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Lucille Jade Galvan
Associate Director of Leadership and Professional Development
Jade creates professional development programs and strategically delivers career services for AUW alumnae and undergraduate students; manages existing relationships with employers and identifies new opportunities for strategic partnerships with multiple organizations in various geographies; and provides visible leadership and supervision to a multicultural team, ensuring high-level service and rapid response to the changing global landscape
Ameena manages relationships with organizations seeking to hire AUW liberal arts students and alumnae talent; assists the Director in delivering the predetermined goal rates through services that offer career guidance counseling, generate internship and job leads, coordinate international study exchange opportunities and appropriately match qualified candidates with potential job or masters study opportunities while developing and maintaining strategic relationships with universities, employers and AUW alumnae.
Junior Fellow (Alumnae Affairs Officer)
Nargis is responsible to support the planning and full implementation of projects and programs that keep AUW alumnae connected to each other and to AUW; an alumna from Class of 2015 herself, she encourages and promotes the professional development of both students and alumnae, maintaining a centralized resource database; provides support, coordination and evaluation to AUW’s pioneer Mentorship Program that links high potential students of AUW with women professionals in various fields of expertise throughout the world.
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CDIP Student Ambassador (CSA)
Sharmila assists with event organization, writes blog reports for the CDIP weekly newsletter, and helps with various projects in the office. Currently, she is leading a team of 3 on a project to develop a Career Guidebook for students.
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CDIP Student Ambassador
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Email: email@example.com
Telephone: (+88) 31 2854980-87, ext. 182, 112 or 180
Asian University for Women
20/A M.M. Ali Road
The Career Development Center is now the Center for Career Development and International Programs (CDIP) to better align the name with the scope of services we now provide. This transition is effective since November 1, 2016.We are excited with the merging of Career Development Center (CDC) and Center for International Program (CIP) units, and together with our expanded and dedicated transition support team, we hope to increase accessibility and better meet the needs of all AUW stakeholders – from providing excellent customer service for employer partners in campus recruiting and communication, to improving access for students to resources like career assessments & counseling, professional development workshops, internships, study exchange, scholarships, graduate studies and job opportunities.
The Career Development Center (CDC) and The Center for International Programs (CIP)is now under one roof…
Effective November 1 st 2016, CDC and CIP have merged to form the brand new Center for Career Development and International Programs (CDIP), aiming towards academic and professional development of the Asian University for Women (AUW) students.
GOAL – To support AUW’s mission in preparing forward-thinking students, CDIP helps students
discover a career path that will lead them to the independent future they envision.
To streamline CDIP, activities and services such as internship opportunities, job listings, higher studies and international study exchange programs now work effectively under one roof!
Ensuring the proper guidance and support throughout their junior and senior years, whether it is grad school or their first job experience, CDIP prepares students to tackle pressing challenges around the world through one-on-one consultations, workshops & training sessions. In addition to this, CDIP collaborates with institutions abroad and facilitates study-exchange programs, which allows them to expand their cultural knowledge and experience a foreign study environment.
AUW students come from diverse cultural backgrounds studying a unique liberal arts curriculum, allowing employers to reach out to students with varied career interests. Not only are the students eager to grab the next work experience opportunity but are bursting with new ideas to contribute towards the work place and the community itself.
CDIP provides employers with the opportunity to present their organization to the students, engage in interactive sessions and hire candidates that best fit the job profiles. Starting this term, CDIP has hosted organizations such as UNHCR, DHL and Li & Fung, etc. Click on the links to learn more about the events.
The CDIP team is buzzing with excitement at the beginning of this new chapter, with many other guest speakers and workshops lined up for the upcoming months, which includes representatives from Marriott International, the University of Sussex and LinkedIn visiting the campus soon!
Employers interested to connect with CDIP can email at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/AUWCDIP/