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Career Booster Europe@Canva

Career Booster Europe

Do you study German, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Polish, Czech, Romanian, Estonian or any other language spoken in the EU or on the European continent? Interested in exploring how you can weave them into your education or future career? Career Booster EUrope, an information and networking fair, will give you ideas and hands-on examples on how to approach these questions. Meet and network with representatives of EU companies in the US, universities, funding institutions, consulates, study abroad organizations, vocational training schools and others.  Attend panel discussions, presentations and workshops that will help you think about how to design your individual trajectory. The event is geared towards high school students, undergraduate- and graduate students and anyone interested in a future with world languages. 

What is the European Day of Languages?

Career Booster EUrope honors the European Day of Languages (EDL). Launched in 2001 by the Council of Europe, EDL is celebrated anually and globally on September 26. It aims to raise awareness of the importance of language learning; promote the rich linguistic and cultural diversity of Europe and  increase plurilingualism and intercultural understanding. See our past event here. 


What to expect at Career Booster EUrope

What to expect at Career Booster Europe@Goethe-Institut NY

About the Organizers

This event is organized by EUNIC NY in collaboration with local partners. EUNIC NY is part of EUNIC (EU National Institutes for Culture),  a global network of EU cultural organizations. To date there are 125 clusters represented in 90 countries. In New York City, the EUNIC-NY-cluster consists of 22 regular members and 18 associated members. Its aim is to promote European values, build capacity among members and partners, and engage local partners in dialogue and cultural projects. Visit EUNIC NY website to learn more about how we foster transatlantic cooperation in the arts and culture. 





 Eva Baker
Director Language Department
Goethe-Institut New York

 Ajkuna Hoppe
Educational Liaison
Goethe-Institut New York