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Next Week in Career Services, May 11th

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Next Week in Career Services, May 11th

Index

1. Congratulations, graduates!
2. Career Launch
3. NEW this summer
4. Employment opportunity
5. Building Key Relationships at Your New Job
 

1. Congratulations, graduates!

Congratulations to all those graduating this semester! We are proud of 
your accomplishments! Please remember that we are here for you even after 
graduation. View and print the career resources and services available to 
Mason alum.
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2. Career Launch: Workshops for grads and continuing students
Coming up the week after graduation, we will be conducting a day of 
workshops targeted at helping graduates and continuing students find a job 
or internship for the summer. Join us for one or more sessions. No RSVP is 
required.

Thursday, May 21 in SUB I, Rooms B & C

Resume & Cover Letter Writing 11 a.m.
Networking with Employers 12:30 p.m.
Light lunch provided by USPS in the Career Library
Finding a Job or Internship in a Tight Market 1:15 p.m.
Behavioral Interviewing 2:30 p.m.
Salary Negotiation 4 p.m.
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3. New this summer: drop-in career hours and drop-in resume work groups

Beginning Monday, May 18, you can stop in to ask a career counselor any 
quick question about your job search or career decisions or bring a draft 
of your resume or cover letter for review. No appointment necessary! See a 
list of available dates and times.
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4. Churches for Middle East Peace Employment Announcement
Churches for Middle East Peace (CMEP) is seeking a full time Deputy 
Director. CMEP is a coalition of 22 national churches and church 
organizations that advocates directly with the Congress and the 
Administration for strong U.S. leadership to help end the Israel-
Palestinian conflict. The Deputy Director reports to the Executive 
Director and will have the following responsibilities.

Government Relations and Policy:
 Develop and implement CMEP's legislative strategy by building and 
maintaining relationships with Members of Congress and their staff, 
arranging and participating in regular Hill meetings and cooperating with 
like-minded advocacy organizations.
 Track legislative issues and monitor U.S. and Middle East policy 
developments.
 Work with the Executive Director to carry out CMEP's broad advocacy 
agenda and in writing and producing CMEP policy statements.

Communications and Advocacy:
* Manage, in cooperation with CMEP's Executive Director and Field 
Director, CMEP's communications with grassroots advocates nationwide, 
including informational bulletins and action alerts.
* Prepare written advocacy guidance and educational materials for 
advocates and church groups.
* Participate in planning and execution of CMEP's annual advocacy 
conference and conduct advocacy trainings and presentations.

Administration:
* Assist in maintaining CMEP's website content.
* Provide support in producing CMEP resources and materials, including the 
quarterly newsletter.
* Help supervise the work of the Staff Assistant.

Requirements:
We are seeking a mature, energetic and resourceful person with experience 
working on Capitol Hill or for an advocacy organization. The ideal 
candidate will possess a strong commitment to CMEP policy positions and 
have background in Middle East peace issues, preferably with an interest 
in working with churches and church constituencies. The individual will 
have strong organizational, writing and communications skills and have the 
ability to respond quickly and effectively to complex and shifting 
situations.

The latest starting date will be the end of June, but could be earlier. 
The position includes health insurance and a generous vacation and sick 
day package. To apply, email a resume, cover letter, including salary 
requirements, and writing sample, by May 30 to Warren Clark, Executive 
Director, Churches for Middle East Peace.
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5. Building Key Relationships at Your New Job: Focus first on your Peers

By John Rice on GottaMentor.com:

Most people think that the most important relationship to develop when 
they start a new job is with their new boss. There is no question that 
winning over your boss and finding senior level mentors are key to being 
successful, but the most important thing you can do to build 
strong "upward" relationships is to deliver great work from the start that 
makes those senior folks look good. The people who can most help you 
deliver great work early on are actually your peers. Keep reading...

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