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The German Embassy has agreed to sponsor events for the German program:

German-American BusinessesFlyersJetzlsperger.fin2.jpgA Conversation with Christian Jetzlsperger (German Embassy Washington)
September 19, 2017
11-12, Wells Hall 342
With the help of a generous grant from the German Embassy in Washington, the German Program will sponsor a German Business Summit and Internship Resource Fair for students this semester.
The presentation and Q&A with Mr. Jetzlsperger, Deputy Head of the Political Department, will kick off MSU’s Campus Week Program on German American Business Relationships.

 

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German Businesses in Michigan and Beyond
A COMPETITION for Students in German Classes
Sponsored by the German Embassy in Washington
With the generous support of the German Embassy, the German Program is sponsoring a fun competition for all students enrolled in German classes. We are looking for entries in all media — e.g. games, posters, collages, informational websites, brochures, videos, cartoons — that highlight aspects of German businesses, their products, German goods, or interesting German business practices. Each level (GRM 100-400) will be judged individually (100 and 200-level classes contributions can be in English). First prizes $50, second, and third prizes $ 20 in gift cards for each level. Signed release form must accompany your entry.
DUE DATE: 20 OCTOBER 2017 to your instructor.

 

German BusinessesFlyers.final2kwSummit.JPGGerman Businesses in Michigan and Beyond
November 9, 2017, 3-5 PM
Wells Hall 310 PRESENTATION SPACE
With the help of a generous grant from the German Embassy in Washington, the German Program will sponsor a German Business Summit and Internship Resource Fair for students. This event will highlight the economic impact of German companies on the US and Michigan economies. Students in German classes are invited to explore information on these Michigan companies and the potential internships and employment opportunities they offer. This event will also prompt you to think about how to talk about your skills in preparation for internships and entering the job market.

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