CAWEB and Intern Abroad Connect Second Year Graduate Students to Professionals in the Web, Translation, Multimedia, and Localization Industries Based in San Francisco, and Silicon Valley
CAWEB is a master’s degree program at the University of Strasbourg. It focuses on translation, multilingual web design, localization, and content management. The master’s program addresses students with academic background knowledge and experience in modern and foreign languages. Students are trained to master two foreign languages, to create and maintain multilingual websites, to localize IT products, and in project management.
Second year graduate students are part of a work-study program, a professional contract (for students in continuing education), an end-of-studies internship or a job that provides a professional experience in their field. This hands-on experience is key, as it is a great opportunity for students to build useful career related skills.
For more information about the Master’s, please visit: Master CAWEB website
CAWEB’s partnership with Intern Abroad makes this trip to San Francisco possible. Intern’s Abroad Your Silicon Valley is an internship program committed to assist European students wishing to have a first professional experience in the United States.
Your Silicon Valley plans a One Week Power Trip with professional workshops, campus visits and networking opportunities with specialists in the Web, Translation, Multimedia, and Localization Industries.
Last October 2015, the second year class of 2015 – 2016 along with the program director Mrs. Renate de la Paix had the opportunity to be part of this one-week immersion program. They had a gratifying learning experience that was actively shared on social media, and on this website’s blog.
Graduate Students are Looking Forward to Travelling to San Francisco and Silicon Valley
Master CAWEB students of the class of 2016 – 2017 are very excited about their upcoming trip to San Francisco, and Silicon Valley. The week of October 17th to October 21st, 2016 a group of 17-second year graduate students along with the program director Mrs. Renate de la Paix will be in San Francisco and Silicon Valley to get immersed on this one-week program and to experience all that the city has to offer.
Silicon Valley is home to some of the world’s biggest high-tech, and start-up companies. This trip presents an opportunity for students to learn and connect with professionals and companies in the web, translation, and localization fields.
Come back soon! The class of 2016 – 2017 will be sharing their experience, reactions, and new discoveries about their trip to San Francisco and Silicon Valley on this website, twitter, and Facebook.
THE MINDS BEHIND THE PROJECT
Renate de La Paix, Leslie Dollet and Dorothée Lepoutre have worked together to allow very enthusiastic students to discover the home of the world’s most prestigious web companies.