The IU Career Development Center and EASC will be holding their annual East Asian Career Night on Tue., Oct. 5, 6:30-8:30pm for students interested in using their East Asian language and area studies skills in their future professional lives. Panelists will share their experiences abroad, provide tips on how to maximize your time here at IU, offer strategies for Americans seeking East Asia-related jobs and internships, and discuss potential position openings. There will also be time to network with the panelists and other students with similar goals and interests.
a representative from the Central Intelligence Agencys Open Source Center
Inchul Choi, Executive Director of Korean-American Community Services in Chicago
John Howe, Assistant Director of the IU Chinese Flagship Program
Bob Mason, Vice President and International Sales Manager of the Ford Meter Box Co., Inc.
Kate Schramm, a current IU graduate student and alumna of the Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme
Professor Richard Rubinger, a faculty member in the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures whose daughters have successfully pursued careers in East Asia
a representative from AIESEC, an organization that offers internships in East Asia