Scam invitations to non-existent conferences
#291230 by TheScamHater Mon Apr 11, 2016 1:07 am
From: [email protected]

Attention!

Guide to Registration: 10/04/2016

Safrica Theological Seminary Center (STSC) Guinea-Bissau will hold a Global Career Seminar next month (Global Job Fair) This event is the 10th seminar in this series. It is organized by the International Student Center and the International Exchange Division and supported by the University Career Center and other organizations that offer career advice. Many companies will attend as well as supporting institutions such as the Hyogo Labor Bureau.

Program Agenda
The Global Career Seminar aims to introduce current business issues, and to provide students and job seekers with an opportunity to analyze and find solutions for actual problems assigned to them by tutors and employers. The students and job seekers will then be given specific scholarship and employment offered by companies and corporations,

Accommodation
Students are responsible for their own meals and transportation costs (including travel cost to and out of Guinea-Bissau. During the program STSC will provide the participants with accommodation during the program. The accommodation will be provided at the 2Trom Hotel, located at 77 STSC Avenue Bissau.

Eligibility
This event is open to all, particularly students currently attending school. Applicants must be above 18 years. Applicants must attend at least secondary school and must be able to read and write. Students must also be in good standing, i.e. not on academic probation.

Date/time:
Monday, May 6, 2016 - Saturday, May 11, 2016 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM daily

Venue:
STSC Centennial Hall (Guinea-Bissau)

Registration;
Interested candidate are to submit their following information to the STSC Event Director via: [email protected]

Full Name…
Country...
Date of birth…
Occupation…
Telephone…
Email address…

One of the most important pursuits during your life time is the preparation for your career after college. Registration is on first come first serve basic.

Online Team

Safrica Theological Seminary Center
Guinea-Bissau, West Africa

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