Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Career Workshop at SJSU

Discussion About Career Paths in Globalization Era
If you are a parent, a student, a professional who cares about the followings:
How to prepare and land on a right job for the future
How to advance in the current employment
Select the right career path suitable for the globalization trend
Case studies in career handling situations
Tour of state-of-the art labs at SJSU

And more …
You are cordially invited to join us in the
Q&A and Panel Session
Organized by the Youth Development Group and VietMentor with the following

Speakers and Panelists:
Tuoc Vinh Luong – Senior VP, Yahoo! Search – Keynote Speaker
Tri Tran – Senior Advisor, Department of Energy, USA
Nga Vu –President 2007-2008, Cisco Asian Affinity Network; Senior Manager, Cisco Systems Inc.
Kim Anh Vu – Director of Student Services, Oak Grove School District, San Jose
Huyen-Nhung Le – Adjunct Faculty of Vietnamese Language, SJSU & K-12 Educator,
Parkview School
Luc T. Nguyen – Sr. Manager National Technical Services, Tellabs & Adjunct Faculty, SJSU
Antoine Duong – Sr. Strategic Alliances Manager, Sun Microsystems, Inc.

San José State University, Room E-345, third floor, Engineering Building
(corner of 6th and San Fernando Street)
Sunday June 7, 2009
1:30pm: Reception 2pm: Event begins
FREE Parking available at garage structure at the corner of 4th St. and San Fernando St.

The Organizing Committee:

Christopher Hoang Pham, Nhan Van Luu (SJSU) – Bick Nguyen (P. Bick Nguyen & Associates) – Gam Vu Nguyen (EVC) – Trung Ngoc Ngo, Trung Khuong Huynh, Ha Thanh Nguyen, Cao Trung Nguyen, Viet Dai Hoang (YDG) – Michelle Mai (Asian American
Recovery Services) –Lena Pham-Tran (UC Santa Cruz) –Canh Van Nguyen (Stanford University, Founder & Advisor YDG)

Sponsored by:
Youth Development Group & VietMentor, San Jose State University, Professor Thuy Trong Le,
EE/SJSU, Vietica Inc., San Jose Library

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