Working in international cooperation (IC) is more than just a job; it is a meaningful, fulfilling occupation that requires flexibility, curiosity and openness. How can you best prepare yourself for it? What are the trends and changing requirements to work in IC and how can you develop yourself in this area? When and how can you reorient your career? What comes after a career in IC?
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Entitled A journey in international cooperation, this career event, the Forum cinfo 2016, provides both experienced and entry-level professionals the opportunity to exchange with more than 50 NGOs, UN organisations and international financial institutions (IFIs), the Swiss government, educational institutions, foundations and private sector actors.
Take a glimpse into the Forum cinfo 2016: http://bit.ly/Forumcinfo_Spot
An exciting programme
In addition to the array of informative stands, a high-level programme draws you into discussions about professional and personal life in IC. Learn more about working and living in fragile contexts, profiles of the future, transferring competencies and the impact of emerging markets on IC.
Get in touch with multilateral organizations
Among participating multilateral organizations are UNICEF, UNFPA, UNDP, UN Women, WFP, IFAD, IOM, UNHCR, UNAIDS, UNEP, UNV, the World Bank, EBRD, AfDB, ADB and many others.
While the Forum cinfo is open to all nationals, there will be an application preparation workshop and individual consultations with different multilateral organizations scheduled for Swiss nationals only. Learn more and register for these opportunities.
Attend the Forum, start your journey in the IC working world and get inspired.
Take a look at the programme: http://bit.ly/Forumcinfo_Spot
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Date: 28 October 2016
Place: Stade de Suisse, Bern
Time: 9.00 – 16.30
Entrance: CHF 20.-
Centre for Information, Counselling and Training for Professions relating to International Cooperation
2500 Biel 7
+41 (0)32 365 80 02