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October 30, 2013

Please visit the City Gate, Inc. information table on Wednesday, October 30, 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., in MGC Lobby.

City Gate, Inc. is an urban ministry in Washington, DC, seeking to open doors of opportunity, empowerment, and friendship. Their primary focus is on children and their families in Washington, DC. They are currently seeking students for a variety of internship opportunities.

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Type: Table/Display Case

Host: Career Center

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The demands of class, homework, internships, and relationships can be stressful and overwhelming. How can you be successful, fulfilled, and highly productive while balancing competing demands? Find out how in this fun and interactive workshop led by Professor Chris Palmer where you will acquire skills and techniques to be happy, balanced, and energized, despite a hectic campus life.

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Type: Workshop

Host: Career Center

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Students are invited to join Princeton in Africa's inaugural D.C. career networking event on Monday, November 4. Committed: On the Ground in Africa is a networking breakfast and panel discussion with top leaders in African development, law, policy, business and investment, and humanitarian aid. Special guests include former ambassadors, global private sector leaders, officials from the U.S. State …more

Type: Panel Discussion

Host: Career Center

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Receive quick advice about your resume, cover letter, or job and internship search without having to schedule an appointment. Drop by to speak with a SOC Career Advisor.

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Host: Career Center

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The declining federal job market has made it difficult to obtain government employment, and some employers outside of the government are also feeling the effects. Attend this session to gain a better understanding of the state of federal hiring and learn about recruitment programs for students and recent graduates in light of these economic realities.


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Type: Workshop

Host: Career Center

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Only 20-30% of all job vacancies are advertised. The other 80% of jobs are found through networking and other means of connecting with employers personally. Participate in this interactive workshop and learn more about how to utilize a variety of resources like online databases, networking, and social media to take advantage of both markets and land a full-time position after graduation.

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The Killam Fellowship provides an opportunity for undergraduate students to spend one semester at a university in Canada and has a value of $5,000. AU nomination required. Open to undergraduate students in all majors; U.S. citizens only. Visit www.killamfellowships.com for complete details. Questions? E-mail meritawards@american.edu.

Type: Information Session

Host: Office of Merit Awards

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