International Students may be the missing piece when developing your global talent pool.
Many employers have concerns when hiring international students for internships. Please join us for a morning of learning how hiring international students as interns can add to your company's global talent pool as well as foster diversity and inclusion within your organization without worry and hassle. Please explore the links in the agenda below for more details about each speaker and their topic(s).
When: February 12, 2016
Time: 8:30 AM to 11:45 AM
Where: Sweet Room (UR 241), Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs
Agenda 8:30 AM to 11:45 AM
|8:30||Registration, breakfast, networking|
|9:00||Welcome and Introductions by Dr. Oya Tukel and Dr. Vickie Coleman-Gallagher|
|9:15||Francis Fungsang, Esq. of Margaret W. Wong & Associates, LLC will speak about employment authorization, federal regulations, student and employer responsibilities and options after a student graduates|
|10:00||Brenda J. Davis Smith, Associate Vice President, Northeast Ohio Council on Higher Education (NOCHE) will discuss onboarding, orientation and best practices for working with international student interns|
|10:20||Pam Coletta, former Manager, Grants Compliance Department, Cleveland State University Career Services Center|
|10:40||Break for coffee and light snacks|
Diversity in the Workplace and Global Talent: a panel discussion moderated by Dr. Tracy Porter. Panelists include: