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  • Published date: Mar 27, 2012
    • San Jose, United States
Training in the IMEX  , COM It should , Executive Director and , learn during your

Want to learn more about global trade and international trade? Apply for a training day! Simply send an email to ~ ~ V with your contact information, resume, and list three things key you hope to accomplish or learn during your training, and requirements of your time and expectations, and pushed the dates of availability and in-house training is paid. Available depending on experience. IMEX showroom for export and import is currently accepting applications for internships for the summer and autumn of 2008. 3 months and 6 months of procedure is now available. Trainees are given our tremendous 1 ocommunityy to get to know the community of world trade and the specifics of international trade - as well as practical office skills, event / project management, communication, and professional interaction. Preferably with a strong interest of the students demonstrated in international trade. Flexible schedules, but there should be a minimum of 20 hours per week. To apply for training in the IMEX Import and Export Fair: Applicants should submit a cover serious, and resume to IMEXSHOWROOM@YAHOO.COM ~ ~ V. It should cover letters are the body of the e-mail, and should remember three things key you hope to accomplish or learn during your training, and requirements of your time (eg 9:00 to 1:00), and expectations, and the dates of availability (from Monday Friday from June1 to August 31). CVs should be cut and pasted in the body of an e-mail, or sent as a document of Microsoft Word, PDF attachment, or mailed hard copy to 2131 South Tenth St. San Jose, California. 95112. Will not resume without a cover letter be taken into account. It can be a cover letter or e-mail attachment in the e-mail, but should cover the information contained in the preceding paragraph. Favorites: Send a cover letter and resume via email to: ~ ~ V. With the subject line: Application training (or similar). Details of the duties of training: an educator, and the Executive Director to ensure that each trainee learns from a variety of experiences and exposure during their time at IMEX Import and Export Fair. A formal training program ensures trainees and hit the ground running upon his arrival, and provide them with limitless opportunity to contribute, and show initiative and demonstrate responsibility. Duties of the intern include, but are not limited to: · Engage in the analysis of real world import export research at your choice of relevant topics. · Events; planning and preparing for and participating in events IMEX · Contribute to the content, design, production and distribution in the IMEX from our newsletter. · General office duties such as answering phones, filing, etc., as assigned. In addition, each student will be given the opportunity to work on the project (s) that are unique to his or her own personal interests or academic. And discusses the project (s), and agreed with the Executive Director, and is completed during the training period. Formal offer leadership training is also part of a program of import and export IMEX trainee. Director is working hard to make sure every trainee feels they represent an important part of the team IMEX, and make significant contributions to the organization and we build a dynamic business world, and to encourage dialogue ongoing trade, and have some fun along the way!

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