Beyond the Cap and Gown: Embarking on a Career in the Humanitarian Field (Webinar Series)

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Have you recently graduated or are you a graduating senior wondering what career you should go into?

Join PHI’s GenNext Fellowship Program for a two-part webinar on February 15 and February 20 from 10am-11:15am PT to learn more about the humanitarian field and how to launch your career. The webinars will feature humanitarian assistance professionals from USAID, CARE, Global Communities, HIAS, EngenderHealth, Blumont, Public Health Institute and Save the Children, as well as the first cohort of GenNext fellows. Tune in to learn more about these organizations and what a career in the humanitarian assistance profession looks like.

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The GenNext Fellowship Program is a two-year fellowship program that aims to increase the diversity of professionals in the humanitarian sector by building a pathway for seniors and recent graduates of Minority-Serving Institutions: Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Hispanic-Serving Institutions, Asian American and Pacific Islander Institutions and Tribal Colleges and Universities. Learn more.

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