Mar22200911:01 am

Self-promotion alert: Working World review in International Educator

Yes, I know: yet another self-promotion. But this one is perhaps a bit more self-less—because in directing you to the (quite positive!) review of Working World in the March/April issue of International Educator magazine, I’ll also encourage you to check out some of the other articles in the issue, especially the feature on “nontraditional students” (minorities, adults, those with disabilities, and gay and lesbian students) engaging in education abroad. An enlightening read.

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2 Responses to “Self-promotion alert: Working World review in International Educator”

  1. Ryan says:

    Gay and lesbians are nontraditional? Really? Does this article reference women as well?

  2. Marty Tillman, SAIS Career Services says:

    Had I known about this blog, I would have included it in my review! I hope the review sparks interest among my colleagues throughout the country in the central message of the book. That is, that careers in the field of international education and development should be approached with the same degree of professionalism as in any other field. And building such a career requires paying attention to the unique aspects of working in the sector.

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