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The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, February 11, 1992- Page 7
Conference highlights international employment' opportunities

by Shelley Morrison
Students interested in interna-
tional business and social programs
will have a chance to learn about
opportunities in those fields during
a conference sponsored by the
International Center this week.
The conference began yesterday

"International Careers," which fea-
tured five international experts spe-
cializing in fields from interna-
tional consulting and non-profit
cultural exchange to Third World
development.
Yesterday's conference - co-
sponsored by the Career Planning
and Placement Office - gave advice

on employment opportunities ground in the desired field.
abroad.
Paula Tavrow, a former em-
International Center representa- ployee of the U.S. Agency for
tive Bill Nolting said prospective International Development and an
international employees should expert on Third World develop-
have four basic qualities - experi- ment said that in addition to these
ence living abroad, knowledge of a qualifications, people interested in
foreign language, as well as work international affairs must be
experience and education back- determined.

"Too many students expect an portant it was to be "culturally
international business opportunity open-minded".
to fall into their lap," Tavrow said.
"The key to getting the job you "I can't describe how neat it is to
want is through phone calls, letters, be able to function in a foreign cul-
writing samples - persistence." ture," Deser said "An interna-

tional can
LSA senior Jennifer Desser said ing, dynan
that after studying in Florence, active p
Italy, for a year she learned how im- culture."

reer would provide excit-
nic opportunities to be an
art of more than one

with

a seminar

titled

SRC dorm forums discuss redeputization and interim speech policies
by Karen Talaski "I'm not siurnried" said SRC and other campus groups. "We it should be better," Van Houwel- Warren and Van Houweling said ing university police.

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The Students' Rights Commis-
sion (SRC) sponsored forums in
East Quad and South Quad last night
for students to discuss the redeputi-
zation of the University Police
Force and the Interim Speech Code,
but only a handful of students
showed up to participate.

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Vice Chair Rob Van Houweling of
the low attendance. "We didn't ex-
pect a large turnout because of the
low publicity for these forums."
SRC Chair Michael Warren and
Van Houweling facilitated the dis-
cussions and encouraged students to
become involved with both the SRC

should be doing what we can to stop
these things," Warren said. "We
want justice to be done."
Organizers said the forums' main
focus was to solicit student input
about the deputization controversy
and the interim speech code.
"We want student input on how

ing said. "The students' voices
should be important on issues like
this."
Van Houweling also discussed
the SRC's stance on the University
administration's decision allowing
the regents to deputize police and to
carry weapons.

they hope the current oversight
board - which consists of two stu-
dents, two faculty members, and
two staff members - will have the
power to make changes in the De-
partment of Public Safety's meth-
ods of structuring, training, and hir-

SRC also used the forums to dis-
cuss the interim speech code and
proposed that the University adopt
the Michigan Collegiate Speech
Protection Act and replace the In-
terim Policy with a symbolic
statement against discrimination.

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