Martin Tillman, a nationally recognized expert and thought leader on the impact of education abroad on student career development and President of international consulting practice Global Career Compass, will be on campus to discuss linking education abroad experiences with student employability.
Tillman's talks are tailored to address the different ways faculty, staff, and students can all contribute to closing the expectation gap between students' experiences and employers' values. How can students better link their education abroad experiences with what employers want?
Students are invited to attend Tillman's talk, "The Career Connection," on Wednesday, March 1st from 2 PM - 3 PM in the MBSC Nebraska Room.
For more information, please contact UNO Education Abroad at 402.554.3168 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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