Join us for Industry Day’s sponsored by the School of Public Affairs and the AU Career Center.
Industry Days provide students the opportunity to hear and meet alumni and employers currently working in that industry. It provides employers the opportunity to meet students and discuss job and internship opportunities during our networking reception (hors d'oeuvres and refreshments will be served at the reception). Whether you are seeking new talent, or hoping to strengthen your professional network, you won't want to miss Industry Days.
Industry Days are free to participate in. All events will take place on the American University campus: 4400 Massachusetts Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20016.
Working for Justice
Monday February 10, 2020, 6-8pm
Washington College of Law students are welcome to attend this event. To register please email Justin Williams (email@example.com). On site registrations will be accepted.
6-6:15pm: Registration & Check-in
- U.S. Intelligence Community (IC) Panel
- Law Enforcement & the Courts Panel
7-8pm: Networking Reception
Intelligence Community (IC) Panel will have representatives from Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC), FBI, and US Dept. of Homeland Security (DHS).
Law Enforcement & Courts Panel will have representatives from FBI, Fairfax county Police Department, and Prince George’s County Police Department.
Directions to Campus
Hourly parking is available in the garage under the Katzen Arts Center. Campus can be reached by DC Metro rail and bus, or by using the AU Shuttle Bus.
Monday October 21, 2019, 9-11AM
9-9:15am Alum/Employer/Student Check in & Networking
9:15-10am Panel “Working for a Non-Profit”
10-11am Networking Reception
Campaigns, Congress and Lobbies
Tuesday September 24, 2019, 6-8PM
6-6:15PM - Alum/Employer/Student Check in & Networking
6:15-7PM - Panels on campaigning and lobbying running simultaneously
7-8PM - Networking Reception
Tom Bonier, CEO, TargetSmart
Christian Curto, Campaign Solutions
Alicia Kolar Prevost, Director of the Voter Study Group, Democracy Fund
William R. Sweeney Jr., Distinguished Practitioner, Department of Government, School of Public Affairs