YOGYAKARTA-Professions in the international organizationsare considered as one of the prospective professions for graduates of the Faculty of Law. Job opportunities for graduates of the Faculty are quite open. It is only a matter ofhow to maximize their potential and the information. This emerged in the Seminar on Introduction to Profession Professions in International Organizations, organized by the Law Career Development Center (LCDC) Faculty of Law, Wednesday, May 4, 2011.
In the event opened by Deputy Dean for Student Affairs and Alumni, Dra. Dani Krisnawati, SH, M. Hum presented speaker Setiawan Cahyo Nugroho (Project Officer at NGO Save the Children).
According to Cahyo, requirements that must be met when we want to work in international organizations are among others, dealing with working patterns, career paths, the mechanism of payroll and other matters.
"Working in International organizations provides the opportunity for us to go abroad. It also offers us a very competitive salary between 3 million rupiah to 60 million rupiah," Cahyosaid.
The alumnus of Faculty of Law UGM year 1994 added since having been employed at Save the Children, he had been to India, UK, Ireland, Korea and other countries. He also described Save the Children now has a vision to fight for children around the world to enjoy their right to grow as best as possible, to get protection, to participate and survive.
"Multitasking and multidimensional ability is needed at work, especially in the International Organizations," he added.
The event which received considerable appreciation from the students of Faculty of Law makes the LCDC Faculty of Law UGM committed to organize other seminars on introduction to professions in the legal field in order to give more knowledge to students and alumni to these professions. The event was closed with a memento giving from the LCDC to the speakers by the Head of Research and Development of the LCDC, Agustina Merdekawati, SH., LL.M.