Have you ever dreamed of working in China? Chile? India? Brazil?
Is this something you’ve been thinking about for years, but you’re uncertain about how to make it happen?
The new landscape of work transcends national boundaries, which creates unprecedented opportunities to work worldwide.
NOTE: I’ve gotten great feedback on this course, but recently the email provider I was using hit some technical difficulties, so I’ve had to deactivate it while I create a smoother and more valuable solution. In the meantime, subscribe and I’ll let you know as soon as the course re-launches. Thanks for understanding.
In the 6+ years since I graduated from university, I’ve worked…
… as an advertising copywriter, corporate social responsibility specialist, corporate trainer, English teacher, human resources consultant, interpreter, researcher, social entrepreneurship instructor, translator, tutor, and more…
… in China and now in Chile.
Through all of these projects, in all of these places, I’ve come to believe that creating your international career is a journey, a long-term pursuit of the intersection between:
- what you’re good at
- what you know about yourself
- who you know
In this course, I’ll share:
- advice from my own journey
- reflections on what it means to be a global citizen
- links to the most useful books and resources
- exercises to help you think through the process of creating your international career
Where do you dream of living and working?
Again, my apologies for the technical difficulties! In the meantime, I hope you’ll subscribe, so I can let you know as soon as the course re-launches. Thanks for understanding.