1) Volunteer Coordinator/Program Assistant2) Character Development / Physical Activities Director3) College Readiness Coach(Adelante Hispanic Achievers)- Spanish Language Instructor (part-time)(Los Monitos Language Company)- International Admissions Officer (Sullivan University)
- Performance Engineer - Technology Project Manager - APDP Talent Consultant (Humana) - Brown-Forman careers (multi-cultural marketing)- GE opportunities- Humana job opportunities - LG&E career center- Linak jobs (bi-linguals)- Yum! career opportunities
International newcomers to Greater Louisville offer
exceptional education, professional skills and credentials. But sometimes a lack of familiarity of the U.S.
style of business and cultural norms create barriers to success.
To address this challenge, the G.L.I.P. Mentorship Program
links established regional professionals with international protégés to offer
guidance and advice such as:
In addition to a positive attitude toward newcomers to the
U.S., mentors should be established, having lived in the region for more than
two years and currently work or have extensive background in their profession.
to meeting with their protégé for a minimum of 12 hours over a six month period and are asked to include
protégés in their circle of contacts.
Full details about becoming a
G.L.I.P. Mentor are available here.
Click below to download the mentor application form:
To be eligible for the G.L.I.P. Protégé program, you must be signed up through our
website. --- it’s free!
Release Date: Apr 29, 2013
Release Date: Apr 19, 2013
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Release Date: Mar 29, 2013
The Greater Louisville International Professionals (G.L.I.P.) showcases Louisville’s welcoming and inclusive nature by serving as a trusted source of information, conversations and connections between international professionals and the region’s business community. G.L.I.P. also offers a valuable forum for the area’s professionals or companies doing business internationally and thinking with a global perspective.