Special Announcement

 

Virtual Career Lab

 

Career Lab is now virtual and accessible to both Washington and Worldwide members. 

Registration for our April/May session has NOW CLOSED: Registration was opened till April 1, or until we reach our maximum registrations of  25 participants.

Career Lab is a series of 5 virtual workshops beginning with an orientation on Tuesday, April 26th at 8:00 am Washington DC time. 
All other workshops will be held on Wednesdays. These workshops are designed to help you manage your career as a globally mobile professional and accompanying spouse.

 
The workshops are as follows:
  •  Introductions and Orientation – Tuesday, April 26, 2022  (primarily to get acquainted with the technology and with fellow participants) 
  •  Mindset Matters – Wednesday, April 27, 2022
  •  My Career Journey – Wednesday, May 4, 2022
  •  Tools for the Journey – Wednesday, May 11, 2022
  •  Networking – Wednesday, May 18, 2022

For DC based participants there will be 2 additional workshops on resume and interviewing which will be specific to the US market. 

  •  Resume Writing – Wednesday, May 25, 2022
  •  Interviewing - Wednesday, June 1, 2022
 
All sessions will be 90 mins long to allow time for interaction and Q&A.  Each session builds on the preceding one, therefore for this to be a meaningful activity we strongly recommend that you commit to attending all 5 sessions and all 7 sessions if you are based in Washington DC. Sessions are limited to 25 participants.
 
Registration was opened till April 1 or until we reach our maximum registrations of  25 participants
 
A Zoom link to join the sessions will be sent out to all registered and confirmed participants at a later date.

Here is what past participants have said about their experience in the Virtual Career Lab:

As soon as the career lab went "virtual," I signed up for the first session, and I'm glad I did. As a decentralized spouse, I had been waiting for the career lab to move online and was thrilled when it did. It's worthwhile for any World Bank spouse, who is trying to pursue a career in a new country or while moving from country to country. Amy Sevimli, Kingston, Jamaica.

"I found the tools I learned at the first virtual Career Lab very helpful, not only for the job search but also to feel confident and optimistic. The virtual modality was not a barrier, the resources used made the distance invisible and was able to listen to the experiences of "friends" from different parts of the world. Really exciting!!!" Federico Hahn, Metro DC.