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Careers in Security

Trainer: Auset Mitchell (virtual) 

Workshop Description
13:00 - 15:00

For students interested in defense and security in both the domestic and international contexts. This workshop offers perspective on how to get started, the realities and expectations of daily life in this career field, and what to keep in mind when narrowing interests and applying for roles. The workshop introduces various routes to entry, including internship programs, entry-level opportunities, and mid-career transition possibilities. We will discuss options for the private and public sectors, and students leave with a plan to move forward. 

Workshop Location

This workshop is on Zoom and will be screened in the auditorium

This workshop is taught online.

To join the webinar, please click here.

Meeting ID: 870 3459 4967

Passcode: 622948

Individual Sessions
Register for  a career advising session with Auset Mitchell

Auset Mitchell is a dynamic young professional with a background in government, NATO, and the private sector. She has worked in conflict environments within peacekeeping and capacity building missions, practiced international relations at the strategic level, and gained expertise in security related geo-politics in Europe, South Asia, Eastern Africa, and the United States. Her professional experience is complemented by varied military training and a Master of Laws from BSIS. Her present professional focus is as a trainer and consultant in engagements, civil-military cooperation, political - security analysis, field research, and project management. Other interests include climate security and gender in conflict. 

Can advise students interested in defence, security and NATO.

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