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BUDAPEST, HUNGARY– CENET joined our partner, Smaller Earth, in Hungary to host an alumni training event.

Twenty-five exceptional J-1 alumni were selected to attend an International Alumni Ambassador workshop. The one-day event included a keynote by Smaller Earth CEO Bastian Weinberger, communications and messaging training, and interactive breakout sessions. After the workshop, the alumni — joined by CENET, Smaller Earth, and embassy officials– enjoyed a cocktail reception and dinner.

The selected attendees will work with the embassy to develop an alumni group in Hungary which will welcome all exchange alumni.

The International Alumni Ambassadors are now thriving in the following fields:

  • Global Outsourcing Project Manager
  • HR Manager
  • PhD & Graduate Students
  • Logistics Manager
  • International Relations Director
  • Digital Marketer
  • Customer Service Coordinator
  • Business Mangement
  • Research Chemist
  • History Teacher
  • Pianist
  • IT Teacher
  • Software Developer
  • The Smaller Earth team is made up largely of J-1 alumni, including the company CEO.

The majority of J-1 alumni depart the U.S. reporting satisfaction with their programs and an improved perception of the U.S. and its people. The global alumni network includes world leaders, entrepreneurs, influencers, experts, and decision-makers across various fields and nations. By developing a structured alumni network, CENET can engage with leaders from around the world and share their success stories & how exchange programs enhanced their lives and careers.

CENET strives to inspire a safer, more prosperous and compassionate world through international education and cultural exploration.For more news and updates about CENET, please visit our Facebook Page.

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