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1. Behavioral Interviewing workshop
2. Interesting internships
3. Hot jobs!
4. Lockheed Martin Networking 101 Info Session
5. Summer internships with Third Way
6. Engineering, CS & IT Career Fair
7. Too early to start the job search?

	

1. Behavioral Interviewing workshop
Monday, April 4
5:30 - 7 p.m.
SUB I, Room 3400

Upcoming workshop: Federal Government Job & Internship Search
Wednesday, April 13
5:30 - 7 p.m.
JC, Room A

For a full list of workshops and events visit our calendar.
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2. Interesting internships
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Computer Specialist Intern

Heart Rhythm Society
Human Resource Intern

Hilton Worldwide
Hilton Worldwide Summer Internships

MicroPact Engineering, Inc.
Accounting Assistant

Apply for these and other internships in HireMason.
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3. Hot jobs!
American Bar Association
Finance Officer

Lockheed Martin Flight Services
System Security Administrator

Caroline County Public Schools
Multiple teaching positions

Henry M. Jackson Foundation
Mental Health Clinician/Clinical Coordinator

Apply for these and other positions in HireMason.
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4. Lockheed Martin Networking 101 Info Session

Thursday, April 21
5 p.m.
Johnson Center, Room F
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5. The Third Way: Adam Solomon Internship Program

Third Way is seeking an intern to work dually with its Communications &amp;
Outreach Departments. In the past, interns have:

 Conducted research on timely legislative issues and covered relevant
Committee hearings
 Gathered polling data and provided analysis for columns and talking points
 Developed and advanced Third Way's social networking presence
 Attended meeting/briefings with a variety of political figures, elite
members of the press and other officials
 Coordinated booking/pitching outreach to press
 Developed new systems for database management
 Assisted in development and execution of events.

Candidates must be graduate students or journalism students with an interest
and knowledge of national politics. Outstanding research, writing, and
analytical skills, as well as excellent attention to detail, are imperative.

THIS IS A PAID INTERNSHIP. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. You
may apply for the following sessions: Fall (September&#8208; December), Spring
(January&#8208; May), or Summer (June&#8208; August). Incomplete applications will not
be considered.

To apply, email the following:

1. Cover Letter
2. Resume
3. Short writing sample
4. References (professor/current or recent employer)
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6. Engineering, Computer Sciences & Information Technology Career Fair 2011
Friday, April 8
11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Capitol College
Register

Dress professionally. Bring copies of your resume.
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7. Too early to start the job search?
No way! Now's the time to get a head start on the competition before graduation.

1. Look for positions in HireMason
2. Fine tune your resume
3. Practice your interviewing skills
4. Get expert advice

Want to work for an international organization in the U.S. or outside the
country?

Check out Going Global, a database containing 31 country guides, corporate
profiles and more than 600,000 worldwide internship and job openings. To
access Going Global, log in to HireMason and select Going Global under "Jump
to."
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