Last month, Chamber Director of International Business Affairs Kenia Zamarripa participated as a panelist of the Economy, Migration, Culture and Innovation Global Forum in CETYS Universidad Campus Tijuana. The discussion focused on the threats and opportunities of the Cali-Baja region from a multidisciplinary approach. Guest speakers included representatives from URBI Tijuana and the Mexican Consulate in San Diego.
Zamarripa provided an overview of the economic and human impacts of the border in the Cali-Baja region for international business students to understand the importance of stakeholders from both sides of the border to work together in the development of projects, initiatives and policies that benefit both communities. The event provided an excellent opportunity to share the Chamber’s internship program which is designed to provide a unique learning opportunity to students with a “real-world” work experience. Chamber interns have the chance to develop new skills in a team-oriented environment.
For information about internship opportunities at the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce, please contact Kenia Zamarripa at email@example.com.