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April 4, 2010 - April 10, 2010 Archives



Featured Part-Time Jobs in UMBCworks

The following part-time positions have been posted within the past week to UMBCworks. Login to your account (via the link in the Jobs & Internships topic in myUMBC) and find details and application instructions as well as hundreds of other job postings!

*Assistant Animal Care Technician-USGS Patuxent Wildlife Refuge- UMBCworks ID#9238823
*Part-Time Engineer- Lakota Technical Solutions-UMBCworks ID#9238023
*Warehouse Office Position- Pasha Freight-UMBCworks ID#9238895
*Dance Instructor- Gaithersburg, MD-UMBCworks ID#9238889

Featured Full-Time Jobs in UMBCworks

The following full-time positions have been posted within the past week to UMBCworks. Login to your account (via the link in the Jobs & Internships topic in myUMBC) and find details and application instructions as well as hundreds of other job postings!

*Systems Engineer I- AAI Corporation-UMBCworks ID#9238964
*Music/Band Teacher, Anne Arundel County Public Schools-UMBCworks ID#9238898
*Inside Sales Specialist-RWD Technologies-UMBCworks ID#9238917
*Editor/Copy Development, Current Jobs in Writing-UMBCworks ID#9238862
*Software Engineer, Next Century-UMBCworks ID#9230456

Employer Career Info Sessions

The following employers will be at UMBC this semester to meet with students to discuss their organizations and employment opportunities. These sessions offer students the chance to network and really prepare for the application process and/or interviews with the hosting organizations. Please RSVP via the Events tab in your UMBCworks account (access myUMBC under the Jobs & Internships topic in myUMBC). The complete employer information session schedule can be viewed at Hosted by the Career Services Center.

** U.S. Census Bureau -- 4/7/2010, 5:00-7:00 pm, Commons 329 -- Information Systems, Communications, Business Technology Administration, Mathematics, Applied, Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, Economics, Geography, Sociology, Policy Science

Evening with Industry: The Sciences...Networking with the Stars

Thursday, April 22nd
6-7:30pm: Networking in the Public Policy Building Lobby
7:30pm: Tour of UMBC's Telescope Facility and Star Gazing

Don't miss your chance to network with employers interested in UMBC's science students for full-time and internship opportunities. Talk on-on-one with employers in your industry. A great opportunity to informally meet and greet recruiters and employers wanting to hire YOU! You'll also have the opportunity to do some star gazing in UMBC's telescope facility.

Sponsored by the Career Services Center (, 410.455.2216).

Please RSVP via the Events tab (under Workshops/Job Fairs).

Public Policy Grad School Info Session

MPP and BA/MPP Information Session
Wednesday, April 14, 12-1 pm
Public Policy Room 438

Come to this information session to get answers to your questions about
the Public Policy Master's (MPP) and combined BA/MPP degree programs at

Please RSVP by contacting Sally Helms (

Biological Research Education & Career Symposium


Wednesday, May 5th
7:30am - 3:30pm
Fort Detrick (Transportation will be provided)

Students interested in careers in medical and biological research and biodefense should not miss this event sponsored by the National Interagency Confederation for Biological Research (NICBR), a partnership of government agencies with laboratories at Fort Detrick, including:
- US Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases
- National Institutes of Health / National Cancer Institute
- National Biodefense Analysis and Countermeasures Center
- US Department of Agriculture
- Naval Medical Research Center
- National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The goal of the program is to present an overview of research being performed by the various NICBR
partners, through presentations and laboratory tours, and to provide information on educational and employment opportunities.

During the morning, representatives of the various NICBR laboratories will describe their research programs and opportunities for internships, fellowships and employment. After the presentation, attendees will have the opportunity to go on tours of various laboratories and explore posters and presentations being made by researchers at the NICBR Springfest. More information on Springfest is available at:

Because of security concerns, it will be necessary for Fort Detrick to carry out standard "background checks," so all participants are required to REGISTER BY APRIL 21st at:

Transportation from UMBC to the event at Ft. Detrick will be provided. Please RSVP via the Events tab in your UMBCworks account to indicate that you are registering for the event via their website and are interested in the provided shuttle. Details regarding the shuttle will be forwarded as the May 5th event date nears.

Tours are open to both US and non-US citizens.

Questions? Contact Lorie Logan-Bennett in the Career Services Center (, MP 2nd Floor, 410.455.2216) or Kerry Kidwell-Slak in The Shriver Center (, PUP 1st Floor, 410.455.2493).

Please note that a strict No Show Policy is in effect for this event.

To complete your registration for this event, interested students must:

1) RSVP via UMBCworks

2) Complete the NICBR site registration at:

3) Print out and sign the following statement and return it to the Shriver Center to the attention of Kerry Kidwell-Slak (Public Policy 1st Floor) by April 21st.


No-Show Policy

___ By checking this box, I confirm that I will be attending the Education and Career Symposium on Wednesday, May 5, 2010 in conjunction with the annual NCI-Frederick and Fort Detrick Spring Research Festival.. There will be no charge to UMBC students to attend and/or to utilize the provided transportation. I understand that by registering and not attending I am preventing another UMBC student from participating, harming the reputation of the university and causing UMBC to incur monetary expenses.

I am aware that should I fail to attend this event without notifying the event organizer (Mike Bray, and Kerry Kidwell-Slak ( by Monday, May 3, 2010, my UMBC student account will be charged a fee of $25 to cover the financial costs incurred.


Printed Name:

Please turn in to Kerry Kidwell-Slak, The Shriver Center, Public Policy 1st Floor

FBI Job/Internship Off-site Visit 4/30

Instead of bringing the companies to campus, we're taking you to the

The FBI 's mission is to protect and defend the United States against
terrorist and foreign intelligence threats, to uphold and enforce the
criminal laws of the United States, and to provide leadership and
criminal justice services to federal, state, municipal, and
international agencies and partners.

Join your Career Services and Shriver Center staff members on FRIDAY,
APRIL 30th as they take you out to visit the FBI. Learn about the
following units: Violent Crimes, Counter Intelligence, Public
Corruption/White Collar Crimes, and Cyber Terrorism.
Transportation is provided, but an RSVP is required. You will receive
confirmation of your registration prior to the trip date. Space is
limited, so register early!
Vans will leave The Shriver Center at 8:30 a.m. sharp.

Student qualifications for the FBI visit include:
- US Citizenship status
- Open to All Majors

To register for this tour, please RSVP via the Events/Workshops tab in UMBCworks.


Teach Maryland

Maryland Education Recruitment Consortium
Saturday, April 10
Sheraton Baltimore City Center

Meet with recruiters from all 24 Maryland public school systems.
Details at

Teacher Job Fair

The University of Delaware will host its 33rd annual teacher job fair (Project Search) on April 21st at our main campus in Newark, Delaware and we invite your students and alumni to attend. Despite the challenging job market for educators, we're excited that over 90 school systems have registered to participate this year - which is terrific for those students/candidates who will be with us that day.

Please feel free to forward or print the attached registration form to share with interested students and alumni on your respective campuses. The list of participating organizations, as well as directions and/or other helpful information, is found at the Project Search website

Elijah Cummings 2010 Job Fair

Monday, 4/19
5th Regiment Armory
29th Division St., Baltimore, MD 21201

List of employers and other details available at:

Baltimore Career Fair

April 21, 2010 Time: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Facility: Baltimore Convention Center
One West Pratt Street Baltimore, MD 21201

More details at

Women For Hire Washington, DC Career Expo

April 22
The Almas Temple @ the Hamilton Crowne Hotel
1315 K Street NW
Washington, DC 20005

Free Admission
Free Resume Critiquing
Free Powerful Career Seminars
Free All-new Mentor Match Program

*Registration at the door
*Resumes required for admittance
*Business attire required

Do you think most job fairs are worthless? That you stand in line for hours for your chance to shine---only to have a recruiter direct you to a website? That you leave feeling worse than you did before? We are a day-long /experience/ for women, a safe haven for you to meet with great recruiters, get four hours of FREE advice, inspiration and services and leave feeling like your chances of success are far better than when you arrived. You may glean a helpful career tidbit or two. You could end up getting a thorough primer on what it takes these days to launch your career, find another job or reinvent yourself in these tough times. But no matter what reception you get from any recruiter, you'll leave our expo feeling more empowered, optimistic and enthusiastic about your career.


Start your day early on Thursday, April 22 by attending Tory Johnson's popular Early Morning Seminar. In this inspirational 90-minute session, the CEO of Women For Hire discusses her own fired-to-hired story and talks about the latest job trends and tactics that inspire millions of viewers each week on ABC's /Good Morning America/. Once our expo doors open at 10 a.m., we offer a variety of FREE services designed to empower you in your job search.

*Resume Critiquing:* Every resume can use a second set of eyes. Seasoned professionals are here to provide customized feedback to make your resume stand apart from the rest.

*Mentor Match:* New this season, benefit from mini mentoring sessions with professionals who will listen to your career goals and give you their best, on-the-spot advice.

*Power Seminars:* Experts offer 20-minute sessions throughout the day covering a wide range of topics and themes quickly but directly, chock-full of information on topics ranging from how to use social media to find a job to what to say in an interview after that first "hello." Look for more details in our upcoming newsletters.

Whether you're currently looking for a job, considering a career change or simply interested in meeting with other smart and savvy professional women, Women For Hire is here for you.


American Association for Cancer Research Undergraduate Student Caucus

Saturday, April 17, 2010
Renaissance Hotel, Washington, D.C.

Compete for monetary prizes while presenting your research at a prestigious scientific meeting. Attendees will also receive a free lunch, annual meeting registration, and student membership in the AACR.

All participants can enjoy:
* A panel discussion led by young scientific investigators ranging from graduate students to post-docs, who will address issues related to scientific research and career development;

* A keynote address from a prominent cancer researcher, who will inspire students to consider a career in cancer research;

* A competitive poster session that will award first, second, and third place prizes for outstanding student research; and

* Access to all AACR Annual Meeting scientific sessions, posters,
and exhibits--and much more!

The registration deadline is 4/2/10; abstract submission deadline for the poster competition is 3/26/10. Details at .

I'm Hired! Now What?

Essential Know-How for Your First Real Job
Weds., 4/28/10
Commons 329

Learn how to fill out all those forms, decipher the corporate culture, figure out how you'll be graded at work. Come learn all the basics that will make your first months on the job so much easier! Presented by Lockheed Martin. Hosted by Career Services Center.

Please RSVP via the Events tab in UMBCworks

Register to Vote!

This fall Maryland voters will have the chance to elect a Governor, a U.S. Senator, members of the U.S. House of Representatives, state legislators and county officials, and to vote on ballot initiatives. The deadline to register for the primary election is before school starts in the fall. Please take a few minutes to register now so you won't be left out.

Check out the details and learn how to register at .

UMBC Visionaries in IT

Wednesday, April 21
7:30am -- 9am

The Westin Baltimore Washington Airport
1110 Old Elkridge Landing Road
Linthicum, MD 21090

Speaker: Dr. Bernard Meyerson, IBM Fellow and VP, Innovation and Global University Relations

Note: A bus is provided to transport students, faculty and staff. The bus leaves at 7:15am and meets at the flagpoles near the Administration Building.

URL and link to register:

Share Your Views by April 30 and Win $500!

You could win $500 cash, just by sharing your views on the job-search process. Participate in the 2010 NACE Student Survey, sponsored by the National Association of Colleges and Employers, and you are eligible to win!

It's easy: Complete the survey online at:

Anytime between now and April 30, 2010, and you are eligible to win. Good luck!

Your individual response will remain absolutely confidential and will not be shared with anyone outside of NACE. Only aggregate data will be presented in any reports or articles based on the responses to this survey. Contact information is requested for the sole purpose of identifying and communicating with the prize winner.

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