Join the Gradfest Festivities!

April 16, 2013

Events, General, Graduation Info

Gradfest is an annual tradition at George Mason University. Come join your fellow classmates and take part in all the Gradfest 2013 activities. Gradfest is a series of fun events designed to celebrate and recognize the accomplishments of Mason graduates. Events are open to seniors and graduate students to encourage them to look ahead to becoming Mason alumni and build a lifelong relationship with their Alma Mater.

Highlights of Gradfest are:

April 20th:  Mason Takes Over Kings Dominion (Tickets are $20 for the first 1000 and may be purchased in the Office of Student Involvement).

April 25th:  Passport to the Future Graduate Transition Fair (snacks, prizes, and information to help our students prepare for life after graduating), JC North Plaza 11am-2pm.

May 10th:  Mason at the Washington Nationals: The Nats take on the Cubs! (Tickets are $5 and can be purchased in the Office of Student Involvement).

May 15th:  A Graduation Celebration: “A Toast to Our Graduates” is the last event of Gradfest.  Graduating students will experience an official welcome from the George Mason Alumni Association. The event will crescendo with a toast and photograph in front of the George Mason statue. Graduating students will receive a commemorative champagne flute as a gift. Hors d’oeuvres will be served. (RSVP required - http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/GradFESTCelebration).

May 20-24th:  Just-in-Time Hiring Week, Alumni Answer Week, Career Launch (Career programming for recent graduates offered through University Career Services).

Students are encouraged to take this opportunity to register for Mason CareerLink.

As you work toward your academic and professional goals it is important to network and learn about industries of interest. Mason Career Link is a database of alumni accessible to both students and alumni through HireMason under the networking tab. Users may search for alumni by career, major, company or job title. Alumni offer help with resume critiques, mock interviews, shadowing experiences, informational interviewing, or simply answering questions. Mason Career Link allows you to ask a fellow Patriot about their experience, network, and get advice.

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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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