Mandarin Consulting To Present At NYU Wasserman Center
New York, NY – August 18, 2015 – Mandarin Consulting announced that it will conduct several workshops at the NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development for NYU’s international students. The seminars are scheduled to take place on September 30, 2015 and October 26, 2015 in the Wasserman Center. The objective of the seminars is to help international students overcome cultural differences with their future employers and understand about job application process in international companies.
“Working with the NYU Wasserman Center is an exciting opportunity for us to utilize our expertise to help all international students,” said Carrie Waley, CEO and founder of Mandarin Consulting. “The job scene for international students is even more challenging as they have to learn and understand native business etiquette and the requirement of employers. This is where we come in with our decades of professional career coaching experience to help bridge that cultural differences and help international students with their job application in international companies.”
Besides bridging cultural differences, the seminars also address crucial aspects of job application that would be applicable to all job applicants. The main contents of the seminar include job searching skills on finding suitable companies and positions; understand qualities that international companies are looking for from international students and graduates; networking and generating referrals and the four types of interview questions.
The seminars will be co-hosted by Mandarin Consulting’s CEO Carrie Waley and Director David Peckham. Carrie Waley is an experienced cross culture consultant and trainer who provides training to senior executives worldwide. David Peckham, who was a consultant for World Bank Projects and Strategic Consultant in PwC, has over 40 years of professional experience in 35 countries. For more information on the speakers and the event, please visit:http://us.mcilcn.com.