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This Week in Career Services, October 18th 

Index

1. Have an interview coming up?
2. Behavioral Interviewing workshop
3. Ask the Professionals: Finance career panel
4. Panel for humanities & social sciences majors
5. Hot jobs: Interview on campus
6. Extreme Entrepreneurship Tour
7. CACI internship
8. Find out more about these employers
	

1. Have an interview coming up?

Try Perfect Interview to help prepare. Use a webcam or type your answers to
questions given by a video interviewer. Use Internet Explorer to access the
software.
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2. Behavioral Interviewing workshop
Did you know there are behavioral based interviewers who seek to uncover
specific skill experiences and behaviors in candidate? Learn how to handle
these questions and present your skill set in the best light.

Monday, October 18th
5:30 - 7 p.m.
North Chesapeake Module
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3. Ask the Professionals: Finance career panel
Find out from employers how to prepare for a career in finance. Panel is
open to ALL majors.

Tuesday, October 19th
5:30 - 7 p.m.
Research I, Room 163

Participating Employers: CB Richard Ellis, FDIC, Freddie Mac, Northwestern
Mutual Financial Network, SAIC, Stifel

RSVP today. Get more info.
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4. Panel: Translate Your Humanities & Social Sciences Degree into a Career

Wednesday, October 20th
5:30 - 7 p.m.
JC, Room D

Are you seeking a job beyond graduation with your liberal arts degree?

If so, you won't want to miss this panel! Mason alumni are coming to campus
to share their experiences of job searching with liberal arts degrees.
They'll discuss the skills they found desirable to employers, their job
searching techniques, and how their liberal arts degrees continue to serve
them now in their careers.

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5. Hot jobs! Featured On-Campus Interviewing positions

The resume submission deadline for these On-Campus Interviewing positions is
Wednesday, October 20th.

Mitchell and Titus
Position: Audit Intern

Booz Allen Hamilton
Position: Cyber Internship

Novogradac & Company LLP
Position: Staff Accountant

Search for these and other positions on HireMason. Learn more about
on-campus interviewing.
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6. Extreme Entrepreneurship Tour
The Extreme Entrepreneurship Tour is the first-ever national
entrepreneurship tour, and it's coming to Mason! A high-energy event with
lots of music, movement, prizes and networking, the Extreme Entrepreneurship
Tour features the country's top young entrepreneurs and successful local
entrepreneurs from the D.C. metro area.

Thursday, November 4th
1 - 5 p.m.
JC, Dewberry Hall

The tour is brought to you by the National Chamber Foundation, the Campaign
for Free Enterprise and iMADdu. Mason President Alan G. Merten will open the
event with Thomas J. Donahue, President and CEO of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

Register today.
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7. CACI internship
Under direct supervision, performs various tasks for CACI business
management division professional staff. May perform technical or historical
research to assist staff in preparation of deliverables. May prepare reports
and correspondence. May provide technical support on information system
projects including testing and documentation.

Required Qualifications:

 Co-Op/Interns at this level typically represent college students trying to
gain related work experience while pursuing a graduate degree.
 Proficiency with office automation tools, such as MS Office, VISIO,
Project, Windows, etc.
 Ability to review, analyze and write summary reports on information that
may be technical in nature.
 Attention to detail and ability to execute discrete tasks with minimal
supervision.

To apply, log-in to HireMason.
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8. Employer information sessions
On Monday, October 18th, find out more about working for these employers:

CGI
Noon
North Chesapeake Module

U.S. Department of State
12:30 p.m.
Mason Hall, D3 A&B
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