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Career Center Interview Room 34400 Massachusetts AvenueWashingtonDC20016
The Employer-in-Residence (EiR) program brings together students and recruiters/representatives with EiR partner organizations for pre-scheduled appointments.
These sessions offer students the opportunity to meet with representatives in a one-on-one setting for learning and networking. All EiR sessions will be posted in Handshake and …more
Employer-in-Residence: CIA - Languages and Area Studies Majors & Minors Only
Career Center Small Meeting Room4400 Massachusetts AvenueWashingtonDC20016
Employer-in-Residence (EiR) The Employer-in-Residence (EiR) program brings together students and recruiters/representatives with EiR partner organizations for pre-scheduled appointments. These sessions offer students the opportunity to meet with representatives in a one-on-one setting for learning and networking. All EiR sessions will be posted in Handshake, and all degree-seeking students in …more
CIA Information Session
Mary Graydon Conference Room 3-44400 Massachusetts AvenueWashingtonDC20016
CIA will host an information session at AU. They will dive into the details of their application process, walk candidates (and prospective applicants) through the system, and answer question on the spot. Attendees are encouraged to bring and use their laptops for Q&A with the CIA recruiter. A short information session about internships across the Directorates will conclude the session. US …more
Job Search Essentials in 90 Minutes
McDowell Formal4400 Massachusetts AvenueWashingtonDC20016
Join us for the new Job Search Essentials in 90 Minutes program, which consists of three 30-minute sessions (Resumes, Networking, How to Prep for the JIF) and an opportunity to network with other attendees.
Program6:00PM - 6:30PM Resumes6:30PM - 7:00PM Networking7:00PM - 7:30PM How to Prep for the Job and Internship Fair
Opportunity for resumes to be reviewed throughout the event.
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Mary Graydon Tavern Alcove4400 Massachusetts AvenueWashingtonDC20016
Have some last-minute resume questions? Want an extra pair of eyes to look over your document? Or, want to fine-tune your resume in preparation for the Job and Internship Fair on September 26th.
Drop by the Resume Station in the Tavern anytime on Tuesday, September 25th between 1p.m. and 6p.m. and review your resume with a Career Center advisor or peer advisor.
If you would like to request …more
Career Center Job & Internship Fair
Bender Arena4400 Massachusetts AvenueWashingtonDC20016
Take advantage of having more than 140 public, private, and nonprofit employers recruiting on campus. AU students and alumni are encouraged to attend the Fall Job and Internship Fair to learn about dozens of full-time and part-time jobs and internships. Visit the fair web page for more information about registered employers as well as prep events and resources. Dress in business attire and bring …more
Women In Technology
Off Campus4400 Massachusetts AvenueWashingtonDC20016
When one woman helps another, amazing things can happen. Professional careers leap forward. That's what Women in Technology is all about. As the premier professional association for women in the technology industry, we understand the unique challenges you face. No matter where you are in your professional development, or what technology-related field you're in, our community offers a broad range …more
How to Prep for the Presidential Management Fellowship (PMF) Online Assessment Info. Session
Career Center Library4400 Massachusetts AvenueWashingtonDC20016
The Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) Program is one of the best ways for graduate students and recent alumni to enter federal government service. If you have or will receive your degree between December 2016 and August 2019, attend this session to learn how to prep successfully for the first-round PMF online assessment.
If you would like to request disability-related accommodations or …more
Critical Language Scholarship Info Session
Abramson Family Founders Room, SIS Building4400 Massachusetts AvenueWashingtonDC20016
The Critical Language Scholarship provides 8-10 weeks of intensive language study and cultural immersion abroad to US undergraduate and graduate students. Come learn about the program offerings and application process from our CLS advisor Chris Swanson.
Human Security Networking Reception
Constitution Hall, Meeting Room #1-3 (113-115)4400 Massachusetts AvenueWashingtonDC20016
Join us for a night of open networking with students, alumni, employers, faculty, and staff interested or working in Human Security (including but not limited to national and cyber security, counterterrorism, and intelligence).
Hors D'oeuvres and beverages provided. See event in Handshake for more details including accessibility information.