3:00 PM – 8:00 PM
NSA Headquarters, Fort Meade, Maryland
The National Security Agency will be hosting its annual NSA Diversity in Intelligence event on Wednesday, March 25th, 3pm-8pm, at NSA Headquarters in Ft. Meade, MD. Students interested in internship and full-time opportunities are encouraged to attend. STEM students are encouraged to attend, but all majors are welcome to participate!
IMPORTANT: As a reminder, students who would like to participate must provide their own transportation to NSA.
Space is limited! Students that are interested should RSVP by Wednesday, March 4th with a copy of their resume to Lmscot3@nsa.govTo learn more about NSA careers, visit www.NSA.gov/Careers
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Gateway Library, Johnson Center
Is your resume or cover letter in need of a quick review? If so, stop by the Gateway Library, JC for walk in hours from University Career Services from 10am-12pm. During Career Connection Friday, our Career Advisor can review your resume/cover letter, answer your HireMason questions, and provide you with internship search tips and so much more. No appointment required.
10:00 AM – 1:30 PM
TKP New York Conference Center 109 West 39th Street, 2nd Floor New York, NY 10018
The A.R.T./New York Theatre Internship Fair, in partnership with American Theatre Wing, provides students with the opportunity to meet working theatre professionals from over 50 New York City based nonprofit theatre companies, all of which are seeking interns for the current, Summer, and Fall semesters!
The Fair is open to undergrads, grads, and recent grads of all majors.The Fair is free, but participants must RSVP in order to attend.
To attend please visit www.art-newyork.org/intern to reserve a time slot no later than 5:00pm, March 12, 2015. Capacity is limited and registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis. If students cannot attend Intern Fair, they can feel free to sign up for the intern database on our website.
Students are encouraged to bring copies of their resume. Business casual attire is suggested.The Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York (A.R.T./New York) is the service and advocacy organization for over 350 nonprofit theatres located throughout New York City.Our mission is to serve and promote this culturally and artistically diverse community by providing programs and services that assist our members as they work to fully achieve their artistic missions and serve their audiences.www.art-newyork.org
10:00 AM – 7:00 PM
SUB 1, Room 3011
The Fund for the Public Interest is a non-profit group started in 1982. Their mission is to build support for the nation's top progressive non-profit groups and help them win their campaigns. They tend to focus their work on the most critical environmental and social justice issues. They are looking for people who work hard, communicate well and are committed to positive social change.
While on campus, they will be interviewing people for summer jobs in citizen outreach offices. The job includes team-building and staff management, fundraising, and other types of political organizing.
They are holding information sessions and interviews on campus on March 17-19 at 10am, 2pm, 4pm, and 6pm for all days. All interviews will be determined through mutual interest at the information sessions.
5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
2300 HUB (OSI Office)
Is your resume or cover letter in need of a quick tune up? If so, stop by the OSI office (2300 HUB) for walk in hours from University Career Services from 5-7pm. During the Tuesday Tune Up, our Peer Career Advisors can review your resume/cover letter, answer your HireMason questions, and provide you with internship search tips and so much more. No reservation required for this event.