Information Session: The UBC Global Crisis Simulation

Attention Science, Engineering, Commerce and Arts students! Are you interested in: running an international conference in Mumbai, India? Representing UBC at a conference in Princeton? Honing your leadership skills and thinking broadly about issues in business, security, science and technology? Making friendships for a lifetime?

The UBC Global Crisis Simulation (GCS), an international debate, case and crisis simulation conference, is currently accepting applications for staff positions.

Held in Mumbai, India and slated for an inaugural conference in February 2014, the GCS will bring together 400 students from the world’s top secondary and post-secondary for three days to simulate crises based on topics in business, security, science and technology.

Prospective UBC student staff need not have previous experience in debate, model UN, or business case competition to apply.

For more information, RSVP for our information session on Friday, November 30, 2012 at 6:00pm @ (seating is limited!)

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