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In this episode, Sandra Rath chats with Maša Ocvirk, Representative to the COSAC Secreteriat for Slovenia at the European Union in Brussels. Maša speaks about her studies, the importance of internships and side jobs early on, her experience as a Legislative Intern at the U.S. House of Representatives, and how she got into her current role. In a second part, Maša and Sandra talk about the importance of balancing work and free time, her advice for students and graduates wanting to work in government affairs, and where she sees herself in five or tens years. Enjoy this episode!
In this episode, Sandra Rath chats with Anika Kreller, Information and Public Affairs Specialist at the U.S. Consulate General Leipzig. During the conversation, Anika speaks about her ambitions to become a journalist and foreign correspondent during her studies and why she later decided to switch careers into communications. After that, Anika shares her advice on how to deal with questions about your weaknesses and what skills she thinks are necessary to succeed in the field of international communications. Enjoy!
In this first episode, Sandra Rath chats with Katharina-Luise Kittler, Head of Communications and Government Relations at AmCham Germany. Katharina speaks about wanting to be a journalist from a young age and making sure this goal would become a reality during her studies. After chatting about her years as a freelance journalist and political advisor, Katharina then goes on to talk about her current position and responsibilities. In a second part, Sandra and Katharina chat about feeling insecure in the professional sphere and what to do about it, how to get organized, as well as Katharina's advice on applications and job interviews. We hope you enjoy this episode!
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