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Providing Effective Professional Development for International Adult Learners
Complicated International, non-traditional Recommendations Collaboration Programming Advising It’s Complicated …
Recommendations Best practices Opportunity to share Learning Outcomes
Jackie Iannone, Coordinator for Career Development & Planning Molly Elise Young, Assistant Director for International Affairs Who Are We?
How many of you: Directly with international students? Directly with Career Resources? Faculty? Indirect contact? Quick show of hands
International student population: 0-250? ? 500+? 800+? Don’t know? Quick show of hands
International student age: 18-24? 24-35? 35+? Don’t know? Quick show of hands
Cultural Aspects Engagement Initiatives Sharing Today’s Agenda
Cambridge College student body One-woman offices Median age for international: 32 Authorized since 2003 Around 400 international students Cambridge College
Cambridge College student body Median age for general population: 37 Career Resource Center founded 2012 Both offices serve undergraduate and graduate students Cambridge College
Overseas work experience Students with families No job placement services Cultural Aspects
Cultural best practices “Teaching an old dog new tricks” Institutional unfamiliarity CPT/OPT regulations Cultural Aspects
No formal education/training Lack of trust Waste. Of. TIME. Cultural Aspects
Show of hands: 1-3? 4-6? More than 6? International Career Development? Engagement
Start early Collaboration Training Faculty engagement Engagement
LinkedIn NetWorkshops Resume composition & review OPT/CPT seminars Mock interview/interview best practices Career Development course Negotiation & Job fair tips Our Initiatives
Culture Engagement Initiatives In Summary …
Programming? Barriers? Anything else? Show & Tell!
Personal journey Collaboration and cooperation Work together Learn from each other Put student success first Call to Action
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