Black Internationalism Career Corner Talks: How to pursue Africa-related careers and utilize your African language skills

The Center for African Studies at Howard University presents our 2021 Black Internationalism Career Corner Talks. The first event of the series focused on How to pursue Africa-related careers and utilize your African language skills. The following talks will be scheduled from mid-March through May. We’re bringing in alumni from Howard and HBCUs, as well as members of the African Diaspora to share their experiences working in international public, private, and nonprofit industries and information on programs that interest our students, alumni, and HBCU community.

  • Are you interested in studying or working abroad in Africa?
  • Do you have a background in, or are you interested in learning about world (“foreign”) languages, especially African languages?
  • Are you interested in a career path that will allow you to work on international issues or with an international community?
  • Are you interested in learning about experiences in international affairs from Howard University alumni and professionals working in the international public, private, or nonprofit sectors?

Our “Career Corner Talks” will virtually convene members of the U.S. Foreign Service, international and foreign policy experts, researchers, nonprofit practitioners, members of multilateral organizations, and many more! 


  Upcoming Dates
    Upcoming Dates

    The upcoming dates of the series will be announced soon.