The Career Expo for People With Disabilities and Wounded Warriors Event

October 25, 2011

Career Services, Events, Networking

Friday, November 18, 2011
10:00am- 3:00pm
Ronald Reagan Buiding – 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW 
Washington, DC

Join us at the Washington, DC Career Expo to meet with Fortune 500 companies and government agencies looking to recruit new talent.  We would like to remind you that you must pre-register online in order to attend this event.

To pre-register, go to www.eop.com/expo
For further info, e-mail us at info@eop.com

FREE ADMISSION TO CAREER EXPO
You must be dressed in business or military attire when attending the Career Expo.
Bring numerous, printed copies of your resume to give to potential employers.
Must be at least 18 years of age
 
Here are some of the many companies that will be recruiting at the Career Expo:
Aerojet Corporation, Boeing Company, Bronze Sponsor, Capital One, Bronze Sponsor, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid, Central Intelligence Agency, Comcast, Constellation Energy, Defense Security Services, FDIC, Federal Aviation Administration, Food and Drug Administration-CBER, Freddie Mac, Bronze Sponsor, Internal Revenue Service, Johns Hopkins University-full-time Graduate Studies, Lockheed Martin, National Credit Union, National Geospatial Intelligence Agency, National Science Foundation, National Security Agency, NAVAIR, NAVSEA, Next Era Energy, SPAWAR, Transporation Security Administration, US Agency for International Development, US Air Force-Civilian, US Census Bureau, US Department of Defense (DCPAS/ RAD ), US Department of Energy, US Department of Justice, US Nuclear Regulatory Commission, US Secret Service, US Department of State, University of Virginia, and many more….

SPONSORED BY:
Association On Higher Education And Disability (AHEAD)
Career Opportunities for Students With Disabilities (COSD)

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About Mary Byerley

Mary Byerley works for the School of Management in the Office of Academic and Career Services. She has been with George Mason University for 15 years.

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