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GCC GBM #2; Wed. October 12 @8pm, Peterson 103

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  • Gcc GBM #2

    1. 1.
    2. 2. Meet the Officers<br />
    3. 3. Global China Connection Team<br />Kevin Ngo, President<br />Stephen Wu, Vice President External<br />Christina Kim, Vice President Internal<br />Yunqi Tan, Director of China Affairs<br />Josh Chang, Director of Administration<br />Christina Doo, Director of Initiatives<br />How GCC can help YOU<br />
    4. 4. Upcoming Events: Socials <br />
    5. 5. Grocery Run + Social <br />When: Sunday, October 16<br />Where: Meet at Peterson Loop @10AM<br />Join GCC for its first social of the quarter. We are hosting a grocery run to Ranch 99 and other Asian grocery stores. Afterwards, we will be taking a lunch break around Convoy. Get to know your GCC members personally! <br />*Sign up after the meeting! <br />Upcoming Events: Socials<br />
    6. 6. Study Break: Hot Pot and Mahjong <br />Partnered with International Club<br />When: TBA<br />Where: International Center<br />Time: 7-9 pm<br />GCC will be sharing Chinese culture with International Club at our Hot Pot and Mahjong Board Game Night! Mingle with your fellow GCC members and meet new friends at I-Club! International Club aims to bring international students and American students together to cultivate international exchange and communication. <br />Price: $8/per person<br />GCC is providing all the food and drinks! Bring your mahjong sets and board games for a night of FUUUUUUN! <br />Upcoming Events: Socials<br />
    7. 7. Study Break: Hot Pot and Mahjong <br />How to participate: <br /><ul><li>Sign up TODAY or online via our website (gccucsd.blogspot.com)
    8. 8. Pay $8 </li></ul>How do I pay:<br /><ul><li>at GCC events or GBMs
    9. 9. Contact GCC officers to pay:
    10. 10. Stephen Wu, VP External, srwu@gmail.com
    11. 11. Christina Kim, VP Internal , cmk001@ucsd.edu</li></ul>Upcoming Events: Socials<br />**Members will not be allowed to attend the event if they do not signup or pay prior to the event**<br />
    12. 12. Upcoming Events: <br />Professional <br />
    13. 13. “Experiences in Asia” Mixer<br />Interested in developing your career goals and network in Asia? GCC is hosting its first mixer for students interested in working, interning or studying in Asia<br />When: Week 6/7, TBA<br />Where: International Center<br />Time: 7-9pm<br />Attire: Business Casual<br />Partnered with International Center and Programs Abroad<br />Upcoming Events: Professional<br />
    14. 14. “Experiences in Asia” Mixer <br />Learn more about:<br /><ul><li>How to find a job in Asia
    15. 15. What jobs are out there for college students
    16. 16. What employers are looking for from UCSD students
    17. 17. The differences in applying for jobs in Asia and the US
    18. 18. How to apply to study abroad in Asia
    19. 19. How to create and maintain network connections abroad </li></ul>Upcoming Events: Professional<br />
    20. 20. “Experiences in Asia” Mixer<br />Already worked/interned/studied in Asia? Please share your experiences at our GCC mixer as an “invitee”. <br />What you gain: <br /><ul><li>Share the lessons you learned abroad with students eager to hear your advice
    21. 21. Network opportunities with other students, graduates and faculty with similar experiences
    22. 22. Meet others with related career goals and interests</li></ul>Interested in becoming an invitee?<br /><ul><li>Sign up TODAY after the meeting
    23. 23. Email Christina, cmk001@ucsd.edu with your information</li></ul>Upcoming Events: Professional<br />
    24. 24. “Experiences in Asia” Mixer<br />To join us for our “Experiences in Asia” Mixer, <br /><ul><li>Signups will be open on Friday, October 21ston our website (gccucsd.blogspot.com) at 7pm
    25. 25. SPACE IS LIMITED!
    26. 26. Signups will be open until spaces are filled </li></ul>Become a Volunteer:<br /><ul><li>Get an exclusive networking opportunity by volunteering for the event
    27. 27. Volunteers will help register and coordinate “invitees” and “participants” at the event
    28. 28. Volunteers are guaranteed a spot for the mixer and do not need to register online</li></ul>Questions?<br /><ul><li>Contact Christina, cmk001@ucsd.edu</li></ul>Upcoming Events: Professional<br />
    29. 29. How can I get more involved with Global China Connection? <br />
    30. 30. “A Piece of Asia” Festival Committee<br /> SUBTITLE<br />Become a part of the planning process for “A Piece of Asia”. Gain communication and leadership skills by joining the team! <br />Festival Committee:<br />Communicate with the various cultural student organizations (NSU, TASA, CASA, etc) participating in the festival<br />Coordinate performers during the festival<br />Build relationships with sponsors <br />Create a fundraiser and game booth for GCC <br />Help spread the word about Global China Connection at UCSD <br />Join the team! <br />
    31. 31. Conference Committee<br /> SUBTITLE<br />Help coordinate GCC’s first annual conference—Opportunities: Here and Abroad. Build your networking connections and interact with professionals.<br />Conference Committee:<br />Contact professionals from various fields to participate in our conference<br />Build relations with sponsors<br />Coordinate guest speakers and panel speakers during the conference<br />Reach out to prestigious faculty, graduates and local professionals to participate in our networking session<br />Promote and market our conference to the UCSD population<br />Join the team! <br />
    32. 32. Apply for Committee Membership<br /> SUBTITLE<br />How can I be a committee member?<br /><ul><li>Sign up to be on our interest list TODAY
    33. 33. Apply online at our website (gccucsd.blogspot.com)</li></ul>Once you’ve applied<br /><ul><li>We will contact you to attend one of our committee meetings </li></ul>Join the team!<br />
    34. 34. GCC Intern <br /> SUBTITLE<br />Help Global China Connection grow as a chapter and as a student organization on campus. Become a GCC Intern! <br />GCC Intern<br />Learn how Global China Connection at UCSD works<br />Build exclusive contacts through our GCC network<br />Attend GCC officer meetings<br />Connect with GCC officers<br />Become a part of the event planning process<br />Express ideas and opinions about past and future activities and events <br />Join the team! <br />
    35. 35. Apply for GCC Intern <br /> SUBTITLE<br />How can I be a committee member?<br /><ul><li>Sign up to be on our interest list TODAY
    36. 36. Apply online at our website (gccucsd.blogspot.com)</li></ul>Once you’ve applied<br /><ul><li>We will contact you to attend one of our committee meetings </li></ul>Join the team! <br />
    37. 37. Guest Speaker: Mingming Wang <br />
    38. 38. Who is Mingming Wang? <br /> SUBTITLE<br />College: <br />Graduated from Shanghai Jiao Tong University, 2000-2004, B.S., Electrical Engineering<br />Currently: MBA, RadySchool of Management, University of California, San Diego, 2011-2013<br />Prior Experience:<br />General Electric Consumer & Industrial, Shanghai, China ,2004-2007<br />Electrical Engineer, 2004-2006<br />Operations Management Leadership Program (OMLP), 2006-2007<br />General Electric Energy, Shanghai, China , 2007-2011<br />Project Manager ,2007-2008<br />Business Operations Manager, 2008-2011<br />Guest Speaker: Mingming Wang<br />
    39. 39. Frequently Asked Questions<br />
    40. 40. FAQs for Mingming Wang<br /> SUBTITLE<br />How were you recruited by General Electric after you were graduated from Shanghai Jiao Tong University? <br />How did you gain the opportunity to participate in the operational leadership program <br />What did you gain from the operational leadership program in General Electric? <br />Guest Speaker: Mingming Wang<br />
    41. 41. FAQs for Mingming Wang <br /> SUBTITLE<br />Is there a difference in working for an American company in China, like General Electric versus a domestic company? <br />What pushed you towards finance for your graduate degree?<br />What do you expect to gain from Rady as a student with an international background? <br />What is the one tip you wish you had known before you came to the US? <br />Guest Speaker: Mingming Wang<br />
    42. 42. Open Questions<br />
    43. 43. After Social<br />
    44. 44. After Social <br /> SUBTITLE<br />Where: Tapex (on-campus)<br />Enjoy some boba while we play board games and hang with the members as a study break! <br />After Social<br />

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