Oct 16, 2015
Localization World Conference 2015, Silicon Valley, CA
- Pete Smith – University of Texas at Arlington
- Peng Wang – University of Maryland
- Adam Wooten – Middlebury Institute of International Studies
Host: Michael Klinger
Hiring managers always benefit from having the maximum number of qualified applicants for localization positions. Unfortunately, most employers never see as many qualified candidates as they would like. What are localization education programs doing to better educate and train tomorrow’s localization talent? What should these programs do to take education and training to the next level? Learn about the latest efforts to provide practical localization education at schools offering a variety of programs, ranging from undergraduate minors to full graduate degrees. Provide your own recommendations for change and engage school representatives during the question and answer section.