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February 08

Accenture U.S. Innovation Challenge

12:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Register by February 8th here!

Make a positive impact while gaining practical consulting experience. Sign up by February 8th for a chance to be on a team in the U.S. Innovation Challenge Undergraduate Competition. Develop a solution for a real challenge faced by World WildlifeFund®, a national non-profit partner.

Finalists present to Accenture senior leaders and non-profit executives and will also get the chance to interview for internships or receive internship offers. Our non-profit partner will also receive support to implement the winning team’s solution. Visit our website accenture.com/innovationchallenge for full details and student participant eligibility requirements. 

Registration is open now through February 8th. On February 19 & 20, Accenture will be on campus to create teams of all of the Mason applicants and to begin the case challenge.



February 08

Creative Careers Industry Week: Discover Your Skills and Market Your Creativity

4:00 PM – 5:15 PM
SUB 1, room 3311

This workshop will help you identify your transferable skills that employers want and articulate your strengths related to career options. Employer participant: Torpedo Factory Art Center


February 09

Creative Careers Industry Week: Ask the Professionals -Marketing/PR

5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Research Hall, 163

Connect with top employers from marketing and PR industries offering job/internship search tips.

Employer Participant: Bixal, Burson-Marsteller, Chief, Ketchum, Social Tables and US General Services Administration


February 10

2016 Graduate Student Career and Internship Fair

2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
126 Founders Hall

Be sure to register for the fourteenth annual Graduate Career and Internship Fair which is open to ALL graduate/professional degree students and will be held on the Arlington campus. The Graduate Career and Internship Fair, hosted by SPGIA/S-CAR provides you with the

opportunity to seek out full-time, part-time, cooperative education and internship positions, and strategically target employers with the skills and knowledge relevant to their needs. You will also have the opportunity to network with agencies in your fields of interest.

To RSVP for the Graduate Career and Internship Fair, please go to:

http://spgia.gmu.edu/current-students/career-services/career-resources-for-students-and-alumni/career-fair/  and click on the Student Registration hyperlink.

Employers who are attending the career fair will be updated daily, starting in January.  From the same link above you can view the employers attending the fair.  In February, on this page you can also see the Employer Guide with a more detailed description of the employer, the types of positions they are recruiting for and US citizenship requirements.


February 10

Creative Careers Industry Week: Arts in the Real World Internship and Career Fair

4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Center for the Arts Concert Hall

Meet with recruiters from the top art, entertainment and media employers.  Admission is free!  Visit arw2016.eventbrite.com to register and see the employer participants.

Employers Attending (as of January 8, 2016):

Adventure Theatre MTC, Arena Stage, Arlington Arts Center, Association of Performing Arts Presenters, CACI Productions Group, Dance Place, Fillmore Silver Spring, Ford's Theatre, Hamiltonian Artists, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Joy of Motion Dance Center, Live Nation, Mudra Arts Center, Olney Theatre Center, Potomac Arts Academy, Phillips Collection, Shakespeare Theatre Company, Sitar Arts Center, Smithsonian, Round House Theatre, Studio Theatre, Synetic Theater, United States Capitol Visitor Center, Warner Theatre, Washington Bach Consort, Washington Performing Arts, WETA, Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts, Workhouse Arts Center