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July 09

Passport Career: Create a Powerful Global Resume or CV

8:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Would you like to turn your resume or CV into a powerful marketing tool to help you with your career transition or job search? Join us for this strategic webinar on how to create a resume or CV that helps open doors and get results! Bring your resume or CV and ask your questions so you can make immediate changes. You will find out what information to include for your country and learn how to write culturally-appropriate statements of your experience that help you stand out. There will be Q&A. 

TIMES OFFERED
All webinars are offered twice each day to accommodate participants in different time zones:
1st Webinar Time: 8:00 am Eastern Time
2nd Webinar Time:  3:00 pm Eastern Time

Click Register Now! inthe upper right corner of the homepage and enter the following Registration Key:gmuniver

http://www.passportcareer.com/
July 16

The Flavors of Intelligence: Epic Speaker Series

4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Northrop Grumman Fair Lakes Facility 12900 Federal Systems Drive, Fairfax, VA 22033

Overview:

The world of intelligence is broad and complex. IC Professionals live in a world of "INT's"(HUMINT, SIGINT, GEOINT, and OSINT). Our next AFCEA EPIC Speaker Series is the "Flavors of Intelligence". This EPIC speaker series will feature a panel of distinguished experts from the HUMINT, SIGINT, GEOINT, and OSINT Communities to discuss the mission and differences of each of these intelligence gathering disciplines.

Moderator:

Dr. Mark Lowenthal

President & Chief Executive Officer
The Intelligence & Security Academy, LLC

Panelists:

Ms. Maureen Baginski

Director
Allied Associates International

SIGINT

Mr. Keith Masback

Chief Executive Officer

USGIF
GEOINT

Mr. Doug Naquin

Former Director of Open Source Center

OSINT

 

Background:

The AFCEA Emerging Professionals in Intelligence Committee (EPIC) is an exciting, high-energy group focused on developing leadersnetworking, and giving back to the Intelligence Community (IC). The Committee, comprised of IC professionals under the age of 40 from both the public and private sectors, enhances AFCEA’s outreach and education to the IC. The Committee is an extension of the longstanding and highly regarded AFCEA Intelligence Committee.

 

If you have any additional questions please contact Gretchen Gunning by email atggunning@afcea.orgor by phone at (703) 631-6219


Registration Fee: $15
Light Food & Drinks Will be Provided

Register Now!

http://www.afcea.org/mission/intel/EPIC_Event.asp
August 27

Jump Start Workshop Day

10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
SUB 1, Room 3400

Attend one or more of our career workshops presented by employers and Mason's career staff. All workshops are offered free of charge. Attend one or multiple workshops throughout the day! No registration is required.

10 a.m.

Resume & Cover Letter Writing

Learn how to write a targeted resume and cover letter for your job or internship applications.


11 a.m.

Finding Career Connections

Did know that over 70% of jobs are filled through personal connections? Learn how to enhance your job or internship search by connecting with people! We will provide some resources to get you started and review how to professionally approach people you meet about your search.


Noon

SPEEDSHOP: Applying for Federal Work Study & On-Campus Jobs


1 p.m.

Be a S-T-A-R at Interviewing

Learn techniques and strategies to be successful during your behavioral interview. Practice the STAR method and enhance your interviewing performance.

2 p.m.

Salary Negotiation

How do I start the negotiation process? What can I do if an employer rejects my salary proposal? What are some non-monetary considerations I should be aware of during the negotiation process? Join us for this speed shop to learn how to prepare for a salary negotiation.


3 p.m.

Stand Out in Your Internship

More info coming soon!


4 p.m.

Finding Your Fit: Exploring Industries & Occupations

This is an interactive workshop. Please bring your laptop! Learn about salaries, the job outlook, job functions, career path, and work environments for almost any occupation and industry. Participants will learn how to use web resources to investigate how to make good decisions about choosing an occupation or industry.

5 p.m.

Job Search for International Students

More info coming soon!

September 02

Part Time Job Fair

11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Dewberry Hall, lower level Johnson Center, Fairfax campus

On campus employers will be looking for student workers in various departments across campus.  Local employers will be recruiting for part time jobs in the area which are accessible by public transportation.  The list of participants will be available in August.


September 15

Tuesday Tune Up

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.