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Subject: Higher Education for Asian Students Symposium

Description:
The organizers for the Higher Education for Asian Students Symposium would
love to get 2 or 3 Asian Students from University of Maryland (seniors or
recent graduates) to attend their Higher Education Symposium. They are happy
to offer couple of complimentary tickets so that they have reps from major
universities in the DMV area.

If you are interested in a complimentary ticket contact Cindy Shao at
[log in to unmask]


Higher Education for Asian Students Symposium
July 29th, 2015
8:00am - 1:00pm
DTZ Conference Center
8300 Boone Blvd, Ste 100
Tysons Corner, VA 22182
http://asian-americanchamber.org/edu

"Professional Recruiters to Speak on Employment at Higher Education for the
Asian-American Community Symposium" (HEAACS)

In an ideal world, college seniors move straight to dream jobs right after
graduation. In the real world, astute students and employers must optimize
the search by leveraging their opportunities to meet. One such opportunity,
to which all interested individuals are invited, is Recruiting Students into
Public/Private Sectors, one of three panels offered at the Asian American
Chamber of Commerce's upcoming special symposium for area employers and
Asian-American students.

The Recruiting panel, which was designed to appeal to both employers and job
seekers who attend the symposium, will feature government and the private
sector recruiters who routinely seek strong students and other entry-level
professionals for career-quality positions as they address job seekers'
concerns:

   *   What are employers in the various sectors - government, technology,
government contracting, professional services (accountants, etc) - currently
looking for in candidates?
      *   Professional, educational credentials? Skill sets?
      *   Behaviors? Communication abilities?
   *   What in a resume will catch a recruiter's attention?
   *   What will make the recruiter/hiring manager want to interview the
candidate?
   *   What behaviors during the interview will bring positive results?

Among our speakers:

•    Mark Mitsui, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Community Colleges in the
Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education (OCTAE)-U.S. DEPT OF
EDUCATION
•    Asunción Sanz, President, Context In Culture, LLC
•    Jamarr H., CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY
•    John Hough, Vice President for Community Relations at American Public
University System (APUS)
•     Lindy Ybarra, International Agent Relationship Liaison, APUS
•     Alan Luba, Owner and Principal Consultant, Human Resources
Consultants LLC
•     Robert F. Grimsland, Vice President of Programs, Stellarpeak Corp.
•     Bob Meixner, Recruiting Consultant

This fast-paced, three-panel Symposium will take place on Wednesday, July 29,
2015, 8:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m. at the DTZ Conference Center, 8300 Boone Blvd,
Tysons Corner, VA 22182

The overall purpose of HEAACS is to connect leading Asian & Pacific-American
partners, organizations offering higher education learning ideas and
technologies, government resources, and the business community with
Asian-American students and those interested in working with them, so please
join us!


About AACC: Dedicated to improving the economic development of Asian,
Pacific, and American-owned businesses in the Washington Metropolitan Area,
the Asian American Chamber of Commerce (AACC) is also a great platform for
any corporation interested in reaching out to the local Asian & Pacific
market. AACC provides multiple opportunities for its members to network and
market their products and services. Major activities that facilitate the
growth and development of member businesses include AACC-sponsored events
such as business networking programs, Business Expo, business development
workshops, seminars, and other special events. More information about AACC
can be found at www.asian-americanchamber.org.


Higher Education for Asian Students Symposium
July 29th, 2015
8:00am - 1:00pm
DTZ Conference Center
8300 Boone Blvd, Ste 100
Tysons Corner, VA 22182
http://asian-americanchamber.org/edu

Contact Person: Cindy Shao
Contact Email: [log in to unmask]

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