Tapping Global Talent: Career Pathways for Internationally Trained Engineers in the U.S.
In this webinar, WES Global Talent Bridge, TPI Composites and Greater Des Moines Partnership will discuss best practices for tapping the potential of internationally trained immigrants and creating career options that optimize their unique skills. Our guest presenters will share their experience both helping advance careers and hiring immigrant engineers in Des Moines, Iowa.
"Career Pathways in Engineering" is the latest release in the WES Global Talent Bridge "Pathways" e-guide series. This new e-guide outlines career and academic pathways in the field of engineering, with step-by-step pathways to a range of careers in engineering, licensing and certification requirements, and an array of helpful industry-specific resources.
Women’s History Month is commemorated in March. Here is an idea for an early start: integrate research, reading and writing skills with investigations of women in science. Many people recognize the name of Marie Curie and (perhaps) Rachel Carson. How about some of these other women, among whom are a pioneer in computer science, the physician who prevented the approval of thalidomide usage in the United States, a pioneering code-breaker during World War II, the person who established the field of industrial engineering, and many Nobel Prize laureates.
I am creating a list of ESL/ESOL programs that provide contextualized classes designed for specific professions (i.e., classes that teach professional medical terminology as opposed to just teaching English).
Does anyone know of programs that offer these services? I'm looking specifically for programs that teach English terminology for the following professions (but welcome suggestions outside of these fields as well): Dentistry, Engineering and Pharmacology.