relations) Major
Operations Coordinator, World Trade Center Tacoma
Owner, Cross Cultural Communications, Inc.
Case Worker, The Refugee Federation
(www.rfsc.org is under construction)
The Refugee Federation Service Center (RFSC) began in 1982 and is an ethnic, grassroots, nonprofit refugee and immigrant coalition created to assist refugees and immigrants in their transition to life in the United States. RFSC serves as a resource for local companies and agencies; strengthens and empowers ethnic refugee communities; serves and supports refugee and immigrant children; and advocates for refugees and immigrants to have equal access and equal opportunity in education, training, employment, social, political and economic arenas.
**For more information about this
ASK (Alumni Sharing Knowledge) Network
volunteer, visit ASK Online.
All classes and majors are invited to attend.