9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
The IBM Briefing Center 600 14th Street, NW Washington, DC, 20005
AFFIRM is piloting an exciting new spring program, introducing Washington metropolitan area college students to careers and opportunities in Federal information technology (IT).
Dr. David Bray, the FTC Chief Information Officer, will kick-off the plenary session with remarks about shaping the future Federal workforce and the roles that IT professionals will play. His talk will be followed with a panel of Federal policy officials speaking to current-day issues facing the Federal IT professional, ranging from the adoption of innovative technologies, to the continuing efforts to thwart cyberspheric threats. The afternoon sessions offer concurrent mission area panels in three areas: Intelligence and Law Enforcement (DoD, CIA, NSA, DHS, and Justice); Science and Technology (NASA, USDA, FTC, NRC, EPA, and Commerce); and Social Services (HHS, HUD, USDA, and Education).
At the end of the day, students will sign-up for specific agency assignments and schedule a separate shadow day with a Federal IT professional.
To register, please click here.
2:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Merten Hall, Room 1201
National Geographic Young Explorers are individuals ages 18-25 pursuing field projects in research, exploration and conservation. Undergraduate and graduate students from all disciplines are invited to attend a session to learn more about the program and how to apply. Representatives from National Geographic will answer questions and Young Explorer grantees will present their projects and their future plans in the field. Snacks provided.
For more details and to register, visit: http://studentsasscholarsgmu.blogspot.com/2015/04/be-explorer-national-geographic-visits.htmlhttp://studentsasscholarsgmu.blogspot.com/2015/04/be-explorer-national-geographic-visits.html
4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Guidance Realty Homes invites you to join their Real Estate Career Webinar. Join our growing real estate brokerage! Want to make a difference in people lives? Want the opportunity to make +$100k? Want to be your own boss? Join us at www.grhcareerwebinar.eventbrite.com at 4PM EST.
5:00 PM – 6:00 PM
SUB I, Room 3B
Join CIA representatives to learn about positions available within the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency. Find out how you can work in this diverse work environment and serve your nation. U.S. citizenship is required for consideration. A CIA recruiter will present on:
-Career paths within the agency
-Hiring and clearance process
-Constructing a competitive application
5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
OSI Office (2300 HUB)
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 5-7 pm. 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. Please bring a printed copy of your resume/cover letter with you if you would like it reviewed. No reservation required for this event.