Career Day 2013 — 1st Annual Career Day (May 19th 2013)

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Link to Career Day Panelists , Schedule

Career Day Programs


The Career Day at Stanford aims to help Chinese students gain insights into careers in industries around and provide them with live applications to evaluate their study and extra-curricular activities.


We have invited high-profile Chinese speakers from different sectors at the Bay Area to share their career experience and insights into their individual sectors as well as to advise interested students in their job applications.

Followed by the panel discussion, we will host a network session to allow more industry professionals to interact with students through a lunch event.

Mentor-Mentee Program

This will be our inaugural Mentor-Mentee Program, and we plan to organize and pair up mentors and mentees through table-specific topics. Briefly, we will set up tables with selected topics, such as major and career field, for mentors and mentees to choose and start conversations. We shall distribute questions to think about and ask both before and during our career day event to facilitate these conversations.


Association of Chinese Students and Scholars at Stanford (ACSSS): ACSSS is a student-run organization whose mission is to broaden the channels of communication between the Stanford mainland Chinese community and various other cultural, academic, and professional communities in the Bay Area. As a representative of the Stanford Chinese community, ACSSS also seeks to foster a unique appreciation of Chinese culture and to provide information on academic and professional opportunities to the whole Stanford community. Finally, ACSSS will do its best to help incoming Chinese students and scholars settle into the Stanford environment by providing practical services.



Great China Business Club (GCBC): The Greater China Business Club is an exchange for GSB and non-GSB students who are interested in business in the Greater China region: Mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong. The club provides opportunities to connect with each other, share knowledge, learn, discover, and create opportunities.

Location and Time

Knight Management Center  Dunlevie Classroom (G101)

Graduate School of Business, Stanford University, Sunday, May 19th, 2013

Presented to you by ACSSS Career Development


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