INTL I-300/INTL I-500 Becoming an International Development Practitioner: A Career Development Course
This one-credit course offered the first 8 weeks of spring semester gives students a deeper understanding of career paths in international development, the institutions working in the field, and the roles and responsibilities that shape daily experiences of development work.
- Gain an understanding of the landscape of international development careers
- Analyze your personal values and professional strengths to find the best career path for you
- Hear directly from folks working in international development
- Participate in workshops on grant writing, project management, and other key development skills
When Can I take this Course?
This course is offered the first 8 weeks of every spring through the International Studies department (INTL I300/INTL I500) and through the Hamilton Lugar School (SGIS I300/SGIS I500).
Contact the instructor, Dr Elisheva Cohen, email@example.com