The Borderless Career - Millennials Working Abroad
It’s the best time in history to be a talented and ambitious young person due to a confluence of globalism and demographic forces. Millennials can become the first borderless talent in the history of the world, but they have to develop a “global skillset” and become culturally fluent. How will you acquire these skills that multinational corporations want and how will you use your study abroad experience to its fullest potential to build a foundation for a career abroad? Learn about becoming a “global careerist”, preparing to negotiate language and cultural differences necessary for searching for a job overseas.
This presentation is for students in any major who are interested in international careers and who want to learn how to position themselves to gain the attention of multinational companies and organizations. This is a workshop you absolutely should not miss!
Donald Asher, known as “America’s Job Search Guru”, is an internationally acclaimed author and speaker specializing in professional development and higher education. He has lectured on the topic of The Global Skillset and The Borderless Career in Germany, India, China, Mexico, Canada, Ireland, and South Korea, as well as to MBAs in the U.S.
Asher is the author of twelve books including several best sellers “Who Gets Promoted, Who Doesn’t, and Why?”, “Graduate Admissions Essays” and “Cracking the Hidden Job Market”. He has been the education columnist for MSN Encarta and MSN Home Page, the career columnist for US Airways magazine, a contributing writer for the Wall Street Journal’s CareerJournal.com and CollegeJournal.com, jobstar.org, monster.com, careerbuilder.com, the Los Angeles Times’ career development web site, the San Francisco Chronicle, the San Francisco Examiner, and Dow Jones, Inc.’s National Business Employment Weekly and Managing Your Career magazine. His work can also be found in professional journals such as the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) and the National Association of Graduate Admissions Professionals (NAGAP). He is a frequent guest on television and radio and speaks at over 100 venues every year.
Mr. Asher lives in Northern Nevada and travels 200 days a year to speak at colleges and universities, corporate events, and some secondary schools.