Turn your degree into a career!
The CQ Press Career Guide for Global Politics Students helps students navigate their first steps toward a career in global politics or international relations. With a focus on setting personal goals and maximizing transferable skills, author Peter Ubertaccio outlines diverse career-path options for global politics students and illuminates pathways to graduate school. Full of practical advice on how to secure a job—including a collection of employment resources, résumé-building tips, and student success stories—this guide provides an action-oriented road map for students to develop their undergraduate experience into a fulfilling career in global politics.
- A chapter on curriculum and co-curriculum offers advice on course selections that will point students toward realistic and suitable careers in the world of international politics.
- Tips for study abroad opportunities and language building skills encourage students to learn a new language and guide them through the process of postgraduate fellowships and service.
- Advice on internships, nonprofit advocacy, and graduate school options helps students determine their next steps and provides guidance on how these options might boost long-term career potential.
- Alumni Profiles motivate readers with powerful stories of successful students who went on to careers in international politics.
- A career checklist provides students with valuable insights on résumé building, social media strategies, and networking.
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|What Is Global Politics?|
|What Is Your Curriculum?|
|What Is a Co-Curriculum?|
|What About Internships and Experiential Opportunities?|
|What Is Study Abroad?|
|Postgraduate Fellowships and Service|
|Why Study Another Language?|
|What Is Graduate School?|
|What Is Professional School?|
|Should You Go Right Into the Job Market?|
|What Else Can I Do to Make Myself Competitive?|