Explore Careers In Global Trade
UCLA Extension, a proud sponsor of World Trade Week and the Chamber’s Career Guide, offers various pathways for meeting the educational needs of individual clients and organizations:
- Extension offers an International Trade and Commerce program that can enhance the perspective and performance of both new and experienced professionals working in international trade. Courses offer in-depth coverage of the business, economic, and political forces shaping the international marketplace. Instructors are highly experienced professionals, many of whom are currently engaged in running and supporting international business operations. Students may take individual courses or earn a professional certificate.
- Extension’s Department of Custom Programs & Corporate Education can adapt courses and certificate programs spanning various disciplines. Programs can be offered in various instructional intensive formats, which can be anywhere from one to twelve weeks in length. Custom-designed programs can be delivered at UCLA Extension campuses in Westwood, Downtown Los Angeles, Woodland Hills, online, or at a client’s worksite in the U.S or abroad. The Custom Programs team is experienced not only with designing these programs, but also with coordinating tuition reimbursement from corporations that pay for employee learning.
For information on the International Trade & Commerce courses, call 310-206-5117 or visit http://business.uclaextension.edu/international-trade-and-commerce/.
For more information on Custom Programs & Corporate Education, call 310-206-7341) or visit http://customprograms.uclaextension.edu/.
We Have an AMAZING Scholarship Program!
The World Trade Week committee offers scholarships to aspiring students in international trade fields. Scholarships are awarded to outstanding graduating high school seniors entering an accredited college or university with the goal of a career in international trade, as well as college students pursuing international degrees. By fostering international trade education and international business development, the committee hopes to develop a network of international trade professionals willing to provide mentoring to future students interested in international business.