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This Week in Career Services (August 17th )

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1. Interesting internships
2. Registering for classes?
3. Coming soon...
4. Make Yourself Stand Out in an Interview

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1. Interesting internships

Check out PatriotJobWeb (https://gmu-csm.symplicity.com/students) for these 
and other internship opportunities!

Employer: Home Front Communications
Title: Broadcast Coordinator Intern - Paid or Stipend
Industry : Communications/TV/Radio/Film/Production

Employer: Trident Systems
Title: Accounting Intern - Paid or Stipend
Industry : Government/Public Affairs/Public Policy

Employer: U.S. Supreme Court - Office of the Curator
Title: Curator Office Intern - Unpaid
Industry : Government/Public Affairs/Public Policy

 
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2. Registering for classes? Try UNIV 200.

UNIV 200 (http://www2.gmu.edu/dpt/saa/utp//u200.html): Major Career 
Decisions
A course designed to help you choose a major or a career

Contact Virginia Wheeler ([log in to unmask]) for details.
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3. Coming soon: Jump Start Your Job Search
Thursday, August 27

Orientation to On-Campus Interviewing (OCI)
9:30 - 10:30am
SUB I, Rooms A & B

Resume & Cover Letter Writing
10:45am - 12:15pm
SUB I, Rooms A & B

Networking Practice with Employers (light snack provided)
12:15 - 1pm
SUB I, Room 348

Tips from Recruiters on Networking & Job Search Strategies
1 - 2:30pm
SUB I, Rooms A & B

How to Research Employers
2:30 - 3:30pm
SUB I, Rooms A & B


Friday, August 28

Finding Internships & Other Career-Related Experiences
10 - 11:15am
SUB I, Rooms A & B

Behavioral Interviewing
11:30am - 1pm
SUB I, Rooms A & B

Resume & Cover Letter Drop-in Critiques (bring a draft)
1 - 3pm
SUB I, Rooms A & B
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4. How to Make Yourself Stand Out in an Interview
By Ronald Mitchell on GottaMentor.com

Believe it or not, it is not your outstanding professional track record or 
your exceptional academic pedigree that make you standout in an interview. 
Those are the things that get you the interview. Once you walk in the room 
and sit down in front of the interviewer, it is a whole new ball game. If 
you want to Standout in Your Interview, you need to focus on the following 
steps to differentiate yourself from your peers. Keep reading... 
(http://www.gottamentor.com/viewAdvice.aspx?
a=371&utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=20090519)
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Career Services ... Connecting to Your Future

SUB I, Room 348    (703) 993-2370
careers.gmu.edu     [log in to unmask]