Destination Workshops

We invite educational institutions, corporations, NGOs and experts from world-class destinations to share their experience in implementing Global Goals in their communities.  Through these preview workshops, students learn what to expect if they choose to study in those locations or work with those organizations.  

 

Please click on the link and indicate your interests.  These workshops are open to the general public free of charge.  

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Sunday, December 12 - 9:00 - 9:30 AM ET
(check your local time)
 
Destination: Spain
 
Hosted by: Mane Nalbandyan
Senior Regional Manager, Asia Pacific
Undergraduate Degrees


IE University

Mane is originally from Armenia when she started her career as a marketing and social media expert in a gaming company.  She has always been passionate about education and moved to the international education sector for the past 5 years.  She works as a Senior Regional Manager for the Asia Pacific region in IE University´s Global Markets team. Having international education and spending a year in IE University, she is now based in Madrid and heads IE´s international offices in Asia and Oceania in order to guide students through their educational journey.

 
 
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Sunday, Jan. 9, 8:45 - 9:30 AM ET
(check your local time)
 
Destination: Germany

Hosted by: Mamilla (Kam) Shagazatova
Bachelor of Applied Science
 
Jacobs University

During her high school years, Kam took part in events like TedTalk or Model MUN, as well as organized a Public speaking and Debate club. Such experience was then carried to university events, Kam with her team are creating a school program in partnership with the Society of women in STEM. Studying Robotics allows her to talk about deeper aspects of the field and develops her problem-solving skills.  Kam enjoys studying at Jacobs University, an international university.  She enjoys getting to know people from different backgrounds and can’t wait to meet more at the Forum.  She is thrilled to show what women in STEM can do