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Tools to Improve Interview Skills

Interviews—we all have to do them at some point, and yet we all dislike them. After all, it’s not easy to appear confident, knowledgeable, and likeable when your palms are sweating and you’re worried about what the interviewer is writing down as you speak....

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List of International Development Job Websites

Here is an extensive list of job websites for people looking for a job in International Development. This list is the result of a public question on the excellent Facebook group International Development Jobs for Young Professionals (170.000+ members). List of...

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When things go wrong: evacuating N'zerekore

Life serving or working as an international aid worker will be the most challenging and rewarding job that you will probably end up accepting throughout your career. Peaks and valleys is the best way to judge a potential scenario for yourself, while operating in the...

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Masters Students Apply Learned Knowledge to Help Communities

Projects around the world help those in need while master’s degree students apply newly learned knowledge and skills in their chosen communities Those with the passion and desire to have a greater impact in their communities need the critical knowledge and proven...

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Thoughts on Choosing a Career in International Development

International development is a multi faceted field. A great many talented young (and not so young) people, at least flirt with the possibility of engaging in it professionally. With the exception of a few students that have studied with economists, educators, health...

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Interview with Eric – SolidarMed hiring team

Who has better advice for job seekers than the hiring teams? This time we interviewed Eric Anderegg, that shares with us interesting information on SolidarMed selection process. SolidarMed regularly advertise their jobs on AidBoard, you can check their open vacancies...

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Master of Arts in Community Development Policy and Practice

The Master of Arts in Community Development Policy and Practice is a low-residency, 14-month program at the University of New Hampshire that prepares individuals for advanced policy- and practice-oriented work in sustainable community development both in the United...

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