Asia Pacific Career & Networking Forum

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McLaren Conference Center

2130 Fulton St.

San Francisco, CA 94117

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2017 Asia Pacific Career & Networking Forum

The University of San Francisco Master of Arts in Asia Pacific Studies (MAPS) Program will host a Career & Networking Forum on Thursday, February 23rd in the McLaren Complex, Room 250 at 4:30 p.m. MAPS students and alumni--along with other graduate students and undergraduate students from fields related to Asia Pacific Studies--are invited to attend. At this dynamic event, entitled Bridging the Academic to the Professional, participants will have the valuable opportunity to both network with their peers and meet with organizations looking for employees, interns, and volunteers. Keynote speaker, Evelyn Obamos, International Project Manager at Pinterest, will kick off the event, followed by networking between participants and organizations.

Participating Organizations

ABS-CBN Balitang America

Ajilon

The Asia Foundation

Bay Area Council

btrax

Center for Asian American Media (CAAM)

Chinese Culture Center and Foundation of San Francisco

Chopsticks Alley

Chronos Wearables

Consulate General of Japan in San Francisco

Consulate General of Mongolia

Fred T. Korematsu Institute

Freedom House

iiicareer

Institute of International Education

Intralink

Glass, Lewis & Co., LLC

Japan Society of Northern California

Kiva

Korea-US Cultural Exchange Foundation

Lyrical Opposition

Mercari

Merrill Lynch

New York Life

Pasona N A, Inc.

Pilipino Senior Resource Center

Pinterest

Princeton in Asia

Richmond District YMCA of San Francisco

San Francisco Filipino Community Center

Uber

US-China Advancement Council

Veterans Equity Center

VIA

Vietnamese Youth Development Center

West Bay Pilipino Multi-Service Center

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