Watch a conversation about the Young Professionals Program (WBG YPP), which seeks to recruit the future leaders of the World Bank Group.
Putting people first through investing in human capital – the knowledge, skills, and health that people need to achieve their potential – is critical for sustainable, inclusive growth and poverty reduction.
Joins us to discuss how nature loss is an economic and development issue, and how it is linked to climate change, as well as pathways to undertake both nature and climate-smart development in the future, including through expanding our economic toolkit beyond GDP to account for the wealth provided by nature.
A panel of high-level experts explores actionable policy insights to support inclusive growth in developing economies.
Tune in for a behind-the-scenes discussion with World Bank Group’s HR Vice President Annette Dixon. She’ll share her insights and advice on how to not only start a career in development, but how to make it a fulfilling one. She’ll also debunk a few myths and answer questions from our LinkedIn audience. To join in the conversation and ask questions, just go to #BehindtheMissionWBG, and feel free to post ahead of the show.
On June 1st, join us for a conversation with the Young Professionals Program (WBG YPP) – now representing the IFC, World Bank and MIGA. If you are 32 or younger, have graduate level education and a passion for international development, join us right here on June 1, 11am EST to participate in the discussion, and ask for tips on applying for the Young Professionals Program. You can submit your comments and questions now. To apply for the program, please visit www.worldbank.org/ypp. The application date ends on June 30.
The economic impact of #COVID19 will hit developing countries hard. What can be done to support companies and preserve jobs? Join IFC's Chief Operating Officer, Stephanie von Friedeburg, for discussion on the topic. Ask questions now! The event will also stream on the World Bank's YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin. Related Links: Covid-19 (Coronavirus): Live Interview and Panel Series COVID-19 landing page
What role can cash transfers and other forms of social protection schemes play in the pandemic response? And how can we help businesses and sustain employment? We'll be asking Michal Rutkowski, the World Bank's Global Director of Social Protection and Jobs. Related Links: Covid-19 (Coronavirus): Live Interview and Panel Series COVID-19 landing page
Welcome to Behind the Mission, the World Bank Group’s new series on LinkedIn where we discuss current career opportunities and hear from staff about their experiences. In this eposide of Behind the Mission, we discuss careers at the International Finance Corporation (IFC), the skills we’re looking for, and what working for the private sector arm of the World Bank Group is like. We went live with Rudy Perecin Mareno, Talent Attraction Officer at the IFC and Mahima Khanna, Upstream Officer and Economist at the IFC. They answered questions about these job openings and told us what it’s like to work at the IFC. For more information: https://lnkd.in/esemMAd
Remittances are expected to fall as a result of COVID-19 (coronavirus). What can be done to help the poorest and most vulnerable who rely on these payments? Join the World Bank's Lead Economist on Migration and Remittances, Dilip Ratha, for a discussion on the latest data and research. Related Links: Covid-19 (Coronavirus): Live Interview and Panel Series COVID-19 landing page