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UNAA VIC Young Professionals International Careers Mentoring Night

A chance for networking, mentoring and career development

Are you interested in working for the United Nations (UN)? Or an international career with purpose? Come and speak directly to global sector experts at the United Nations Association of Australia (UNAA) – Victoria Young Professionals (YP) international careers speed mentoring event. You will gain exclusive access to advice from leaders across the global spectrum.

Instead of sitting back and listening to presentations, you will be part of small groups who will chat with individual mentors until the bell rings and then you move to another mentor. Mentors will be on hand to provide advice and ideas about international careers in the UN and related international organisations. There will be plenty of opportunity to ask questions and information regarding international volunteering opportunities.

The UNAA – Victorian YPs are a group of friendly, like-minded, ambitious individuals always looking for opportunities to develop and grow. Don’t feel comfortable coming alone? Bring a like-minded friend or colleague.

6pm – 8pm, Thursday 25th May 2023
UNAA VIC Office, East Melbourne (location details to be provided upon event ticket purchase)
$30 for non-members, $0 for members. **MEMBER ALLOCATION EXHAUSTED**

Not yet a member, but interested in joining our community? Sign up here to become a UNAA YP member for $25 (this is a $5 saving from the event ticket)! United Nations Association of Australia (Victoria Division) | TidyHQ 

Limited spots available, so book your Event ticket asap by clicking on the Event Details link below.

Nibbles, snacks and drinks shall be provided.


Rana Ebrahami (Multicultural Youth Advocacy Network, former UNHCR Officer)

Lynette Phuong (World Health Organisation)

Rosie Dalheim (UN Women)

Ian Howie (Adjunct Professor International Studies, RMIT University, former UN Division of Human Resources, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), and International Labour Organisation (ILO))

Emily Megow (Departent of Foreign Affairs and Trade – Program and Partnerships Section)