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CENTER for the Study of Diversity and Social Interactions

Since January 2008, Career and Leadership Development Center (CLDC) at NES has been devoted and designed to help students and graduates of NES to learn how to plan their career and achieve their professional goals. The CLDC is a structural subdivision of NES.

The mission of the CLDC is to develop the students and alumni in self-planning, career development, and assist in adapting to the modern labor market.

The center provides information, consulting, and career guidance to students and alumni for the acquisition of the necessary skills of self-presentation, forming relationships, and networking.

Other main activities of the CLDC:

  • Assist students in employment and their adaption to professional activities;
  • Cooperation with employment offices and career centers of other leading universities;
  • Establish and maintain relationships with recruiting companies and employment centers;
  • Facilitate conversations on feedback and performance with graduates;
  • Conduct various analytical work and advertising.




Svetlana Volkova
Director of Career Development and Leadership Center


Julia Krasavina
Coordinator of Career Development and Leadership Center

Contacts of Career Development and Leadership Center:

100 А, Novaya street, Skolkovo, Moscow, Russia, 143025, 
NES, Rm. 242
Tel.: +7 (495) 956-95-08, 243


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