International Jobs: Internationalize your professional career 2020 - POSTPONED
“People don’t take trips—trips take people.” ― John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley: In Search of America
From 10:00 to 13:00. Martini Room (Floor -1, Ed. U6)
Conference on international careers in diplomacy and at the UN, NGOs and European institutions.
9.45-10.00 Registration of participants
10.00-10.30 Greetings and introduction to international careers
Prof. Mario Mezzanzanica, Pro-Rector for Higher Education and Job Placement activities
Francesca FRIGO, Head of ISPI School
10.30-11.00 Working in the institutions of the European Union
Marina MANFREDI MAGILLO, former Director of the Personnel Department, European Commission
11.00-11.30 Working at the United Nations
Giovanni CAMILLERI, former UNDP Officer
11.30-12.00 Working in cooperation and NGOs
Chiara SAVELLI, AVSI Human Resources Coordinator
12.00 - 12.30 Q&A
From 10 to 11:30. Martini Room (Floor-1, Ed. U6)
Europe offers endless opportunities for students and graduates who want to have an experience abroad, but before starting the research it is advisable to have some basic information to better understand what we are talking about.
INAPP (National Institute for the Analysis of Public Policies) professionals will be in Bicocca to provide useful and concrete information to help them find their internship in Europe and to better face this experience.
Why an internship in Europe?
How to organize, approach and enhance an internship experience in Europe
Requirements and skills required of candidates; linguistic knowledge and soft skills
The internship in European countries
- Peculiarities and differences compared to the Italian context
- The implementation of the "Quality Framework for Traineeships" in European countries
- Internship in EU countries: some examples
How to find internship opportunities
- European programs, EU institutions and agencies,
- United Nations bodies research tools
The features and benefits of the Stage4eu app.