Career Services Coordinator Theodore Caruthers will be moderating a panel discussion on graduate school at the upcoming Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA) Diversity Forum: Student and Young Professional Workshop.
The workshop, which takes place on Saturday, July 13, in Washington, DC, is designed for rising sophomores and juniors who are traditionally underrepresented in international affairs. During the event, students will learn how to channel their interests into international careers; build skills to be competitive in a global market; and prepare for and afford graduate school.
“Underrepresented populations are typically left out of the graduate school “how to” conversation,” Caruthers says. “This panel provides the opportunity for me to help bridge the gap for those students and show them everything that’s possible with graduate school.”