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             On Thursday 28 January, Dallas International School hosted its 2nd Annual Forum des Metiers or Career Fair for grades 5-12 at the Upper Campus. Two dozen industry professionals were on hand to talk with students about their careers, education and experiences. During the four-hour event, students visited with a variety of experts in fields ranging from health, business, technology, law and the arts. Students especially enjoyed the Career Day Scavenger hunt that encouraged them to inquire about the professional background of the extraordinary participants to better explore the vast career possibilities that await them. Themes represented during the event centered on global health issues, careers around the world, international business and law. Distinguished speakers on these topics included Mr. Jim Falk, President and CEO of the World Affairs Council; Dr. Felicia Toé, an OB/GYN; Dr. Alistair Fyfe, a cardiologist; Mr. Nicolas Burgaud, international businessman; and Mr. Richard Hunt, international law.



Dallas International School (DIS) is the only private school in the DFW metroplex offering a multilingual education via an international curriculum. DIS has more than 670 students in preschool through grade 12, located on two campuses. The Preschool (2yr+) through 4th grades are at 6039 Churchill Way, and the 5th through 12th grades are at 17811 Waterview Parkway. Both campuses are easily accessible for residents in Dallas, Plano, and Richardson. In 2015, DIS was ranked the #4 most challenging Private High School in the Nation by the Washington Post.

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