If you are interested in an international career, consider getting an education, doing research on careers you are interested in, and networking. Clark Nielsen, former Senior Managing Director of Darby Technology Ventures, relates his advice for students that are interested in international business. Transcript James Oldroyd: I’m James Oldroyd at InternationalHub. It’s good to be with you. I’m here with Clark Nielson, who was the senior managing director and general counsel o
“Is this worth it?” Many individuals ask this question as they weigh various investments of their time, money, and energy. One such investment is that of an international study program. Whether students are going abroad for one semester, or for their entire education, many questions and uncertainties may cross their minds. Some of which include whether or not they will be able to communicate with those of a different language, whether or not they will gain the rich learning e
Luke Mocke, founder of Mentorli, shares his insights about how to find the right mentor for any job. Being born in South Africa in 1991, the year Apartheid ended, Mocke understands what it means to work to bring people together. Through his university experience, he was able to find great mentors to help him in his educational journey and in finding a job. He founded Mentorli as a way to give back by helping students, young professionals, and anyone seeking a new job to conne
There are approximately 2,000,000 saunas in Finland, a country with a total population around 5,500,000. That’s a sauna for every two to three individuals. It’s no wonder saunas are such a hot place for making connections and forming relationships. For a population that is fairly reserved in discussing personal topics in their normal business relationships, it is nice to have a place forblowing off steam and connect with those who typically hold a very professional demeaner.