On Monday, November 6th, join the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) and Project Pengyou for a special panel event on how to build China into your career across a variety of sectors. The speakers will share their on-the-ground experiences in China and also give the audience a chance to take part in the dialogue. Robbie Shields, Student Career Counselor at the Hopkins Nanjing Center (HNC), will moderate the event. There will be a networking reception following the discussion for speakers and participants. The panel event is taking place at Hotel Jen ( 新国贸饭店) on Monday, November 6th at 6:30PM.
About the Organizers:
Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) – A division of The Johns Hopkins University, The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington, DC, is a global institution offering students a truly international perspective on today’s critical issues. SAIS features a superb faculty with considerable experience both within and outside academe, from work in government and multilateral organizations to NGOs and foundations. SAIS China also encompasses The Hopkins—Nanjing Center for Chinese and American Studies, the preeminent and longest-running educational collaboration between the US and the PRC. In partnership with Nanjing University, the Center’s graduate programs offer students the opportunity to learn from top Chinese and international scholars in a bilingual environment in China. SAIS students also have the opportunity to spend a year at Tsinghua University taking courses in English toward a dual MA degree from SAIS and Tsinghua. SAIS offers unparalleled training for future leaders and thinkers who will address the changing role of China and its place in the world. Learn more: Sais-jhu.edu | Nanjing.jhu.edu
Project Pengyou, The Project Pengyou initiative is a global network of young Americans and Chinese with firsthand experience in both countries. As a flagship program of the Golden Bridges Foundation, Project Pengyou provides “bridge-builder” leadership training to mobilize young Americans and Chinese to launch campus chapters across the U.S., fostering cross-cultural dialogue and collaboration. The initiative also maintains a dynamic online network with over 6,000 members and a resource hub curating China-related jobs, events and exchange programs. The program is seeded by funds from the Ford Foundation and serves as a public-private partnership with the U.S. Department of State. Learn more: ProjectPengyou.org
We hope to see you there and look forward to a great event!
For more information or to RSVP, go to http://chinacareers2017.eventbrite.com.