HSP Co-organised seminar “[For graduate students] Career Development Through UN Volunteers”(Jun 5, 2024)

Title Career Development Through UN Volunteers
Descriptions United Nations Volunteer programmes (UNV) contributes to development and peacebuilding by dispatching UN Volunteers to UN organizations around the world. In 2022, more than 12,000 UN Volunteers have been dispatched worldwide. In order to encourage more people to become UN Volunteers, Tokyo Liaison Office expands various activities in cooperation with governments, universities, and other organizations. In this seminar, a wide range of information on UN Volunteers will be provided. This includes volunteer assignments, benefits, requirements, application processes and career development through UN Volunteer oppotunities. The seminar welcomes the participation of current students and alumni, who are interested in gaining field experience during/after their graduate studies, UN careers, or taking a new step forward in life. Faculty and staff members in charge of career support are also welcome.
Participants UTokyo graduate students only
Date 5th ( wed ) June, 2024, 12:15 – 13:00
Venue Online (Registration Form)
Moderator Asako Sakurai (Partnership Development Specialist, UNV Tokyo Liaison Office)
Kazuhi Kanai (Advocacy Officer, UNV Tokyo Liaison Office)
Language Japanese
Materials N/A
Organizer United Nations Volunteers (UNV) Tokyo Liaison Office
Co-organizers Graduate Program on Human Security (HSP), The University of Tokyo

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