That’s right… we moved!
You can now find My Career Advisor advice and resources, along with the AU Intern blog, and a host of new AU blogs at blogs.american.edu. Take a look, bookmark the new digs, update your RSS feed, and let us know what you think.
Happy new year! As we all know, this is a convenient time to make new personal resolutions. If you’re like me, you’ve started to hit the gym again and you’re more likely to share delicious baked goods with your roommate.
The new year is also a great time to think about your professional goals. Whether you’re a freshman deciding on internships or an alum starting a new career, use this time to think about where you are in your career and what steps you need to take to bring it to the next level.
Congratulations! You’ve survived finals and are hopefully enjoying the relative quiet of winter break. This is a great time to take a breather from your academics and think more strategically about career decisions and the steps you need to take to find meaningful work after leaving AU.
Here is a brief winter reading list to help you think about your future career and the things you can do now to set yourself up for success.
According to their website, the Alexia Foundation photojournalism scholarship in London, will provide the financial ability for students to improve their knowledge and skills of photojournalism and to increase their own knowledge and understanding of other cultures by providing scholarships to study photojournalism at Syracuse University in London, England.
The Foundation also provides cash grants to enable student photographers to have the financial ability to produce a picture story that furthers the Foundation’s goals of promoting world peace and cultural understanding.
EDF Scholarships Available for the Intercultural Management Institute’s 12th Annual Conference. The scholarship application submission process is currently open for the Intercultural Management Institute’s 12th annual conference on intercultural relations. A forum for business, education, and training professionals, this conference provides direct networking opportunities with decision makers from a wide range of organizations, including international business, academia, government, military, international education, training, and international human resources. The applicant must demonstrate an interest in intercultural communication, negotiation, and leadership through course work, academic or community activities, or active participation in organizations that serve internationally diverse populations. For more information, contact our program coordinator, Mary Margaret Herman, at 202-885-6434 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our Web site at http://www.american.edu/sis/imi/conference/scholarships.cfm.