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April 23

Practice Interview Day

9:30 AM – 4:00 PM
University Career Services, SUB I, Room 3400

Practice your interviewing skills with area employers visiting campus! Meet one-on-one with an employer for a 30-minute mock interview followed by constructive feedback and tips on how to improve and perfect your interviewing skills.

IMPORTANT:To sign up for a practice interview, log in to HireMason, click on "Campus Interviews I Qualify For" under Shortcuts, and search for Practice Interview.

April 23

HireMason Day

11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Johnson Center, Atrium

Get ready to get hired at HireMason days! Kiosks in the Johnson Center will feature campus departments and area businesses who are currently looking to hire mason students or offering internships To participate, visit the JC Atrium and engage with these potential employers! You are strongly encouraged to bring your resume.

  • College Nannies and Tutors: Kiosk A, 11am-4pm
  • Thompson Creek Window Company: Kiosk C, 10am-2pm
  • American Cancer Society: Kiosk D, 12pm-2pm
  • Geico, Kiosk F, 9am-5pm
  • Relay Foods: Kiosk G, 11am-6pm

April 23

Learn about Careers with The American Cancer Society

12:00 PM – 3:30 PM
JC Kiosk D & HUB Room 5

Johnson Center, KIOSK D 12-2pm

At the American Cancer Society, one purpose unites us – saving lives from cancer. We are currently hiring in career areas all across the US. Stop by our kiosk display and talk to ACS recruiters about how you can be part of something incredible as a member of our team.

Learn about Careers with The American Cancer Society (HUB Room 5 2:30-3:30pm)

At the American Cancer Society, our employees are the soul of our lifesaving mission to finish the fight against cancer. Our career opportunities are as diverse as our people and include every discipline found in other business enterprises. What sets us apart is that the work we do has global impact – and every passionate, dedicated American Cancer Society staff member contributes to each groundbreaking achievement we make. We are currently hiring in areas all across the US.

 

April 24

Strategies for Targeting H1b Employers for Jobs amd Internships

8:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Webinar

Please note: Webinars will be held at 8am and 3pm EST and you must register in advance.

To register for Webinars, login to your account at www.passportcareer.com and click on Webinars in the blue bar near the top of any page.

Call George Mason University Career Services (703-993-2370) for the instructions on how to register for a passport career account.

 

 

http://gmu.passportcareer.com/
April 24

The Office of Sustainability hosting Green Job Networking Fair

10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Johnson Center, Lower Level, Dewberry Hall

Local environmental organizations will be attending including the U.S Fish and Wildlife Service, the Environmental Protection Agency, Above Green (LEED Consulting), Potomac Vegetable Farm, OurTask, Earth Sangha, and DC Green Festival.  Students will have the opportunity to hear organizations speak on a panel about employment/internship/volunteer opportunities as well as speak to organization representatives one-on-one.  If you have any interest in the environmental field, this is an excellent opportunity to network and learn about local opportunities!  Contact Giulia Manno at gmanno@gmu.edu with any questions.

 

April 24

Passport to the Future

11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
JC East Plaza

The Office of Alumni Relations will be hosting their annual Passport to the Future graduation fair on Thursday, April 24th from 11:00-3:00 in the JC East Plaza.

There will be campus offices as well as community organizations in attendance with resourceful information, including George Mason University Career Services!

Admission is free for graduating seniors and we will have free t-shirts and ice cream for those who wish to participate.

April 24

Deloitte Consulting Leadership Series Workshop: The Power of Understanding

7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
SUB I, Room 3008

Join Deloitte Consulting and the GMU Asian Pacific American Coalition for a leadership workshop.

Identify your working style and gain new perspective of the value you bring

Improve your relationships with your fellow students and colleagues through heightened understanding of styles and preferences

Strengthen your abilities to adapt to various situations and styles in academic and professional settings

Open to all majors, but space is limited so please RSVP ahead of time

Dress is business casual

RSVP: https://deloittesurvey.deloitte.com/Community/se.ashx?s=3FC11B26267B2823

April 25

Employment Readiness Workshop

10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
2052 West Virginia Avenue, NE Washington, DC 20002

Capitol Hill Supportive Services Program, Inc (CHSSP) with PEPCO Holdings presents

Free Employment Readiness Workshop sponsored by Pepco Holdings at Dept. Of Employment Services Community Room, 

4058 Minnesota Avenue NE.
Washington DC 20009
(enter by Metro Side) 

Friday, April 11, 2014 10:00am-11:00am
Friday, April 25, 2014 10:00am-11:00am

RSVP by April 8th: (202) 675-0510 Becky Bantug

Capitol Hill Supportive Services Program, Inc.
2052 West Virginia Avenue, NE Washington, DC 20002
Main # (202) 675-0510 ● Fax: (202) 547-7030

 

April 28

Health Career Settings Panel

12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
University Career Services, SUB I, Room 3400

The goal for this panel is to meet student's career development needs by exposing them to panelists that can speak to various work settings that students interested in health careers can pursue, beyond the traditional settings. 

  • Dr. First (Health Informatics Company)
  • ODS Security (Hospital Security)
  • U.S. Office of Personnel Management (Federal Healthcare Options)
  • NIH Researcher (Center for Advancing Translational Science) (Health Research - Alumnus)
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield (Health Insurance and Consulting - Alumna)
 

April 29

Health Consulting Panel

12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
University Career Services, SUB I, Room 3400

The goal of this panel is to demystify and highlight the vast opportunities for all disciplines within the Health Consulting Industry

  • STG International, Office of Head Start (Alumni)
  • Lockheed Martin (Alumnus)
  • Deloitte (Alumnus)
  • Booz Allen Hamilton X3
  • KPMG
 

April 29

Ask the Professionals: Create your Professional Identity

4:30 PM – 7:00 PM
Research Building I, Room 163

Join the School of Management Career Services for a panel discussion and networking to learn about the this topic. Employers will be on the panel to answer any questions about the industry and the best ways to enter the field after graduation.

Before you attend visit School of Management Career Services to have your resume reviewed either in person or via email (mycareer@gmu.edu).

There is a limited amount of space available for all School of Management students, faculty, and staff. Also, if you are interested in learning more about this industry and are not a School of Management student will still encourage that you attend, no matter your current major.

To attend you will need to have your resume reviewed and then uploaded to HireMason.  Once, you have completed the needed steps you will receive a confirmation from School of Management Career Services. Don’t forget to tweet us at #SOMATP!

 

April 30

CHSSP Job Fair

10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
2052 West Virginia Avenue N.E. Washington DC 20002

Capitol Hill Supportive Services Program Inc. (CHSSP) is a nonprofit organization for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. CHSSP's mission is to encourage all people supported by our services to lead fulfilling and self-directed lives. 

CHSSP will hold a Job Fair, promoting integrated employment (open to the general public); and to also address Mayor Gray's issued proclamation declaring the District of Columbia an Employment First state.

April 30

U.S. Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration’s 3rd Annual Minority College Relations Program Student Forum

11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Montgomery College, Rockville Campus

The DEA, Minority College Relations Program is sponsoring their 3rd annual student forum. The theme for this year's forum is: "Creating New Possibilities and Opportunities for Students Around the World Through Transformation." The event will target students from minority and local colleges and universities as well as institutions for individuals with disabilities in the Washington, D.C., Metropolitan area.  The forum will provide students the opportunity to gain first-hand information from a panelist of federal government employees and guest speakers.  Breakout sessions will also be held with representatives from other federal law enforcement agencies and components (ATF, FBI, IRS, US Marshals Service, and US Secret Service) To register visit: www.DEAstudentforum2014.eventbrite.com

http://www.DEAstudentforum2014.eventbrite.com
April 30

Public Health Panel

12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
University Career Services, SUB I, Room 3400

The goal for this panel is to meet student's career development needs who are interested in learning about the various career options within the larger Public Health Industry. 

  • Helping Individual Prostitute Service (HIPS) (Health Education and Community Health - Alumnus)
  • American Public Health Association (APHA) and DC Health Benefit Exchange (Public Health,  Health Equity, Access to Healthcare - Alumnus)
  • American Society for Clinical Oncology (Prevention, health equity, health education - Alumna)
  • Midego (Global Health consulting)