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Sciences Po Alumni

Sciences Po Alumni is Sciences Po’s official alumni association. Leveraging a network of 90,000 graduates worldwide, the association offers student members (€25 for 12 months) a range of services to supplement the free services that Sciences Po Careers offers all year round.

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GoinGlobal : Tendances de recrutements, conseils, stages et emplois partout dans le monde

You are looking for a job or an internship in Argentina, Kenya or Vietnam? You need advices to find a position in a global city in Europe, the USA, Asia or Africa? You are an international Student willing to know more about the French job market? Sciences Po Careers is proud to provide you with an exclusive access to the resources offered by our partner GoinGlobal.

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Welcome to the Jungle

Welcome to the Jungle is the multichannel media company that aims at inspiring you to thrive in your professional life.

Welcome to the Jungle offers a wide variety of high-quality content (articles, videos, series, podcasts or events) to help you as young professionals rethink your relationship with work.

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Last modified 2022-07-19
14.03.2022
If you are looking for interns or future employees, our guide 'Recruit at Sciences Po' will provide the relevant information about our students, the careers we train them for and how to leverage this great pool of talent to meet your recruitment needs.
08.11.2022
In light of the deepening climate change crisis and widening inequalities the world has been experiencing, we need more individuals willing to tackle these big issues. In the footsteps of the COP27, Sciences Po Careers invite you to meet committed graduates and organisations. Whether it be the private sector, in public administration, in an international organization, in a startup or in an NGO, our Sciences Po graduates put their skills and expertise to use by serving organizations intent on solving some of the world's most pressing challenges.
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