SOM BUZZ for Week of December 19th:

December 16, 2011

General

University Winter Recess!
George Mason University will  close for Winter Recess on Friday, December 23, 2011 to Monday, January 2, 2012.  Read more

Learning Services Academic Skills Course!
Did you struggle with any class work this semester?  Do you wish your grades were better?  Is your schedule of activities always full?  If so, Learning Services has a perfect solution for you!  Read more

SOM 492 Internship Course for Spring 2012!
Got a spring internship?  Need general elective credit?  Consider taking SOM 492 internship course!  Read more

New Upper Level Econ Course!
Please be advised that Govt 319 “Issues in Government and Politics: Money, Markets and Economic Policy” has been approved to fulfill the upper level Economics requirement.  Read more

Graduating Seniors! Great Careers Begin at Mason!
At the Office of Housing and Residence Life, we foster dynamic, respectful, student-centered communities that support the educational development of our residents and the academic mission of our university.  Read more

Internship Opportunities with ASIRT!
The Association for Safe International Road Travel is seeking Social Media and Other Interns for Spring, Summer and Fall of 2012.  Read more

Finance Intership with EADS, North America!
Internship opportunity for Accounting or Finance majors.  Read more

IAFC Internship Opportunity!
The International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) is looking for a highly motivated, public service-minded individual to serve as an intern in the National Programs Department to work on the National Fire Fighter Near-Miss Reporting System and other programs.  Read more

Follow the School of Management on Twitter!
Did you know you can follow the School of Management on Twitter?  Read more


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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