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Sisi 

 

Sisi Jou

Academic Programs Manager

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

The Volgenau School of IT & Engineering 

George Mason University  MS 1G5 

 

4400 University Drive 

Fairfax, VA 22030 

Office: (703)-993-1569 

Fax: (703)-993-1601

 

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Sent: Monday, August 30, 2010 1:30 PM
To: Cheryl L Toulouse; Nancy Freeborne; John M Shiver; Thomas M Henderson;
Lisa R Pawloski; Susan W Durham; Brian K Gillette; Joan M. Elwood; Ariela
Sofer; Andrew G. Loerch; Peggy Brouse, Ph.D.; George L. Donohue; Rajesh
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Gerald Cook; Kathleen E. Wage; Deborah J Goodings; Michael J Casey; Tomasz
Arciszewski; Sharon M. Demonsabert; Sayedul H. Choudhury; Mark H Houck, CEIE
Dept, George Mason University; John S. Matusik; Bernard White; Daniel A
Menasce; Shirley Travis
Subject: Please forward to your graduate student listservs. Thank you.
Charlotte

 

Are you a grad student who is interested in Federal Government and
excellence in the leadership and management of public policies and programs?


Consider the Presidential Management Fellowship (PMF) program, www.pmf.gov
<http://www.pmf.gov/> 

Eligibility:
If you will earn your graduate degree (master's, Ph.D., Law) including
thesis or dissertation, between Sept. 1, 2010 and August 31, 2011, you are
eligible to apply during fall of 2010.

If you are a US citizen, or if you expect to become a US citizen before the
end of two years in a PMF position, you are eligible to apply.

Applicants from all majors and disciplines are encouraged to apply!  PMF is
not limited by academic background.  Federal agencies need leadership from
all disciplines and fields.

Mason PMF Information Session and Panel of Alumni Presidential Management
Fellows:

*	All interested Mason grad students are encouraged to attend the
annual PMF Information Session.

*	Monday, Sept. 20, 5:30 - 7 pm, Arlington campus,  ARLO 329.

*	A panel of PMFs who are alumni of Mason graduate programs will speak
about their PMF application and hiring processes, and answer your questions.
*	The application process requires academic nomination (the process
varies by college and dept.); this will be explained at the information
session on Sept. 20.


PMF is one of many exciting federal government employment opportunities.

A few resources:

*	makingthedifference.org:  job and internship listings, for grads,
undergrads, and post graduation.
*	Workshops on Federal Government Job and Internship Search:
http://careers.gmu.edu/calendar/index.cfm#fedg
*	Post-Graduate Federal Career Intern Program (FCIP) positions:
http://careers.gmu.edu/student/share/pdf/FedCareerInternProgramsFCIP.pdf


Questions? Contact Catherine McCormick, University Career Services,
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-- 
Charlotte Strauss, MEd, NCC
Career Counselor
George Mason University, VA 22030-4444
University Career Services, MSN 3B6
E-mail: [log in to unmask]  Phone: 703-993-2369/2370   
        
Please note that e-mail is not a confidential form of communication. 
If you are receiving this message in error, please let me know. 
If you are seeking career counseling services, please contact our office at
(703) 993-2370. Thank you.
 
Although University Career Services reviews advertised positions, we cannot
guarantee that every advertised position is legitimate or appropriate for
you.  You are responsible to determine whether a potential job matches your
skills and interests, and if a potential job is legitimate.