23.05.2013 | 
Education
GENDER ISSUES IN CAREER BUILDING PROCESS
GENDER ISSUES IN CAREER BUILDING PROCESS
Today, a lecture on CV writing skills, as well as possible gender issues in the career building process was delivered for YSU students.

The seminar was organized by YSU Alumni and Career Centre in cooperation with the Centre for Leadership and Gender Studies.


“Seminars on various issues will be regularly organized by our structures, which will focus on gender issues. Our goal is to increase competitiveness of our students in the labor market and support their integration process in the labor market,” - said Lilit Hakobyan, Director of Alumni and Career Centre.

 

Employee of the Centre Armine Hajatyan made a focus on CV writing skills and how to pass a successful interview with the employer. The existing gender issues in the labor market were also discussed. The students came to the conclusion that these issues come from families where the father is the main actor.

 

Director of the Centre for Leadership and Gender Studies Gohar Shahnazaryan noted that gender issues can cause obstacles in the career building process and added that via such seminars students should gain more practical knowledge.

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ONLINE LECTURE FOR LAWYERS
A two-day online lecture will be held on the joint initiative of YSU Faculty of Law and the German Foundation for International Legal Cooperation (IRZ), which is attended by students of YSU and other universities.
Contacts

Center for Gender and Leadership Studies
Tel: +37460710390
Extension: 2390
E-mail: cgls@ysu.am
Address: #1 Alex Manoogian, 0025, Yerevan State University, Faculty of Radio physics, room 436
Yerevan, Armenia


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