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Global Professional Training: East and Southeast Asia
Texas Global is pleased to announce the 2023 Global Professional Training: East and Southeast Asia Symposium! This year’s in-person event will take place January 21, 2023. The one-day symposium will include interactive panel discussions and workshops, an information fair, and career panels that will further your knowledge of East and Southeast Asia and provide you with resources for seeking careers that engage with the region.
The symposium will include:
- Expert speakers and in-depth discussions covering Asia’s geopolitical and socioeconomic trends
- Interactive workshops on networking, core competencies, and practical tools for seeking out global careers
- Information fair with campus and community resources for professional, research, and volunteer experiences related to the region, including potential employers
Free Asian-themed lunch, dinner, snacks, raffle prizes, and Lunar New Year's celebration and cultural performance!
We invite you to participate in this opportunity to learn more about a diverse, dynamic, and critical region of the world.
Students registering for the symposium can also apply to become a GPT East and Southeast Asia Student Ambassador. Student ambassadors are part of a selective cohort of student leaders who support the planning of the symposium and create new intercultural programming opportunities related to the region throughout the academic year.
Texas Global is grateful to the sponsors of Global Professional Training and thanks Mr. and Mrs. Bill and Judy Bollinger, in particular, for their generous support in making this program possible.
Saturday, January 21, 2023, 11:00 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Symposium will take place at William C. Powers, Jr. Student Activity Center (WCP)
NO registration fee
Reserve your spot by January 18, 2023
About GPT East and Southeast Asia
Established in 2010, GPT East and Southeast Asia includes an in-person symposium and student-led intercultural programming throughout the year with the goal of developing students' cross-cultural professional skills, building a globally minded student network and celebrating cultures across the region. This internationally-focused experience is designed for students interested in pursuing international careers, especially in East and Southeast Asia. Students participate in specialized dialogues about the region and develop marketable professional skills while exploring careers and relevant UT courses and programs related to the region.
The goal of the conference is for students to gain:
- A stronger cultural and historical knowledge of East and Southeast Asia and its current affairs
- An understanding of communication and professional skills necessary to succeed in new cultural settings
- Knowledge of and strategies for identifying emerging industries and professional opportunities across East and Southeast Asia
- A network of peers, professionals, and academics with interests and experiences in the region
Texas Global is grateful to the sponsors of Global Professional Training and thanks Mr. and Mrs. Bill and Judy Bollinger in particular, for their generous support in making this program possible.
"I really loved the panels. I got lots of information about opportunities I never knew could be options for me." - Shreya Angana, B.S. '19 Public Health
GPT taught me how to work efficiently with those of a different culture that function professionally in ways different than on my own.Miguel Robles, B.S. Communications Studies '18, GPT Attendee , Peace Corps Volunteer in Indonesia
GPT [is] a really great way to make global friendships. I'm from South America, so I already know a lot about Latin American cultures and I've been to Europe, but it didn't really spark an interest in me. I like learning about developing countries and I’ve always looked towards Asia.Saera Durrani, B.A. '20 International Relations and Global Studies , How GPT Inspired Saera Durrani to Study, Intern and Work in Asia