Discover careers in international education, Nov. 21

The enrollment management team is hosting an event centered around careers in international education on Monday, Nov. 21, at 4 p.m. in the Office of International Education on the fourth floor of Holthusen Hall.

Guest speaker David Fitzgerald of Education in Motion will provide an overview of the opportunities that exist in the world of international education for teachers, counsellors and associated professionals that enjoy working in a fast-paced and dynamic international environment. 

The event is free, and snacks and refreshments will be provided.  

Register online by Sunday, Nov. 20.  

David Fitzgerald is an experienced school and school system leader with over 25 years of experience in education. He holds a master’s degree in educational leadership and undergraduate degrees in education and business. Prior to joining Education in Motion, Fitzgerald successfully served in the role of principal at five schools across government, private independent and international sectors.  

He has been involved in international education since 2006 and has worked in International Baccalaureate (IB) World Schools, United States Curriculum schools and National Center for Excellence (NCFE) schools. Fitzgerald has education system leadership experience with the English Schools Foundation in Hong Kong, GEMS Education as senior vice president of education, U.S. and IB Schools and now with Education in Motion and the Dulwich school group. Fitzgerald is an accredited IB, CIS and WASC team visitor and chair and an accredited performance coach.

With any questions, contact Yao Andrew, coordinator of external agents for international recruitment in the Office of the Provost.