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Charting a Career in International Development

For recent graduates and students interested in international development work, finding that first professional position can be daunting. Students often juggle volunteer work, unpaid internships and endless networking in hopes of getting a foot in the door.

Charting a Career in International Development Speakers

On July 24, Global Washington members along with international development students and interns gathered at PATH’s headquarters in Seattle for Charting a Career in International Development, featuring an accomplished panel of speakers: Lincoln Miller, Senior Director, Program Management at Landesa; Nancy Ward, Chief Engagement Officer for World Justice Project; and David Wu, Chief Development Officer at PATH. Read More

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Sahar

featuredorg-sahar-1-350pxThere is high demand in Afghanistan to increase access to education for the nation’s children, too many of whom are forced out of school by factors beyond their control. Global Washington Member Sahar Education International is working to provide resources for Afghan students to give them educational opportunities they may have not otherwise had. Sahar focuses on Afghan girls, who are kept out of the country’s education system at a severely disproportionate rate. Read More

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Seattle company working to do good with ‘experteering’

SEATTLE — Jaime Van Horn is a corporate strategist that had a desire to use her skills for a good cause. While searching online, she stumbled upon a website she thought would be a match for that she needed.

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