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The #1 Interviewing Mistake, Plus 5 More Lessons

The #1 Interviewing Mistake, Plus 5 More Lessons

It’s common for a potential candidate to have a semi-interview with the job’s supervisor all set up weeks before the job is ever published online. That’s why you need to activate your networks, AND prepare well for a job BEFORE you apply. Here’s how.

How to build a career at the U.N.

How to build a career at the U.N.

This post was originally featured on Human Rights Careers. Lisa’s background: Lisa Smyth is an international development communications specialist, currently Communications Manager at the Forest Stewardship Council in Bonn, Germany, and simultaneously completing a Masters of Communications for Development at Malmo University in Sweden. Born […]

How to land a job at the UN in Latin America

How to land a job at the UN in Latin America

Screen Shot 2016-07-25 at 15.16.49This post was originally featured on:

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We met four years ago in Quito, and then saw each other again in the Caribbean when we both worked in Haiti. Here, my friend Thomas shares what he’s learnt on getting started working in international development and NGOs, and his experience in Latin America.

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