United Nations, How to Get In with Prof Ian Howie

Episode 5 June 07, 2018 00:31:42
United Nations, How to Get In with Prof Ian Howie
Dyason House Podcast
United Nations, How to Get In with Prof Ian Howie
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Show Notes

Want to work for the United Nations? Professor Ian Howie details how he achieved his dream of landing a job with the organisation that constitutes humankind’s best effort to make the world a better place. Ian spent 40 years with the UN and he knows what it takes, what to expect and where a career with the United Nations can take you. Make sure to grab a note book and enjoy this week’s episode of the Dyason House Podcast, it might just set you on the path for an international career.

Music: Jade by Scott Buckley

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