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Full-Time Job

High School Learning Specialist
St. Paul's School
UMBCworks ID#:9232442 (login to UMBCworks via the Jobs & Internships "Topic" in myUMBC)

Serve as a member of the St. Paul’s School Department for Student Services and Health under the supervision of the School Psychologist

Must have specific training and expertise in learning disabilities, speech and language development, learning and the brain studies, or school psychology.

Responsible for providing academic services in the form of academic coaching to students and consultation support for teachers and parents.

Work with students individually and in small groups to teach study skills, to coach executive functioning skills, and to directly support students who are academically vulnerable.

Collaborate with teachers to help them understand student’s learning needs and to differentiate classroom instruction for students with different learning styles or specific learning challenges. Coordinate learning specialist’s individually tailored work with students to teachers’ expectations for student performance.

Consult with parents in coordination with the school psychologist to help parents understand the challenges faced by academically vulnerable students in school, to help develop a plan for parental support, and to facilitate communication between and among the student, his parents, and his teachers.

Assist school psychologist in the development and implementation of a school based accommodation plan for eligible students. Assist School Psychologist in the application process for test accommodations from the College Board and ACT.

Participate in Upper School life. Serve as an advisor to 12-15 students. Contribute to the extracurricular life of the school through activities, athletics, or both.

For more information or to apply, please e-mail cover letter and resume to Rich Schellhas, Asst. Headmaster and Interim Upper School Principal at

Full-Time Job

Content Management Analyst
NASA Center for AeroSpace Information/Chugach Industries Inc.
UMBCworks ID#:9232511 (login to UMBCworks via the Jobs & Internships "Topic" in myUMBC)

The NASA Center for AeroSpace Information (CASI), operated by Chugach Industries, Inc., is the primary operational facility for the Agency’s Scientific & Technical Information Program. Since the early 1960’s CASI’s mission has been to collect, organize, disseminate, and preserve both NASA and worldwide literature in the space sciences and aerospace engineering. CASI maintains a database of over 4 million records and provides digital information products and services to NASA, the broader aerospace community, and the general public. The CASI facility is located just south of Baltimore in Hanover, Maryland. (Further information regarding CASI and the NASA STI Program is available at

Chugach is currently seeking an information management professional with broad experience in metadata and document processing, information retrieval, and distribution and access control. This individual will directly support the ongoing evaluation/development of automated and manual procedures for metadata creation, classification, document processing, and information retrieval and delivery. The qualified candidate will also review and evaluate documents for inclusion into the NASA Aeronautics and Space Database, and may also provide quality control and production support to database creation operations. Work also includes providing support to the development of a subject-term thesaurus.

Mandatory –
BA or BS degree

Minimum of two years of experience performing related work. (This requirement can be waived if employee has or is working towards a Master’s Degree in Library and Information Sciences).

Preferred –
BA or BS degree in a science, engineering, or information management discipline
Knowledge of descriptive cataloging and/or abstracting and indexing
Experience in a NASA or technical information environment
Knowledge of Boolean search queries and experience with database analysis

Full-Time Job

Health and Wellness
UMBCworks ID#:9232440 (login to UMBCworks via the Jobs & Internships "Topic" in myUMBC)

Great opportunity with well known Communications company!

Looking for an energetic individual for supporting the overall direction and development of the Health and Wellness program for employees at our private company gym. Interns will support the facilitation of fitness assessments (including health history, height, weight, circumference measurements, body composition, heart rate, blood pressure, submax VO2 bicycle testing, flexibility tests, and muscular strength and endurance tests). Help ensure a safe and clean facility by checking equipment, addressing and correcting malfunctions and maintaining an adequate inventory of supplies. Support the development of incentive and motivation programs. Assist with health promotion activities including seminars, lectures, and workshops on a variety of health and wellness topics including nutritional information, time and stress management and relaxation techniques.

Full-Time Job

PowerBuilder / .NET Developer (ID CP2009-0002)
LCG Inc.
UMBCworks ID#:9232518 (login to UMBCworks via the Jobs & Internships "Topic" in myUMBC)

LCG Technologies Corp. is a complete technology solutions provider with a business focus and a successful track record since 1994. Our professional services include custom application development, database integration, back office solutions as well as IT business consulting. LCG has established itself as a premier technology organization that bases its own success on the success of our clients. We service small, mid-sized and Fortune 100 Companies in a variety of industries including, Finance, Insurance, and Higher Education, and Manufacturing.

We are looking for a full time PowerBuilder / .NET Developer. Candidate must be a sharp, highly motivated professional with strong communication (both verbal and written) skills and ability to exchange technical and business information with others clearly and concisely.

Principle Responsibilities:
Interact with business users to understand, define and specify business requirements to ensure that applications meet user needs
Accurately translate user/business requirements into technical specifications
Design, develop, implement and maintain customized applications
Actively participate in the revenue generation process by identifying opportunities to expand the scope of the client engagement (i.e. additional scope on current projects, or new projects)
Effectively manage multiple priorities from one or more applications within an engagement/project
Successfully deliver all engagements, projects and tasks

Required Skills & Abilities:
4 - 6 years of PowerBuilder experience
1 - 3 years of .NET experience
Experience with relational databases: SQL Server 2000 and SQL Server 2005 preferred
Familiarity with multi-tiered and client-server applications
Thorough working knowledge of the application development processes, methodologies and their direct application to application projects
Strong programming, code development, code debugging, testing and troubleshooting skills, and experience with numerous operating systems, developmental environments, programming languages and architectures
Strong decision making and problem solving experience with application projects
Understanding of application coding methodologies and the SDLC model
Demonstrated attention to detail through prior experience at the tactical, implementation level
Ability to deliver goals and directly implement application projects.
Strong communication (both verbal and written) skills and ability to exchange technical and business information with others clearly and concisely.

Education & Certifications:
BS Degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, or related discipline.
Desired Certifications: in any of the listed technologies

Part-Time Job

Marketing & Events Position (Temporary)
Ernst & Young LLP
UMBCworks ID#: 9232421 (login to UMBCworks via the Jobs & Internships "Topic" in myUMBC)

This position will be based in our Baltimore, MD office

The marketing intern will primarily support the event marketing function of the local Business Development Operations group. He/she will be responsible for most administrative duties of the group and will manage local event logistics for roundtables, seminars, etc. Implementation of larger scale events such as the Entrepreneur of the Year program will take up the majority of the Intern's time after January 2009.

He/she will gain exposure to and learn from involvement with strategic marketing, budgeting, event management, and external relations (media, alumni, etc.) and will learn about the current regulatory environment and the role of professional services firms.

Flexible hours are available to accommodate students or others in need of a flexible work arrangement (full-time is preferred). Internship pays an hourly rate with no additional benefits. Overtime is paid at time and a half. Expenses will be paid for travel, etc.


Become familiar with and utilize National Events Database, AIMS (Contact management database), Alumni Database and others to help manage client contacts and touch points.
Manage on-site logistics for local events: roundtables, seminars, receptions, etc.
Book venue and work with strategic sourcing on hotel contracts, etc.
Plan meeting - invitations, F&B, facilities, A/V, name tags, etc.
Manage Continuing Professional Education (CPE) process
Staff event, taking follow-up notes as necessary
Assist with execution of larger scale events:
Invitations - writing, design and distribution
List management
Working with creative services on invitations and other materials
Event design - venue, F&B, décor, etc.
On-site logistics

Part-Time Job

Physical Therapy Technician/Aide
Sports Physical Therapy of Towson, P.A.
UMBCworks ID#:9232520 (login to UMBCworks via the Jobs & Internships "Topic" in myUMBC)

Physical therapy aide(s)/technician(s) wanted for physical therapy practice. Positions require active participation in all job duties including communication with professional staff, patient contact, maintaining a safe and clean work environment, and the ability to plan and adapt to situation as they arise.

A clean, neat appearance is required as well as a professional mannerism.

Part-Time Job

Spirit Of Baltimore Harbor Cruises
UMBCworks ID#:9232435 (login to UMBCworks via the Jobs & Internships "Topic" in myUMBC)

Inspired by a commitment to excellence, servers at Entertainment Cruises create unforgettable memories for our guests. The successful server is technically competent in serving food and beverages, is hospitable and cordial to guests and coworkers, acts safely and responsibly, and is knowledgeable about the vessel and the skyline.

Part-Time Job

Rehabilitation Counselors - ISS
UMBCworks ID#:9232384 (login to UMBCworks via the Jobs & Internships "Topic" in myUMBC)

The Individual Support Services department is looking for Behavioral Aides to work in Harford, Anne Arundel, Howard, and P.G. Counties. In search of caring individuals to provide one-on-one, in-home support to children with developmental disabilities. Experience with behavioral issues related to autism or ADHD preferred. Excellent hands-on experience for Psychology and Social Work students. We provide extensive paid training along with flexible evening and weekend hours

Part-Time On-Campus Job

commonvision Office Assistant
UMBC The Commons
UMBCworks ID#:9232508 (login to UMBCworks via the Jobs & Internships "Topic" in myUMBC)

Student will work directly with the customers’ job requests and questions and assist in basic office duties, including answering phones and email and filing requests to their proper location. The office assistant will work closely with the Coordinator and Copy Center Supervisor to ensure that the production will comply with job request specifications and customers’ expectations. Good communication and people skills are a must. Training and responsibilities will include print production, file preparation, finishing equipment (cutting/binding). Some knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite, QuarkXPress, MAC and PC platforms, other design software as well as basic print production are helpful, but not necessary. Opportunity to learn other interoffice jobs, such as design and production will be available.

Students must have and maintain a 2.5 GPA an have an expected availability of 10-20 hours per week.

Part-Time On-Campus Job

Summer Tutor/Counselor
UMBC Classic Upward Bound
UMBCworks ID#:9232348 (login to UMBCworks via the Jobs & Internships "Topic" in myUMBC)

We are looking for tutor/counselors for the upcoming summer component. During the summer students stay on UMBC's campus, take classes, and experience cultural activities for six weeks. Tutor/counselors help students with their studies as well as social skills

The requirements are:
-Ability to tutor in Math, Science, Foreign Language, or English
-Must have 30 or more credits
- Must have a 2.75 GPA or higher
-Must be able to live on campus for the entire 6 weeks (Room and Board is paid by the program)
-Must be able to work with teenagers
-Background in tutoring or counseling preferred but NOT required

Part-Time On-Campus Job

Sign Shop Student Assistant
UMBC Sign Shop
UMBCworks ID#:9224583 (login to UMBCworks via the Jobs & Internships "Topic" in myUMBC)

Looking for enthusiastic students to assist the shop personnel in the fabrication, installation, and maintenance of the campus signs. If you are interested in working with us, please contact Rick Mason, 410-455-2761, or by email at to set up an interview. Part-time, full-time and summer help, hours are flexible.

Part-Time On-Campus Job

The Commons Operations (Facilities)
UMBC The Commons
UMBCworks ID#:9232510 (login to UMBCworks via the Jobs & Internships "Topic" in myUMBC)

The Commons Operations student employees are generally responsible for performing setups and tear-downs for events, maintaining all storage areas, maintaining good customer relations with all users and tenants of The Commons & UC, gaining a working knowledge of A/V equipment, assisting with and giving direction during event set-ups/tear-downs and productions, continually generating ideas and strategies for improving the condition, appearance, and services of The Commons and University Center Ballroom/Lobby, assisting supervisors with various special projects, and being especially attentive to safety and security of The Commons and it's patrons.

Students must have and maintain a 2.5 GPA. Students will be needed for approximately 10-15 hours per week.


Career Week @ UMBC

March 2nd-6th 2009

UMBC's second annual Career Week offers an opportunity for current students to “get connected to the rest of the world” and “explore their professional options” through presentations, workshops and one-on-one mentoring with alumni and employers.

In today's economic climate, now more than ever, it is important for UMBC students to begin exploring their career options as early as freshman and sophomore years. However, what may not be as obvious is the relationship between academic major and career options. Career Week is designed to bridge the gap. Each event has the potential to speak to the needs of any student, no matter the student's status in the career development process – from undecided major to graduating senior.

Check out the types of events lined up for this year and create your own Career Week schedule! Attend as many or as few events that make sense for where you are in planning your career path.

Types of events to Attend

Career Conversations
Check out these 50-minute workshops focused on various career topics presented by experts from the field and campus community.

Alumni Panel Discussions
Hear UMBC alumni talk about their stories of personal success and the not so linear career paths that they have taken.

Mock Interviews
Work one-on-one with an employer or alumna/us to discuss your most valuable marketing tool – your interviewing skills. Sessions will last 20 minutes. Registration is advised. Walk-ins are welcome.

Spring Career Fair
Attend the last major career fair of the academic year, with employers looking to hire at all levels, part-time to intern to entry level to experienced.

Majors Fair
For the undeclared, undecided or transitioning majors, visit the Ballroom Lounge and talk to representatives from the various academic departments that coincide with the careers and employers represented at the Spring Career Fair.

Art Symposium
This 2-hour event, including a panel discussion and portfolio reviews, is organized for students majoring in or considering the arts

Networking Events and Skill-building Seminars
From business networking and etiquette, to financial literacy, these interactive sessions are designed to enhance your strengths in various areas. Registration is required for each of these evening events.

Details and a complete schedule of the week's events are available at

NACE Student Survey

You could win $500 cash, just by sharing your views on the job-search process. Participate in the 2009 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, 2009, 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 dentifying and communicating with the prize winner.

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Kennedy Krieger Institute Corporate Visibility Day

Wednesday, March 4
UC 310

Attn: PSYC, SOWK, SOCY, BIOL and EDUC students looking for full-time and part-time opportunities!

11am - 12noon: Clinical Assistant Position Overview: Clinical Research & Comprehensive Care for Individuals with Severe Problem Behavior

12noon - 1pm: Clinical Assistant Position Overview: Clinical Research & Comprehensive Care for Individuals with Severe Problem Behavior -- FREE LUNCH!

1pm - 2pm: Clinical Assistant Position Overview: Clinical Research & Comprehensive Care for Individuals with Severe Problem Behavior

2pm - 3pm: Clinical Assistant Position Overview: Clinical Research & Comprehensive Care for Individuals with Severe Problem Behavior

Don’t miss out on the employment and networking opportunities, targeted career skill information, free food, and give-aways at Kennedy Krieger’s Corporate Visibility Day! Attend any of their one-hour information sessions to learn more about their full-time and part-time positions (that include TUITION REIMBURSEMENT!)! For more information, contact the Career Services Center (x5.22116,,

Hosted by the Career Services Center.

Please RSVP via the Events tab in UMBCworks.

CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield Corporate Visibility Day

Wednesday, March 11
Commons 331

Attn: CS, IS and BTA students looking for full-time and internship* opportunities!

Various information sessions and the opportunity to discuss job opportunities and meet with UMBC alumni working for CareFirst.
Stop by anytime from 11am-2:30pm.
FREE LUNCH at 12noon!

Don’t miss out on the employment and networking opportunities, targeted career skill information, free food, and give-aways at CareFirst’s Corporate Visibility Day! Attend at any point during the day to learn more about their full-time and internship* positions. For more information, contact the Career Services Center (x5.22116,,

Hosted by the Career Services Center. * Additional information on internships is available through The Shriver Center.

Please RSVP via the Events tab in UMBCworks.

On-Campus Interviews

SPRING 2009 ON-CAMPUS INTERVIEWS - Sign-up Deadlines Approaching!

The following employers will be at UMBC to conduct on-campus interviews
with seniors and graduate students for career-related positions. Listed
below are those with application deadlines quickly approaching. For more
details and to apply, visit the "jobs" section of UMBCworks (accessible
via myUMBC under the Jobs & Internships "Topic"). In UMBCworks, search for "Interviews I Qualify For". As you'll need to have an approved resume in your UMBCworks
account to apply for on-campus interviews, be sure to upload your resume
to UMBCworks as soon as possible to allow time for feedback and approval.

Mon, 3/23/2009
Deadline to apply on UMBCworks is 3/9/2009
Northrop Grumman Electronic Systems will be on campus 3/23/2009, conducting interviews for the following positions: professional Development Program (UMBCworks position id #9232092); Software Engineering Rotational Program (UMBCworks position id #9232093)

Students in the following majors should consider applying: Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Engineering Management, Systems Engineering

Fri, 3/27/2009
Deadline to apply on UMBCworks is 3/13/2009

IBM will be on campus 3/27/2009, conducting interviews for the following positions:
Entry Level IT Specialist - Public Sector (UMBCworks position id #9232103)

Students in the following majors should consider applying: Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Engineering, Information Systems, Systems Engineering

Tue, 4/14/2009
Deadline to apply on UMBCworks is 3/31/2009

Centric Business Systems will be on campus 4/14/2009, conducting interviews for the following positions: Sales Consultant (UMBCworks position id #9232013)

Students in the following majors should consider applying: All Majors

Mon, 4/20/2009
Deadline to apply on UMBCworks is 4/6/2009

Enterprise Rent-A-Car will be on campus 4/20/2009, conducting interviews for the following positions: Management Trainee (UMBCworks position id #9232221), Management Intern (UMBCworks position id #9232222)

Students in the following majors should consider applying: Accounting, All Majors, Communications, Economics, Financial Economics.

To apply to these positions, log into UMBCworks, go to the jobs section, and do a keyword search based on the position ID number.

Upcoming Information Sessions!

The following employers will be at UMBC to talk with UMBC students about their employment opportunities. These sessions and tables offer a great chance to learn more about the employer and to network! We ask that you RSVP for each session you're planning on attending (as there is often food ordered) via the Events tab in UMBCworks (accessible via the "Jobs & Internships" topic in myUMBC). Contact the Career Services Center (, 410.455.2216, Math/Psych 204) with questions.

Information Session - Full-Time Recruitment
Wed, 3/4/2009, 5:30 to 6:30 pm
Math/Psych 210

Meet with recruiters from the U.S. Census to learn more about their career opportunities for CMSC, IS, BTA, GEOG, MATH, SOCY, POLI, ECON, FIEC, COMM, IS and STAT majors. Hosted by Career Services Center. Please RSVP via the Events tab in UMBCworks. US Census Bureau will be interviewing on campus March 5th, so submit your resume today through UMBCworks. Search for Position ID's: 9229058, 9229061, 9229056, 9229057, and 9229060

United States Census Bureau is looking to hire students in the following majors:
Business Technology Administration, Communications, Computer Science, Geography, Information Systems, Mathematics, Mathematics Applied, Policy Science, Sociology, Statistics

Wed, 3/4/2009, 6:00 to 7:00 pm
Commons 332

United States Patent and Trademark Office is looking to hire students in the following majors: Biological Science, Biology, Applied Molecular, Biology, Molecular & Cell, Chemical & Biochemical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Physics.

Information Session - Both Internship/Co-op & Full-Time Recruitment
Fri, 3/6/2009, 12:00 to 1:00 pm
Engineering - Lecture Hall 5

Join an open meeting of the Computer Science Council of Majors to learn more about the career opportunities for CS students at Northrop Grumman. Free pizza! Contact Matt Kalkbrenner (, President of the Computer Science Council of Majors, with questions.

Northrop Grumman Electronic Systems is looking to hire students in the following majors: Computer Science

Information Session - Full-Time Recruitment
Tue, 3/10/2009, 4:30 to 6:30 am
Math/Psych 210

Join returned Peace Corps Volunteer Jessica Lampron as she shares her volunteer experiences in South Africa. She will be hosting a General Information meeting on March 10, 2009. The session will include a short 15-minute video, an overview of Peace Corps, and then a question and answer session. Since 1961, more than 190,000 volunteers have served in the Peace Corps, working in such diverse fields as education, health, HIV/AIDS education and prevention, information technology, business development, the environment, and agriculture. Peace Corps volunteers must be U.S. citizens and at least 18 years of age. Peace Corps service is a 27-month commitment. Peace Corps Volunteers receive: round trip transportation overseas, a monthly living allowance, full medical/dental coverage, possible student loan deferment, 24 vacation days per year and a $6075 readjustment allowance after completion of service.

Peace Corps is looking to hire students in the following majors: All Majors

Wed, 3/11/2009, 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Commons Main Street

American Pool is looking to hire lifeguards for the 2009 pool season. We provide FREE American Red Cross training and your choice of nearby pools to work at.

American Pool Enterprises, Inc. is looking to hire students in the following majors: All Majors.

Mon, 3/23/2009, 5:00 to 7:00 pm
Commons 331

Meet with a local FBI recruiter to learn more about their full-time career and internship opportunities. Please RSVP via the Events tab in UMBCworks.

Federal Bureau of Investigation is looking to hire students in the following majors: All Majors.

Thu, 3/26/2009, 5:00 to 6:00 pm
Math/Psych 210

Meet with recruiters from Centric Business Systems to learn about their career opportunities. Centric Business Systems will be interviewing on campus on Tuesday, April 14 - so apply to their positions through UMBCworks. Search for Position I.D.: 9232013


Spring Career Fair @ UMBC

Wed, 3/4/2009, 3:00 to 5:00 pm
University Center Ballroom

Come and meet employers from a variety of industries who are eager to fill internships with current UMBC students and full-time jobs with soon-to be graduates and alumni. Bring your resume, dress professionally, and be ready to talk about your skills and dependable strengths.

List of Employers Registered to Attend (as of 2/13/2009):

Advanced Concepts Information Technology Solutions
Alliance Engineering
Bridges Consulting Inc.
Brycon Corporation
ClearEdge IT Solutions, LLC
Europ Assistance
First Investors Corporation
Food and Drug Administration
Freedom Consulting Group, LLC
General Dynamics Robotic Systems
Georgetown University Medical Center
Hughes Network Systems
Merkle, Inc.
National Security Agency
Naval Criminal Investigative Service
Northrop Grumman
Northwestern Mutual Financial Network
ross technology
Social Security Administration
Sogeti USA
The Choice Program
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
University Directories
US census Bureau
US Department of the Treasury FMS
US Peace Corps

Updates available at .

Non-Profit, Government & Policy Career Fair

Tuesday, March 3, 2009
11:30am - 2:30pm
The Glass Pavilion, Johns Hopkins University

A targeted career fair open to students and alumni seeking full-time jobs or internships at non-profits, government agencies, or policy organizations, as well as positions in the law and education fields.

See the list of participating employers at

Howard County Public School System Comprehensive Teacher Job Fair

Thursday, March 5, 2009 • 3:00-7:00 pm
Kossiakoff Center
Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory
11100 Johns Hopkins Road • Laurel, MD 20623-6099

This job fair is open to anyone seeking employment as a certified teacher, behavior specialist, occupational therapist, physical therapist, school counselor, or speech-language pathologist.

• Interview with content specialists in all certification areas.
• Meet administrators from elementary, middle and high schools.
• Learn about Howard County’s New Teacher Support Program.
• Attend a presentation on Teacher Certification in Maryland.
• Receive information on support services positions.

For an application packet and to register for the Job Fair visit us at or call the Office of Human Resources at 410.313.6693 or 1.800.850.7642

Snow date: Wednesday, March 11, 2009 at Reservoir High School 11550 Scaggsville Road • Fulton Maryland 20759

We look forward to seeing you at the fair!

Public Health Career Fair

Friday, March 6
10am – 3pm

Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health

UMBC students are invited to attend this annual event. Details and the
list of registered employers is available at .

Putting Americans Back To Work Job Fair

Wednesday March 25th
The Baltimore Convention Center

For more information call 443-543-1860 or visit

Teacher Expo

Teacher Expo
Location: Columbia, SC
Date: Monday, June 1, 2009
Time: 9:00a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Teacher Expo is your chance to meet with over 65 school districts from across South Carolina in a single one-day event. In the past 6 years more than 850 teachers have been hired at Teacher Expo including 172 last year. Be part of something special!

Online registration is free!
Teacher Expo is South Carolinas only statewide educator job fair!

For more information or to register online, visit


Jobspace: A Place for UMBC Job Seekers

Fridays during Spring Semester -- Starts February 20th
12-1pm Free Hour
Math/Psych 104

- Learn proven job search techniques and gain insider info
- Work together with other UMBC job seekers
- Get and stay motivated as you job search

Graduating students of all majors encouraged to attend each Friday. Join in at any point! Contact Career Services (, 410.455.2216, M/P 204) with questions. Check out our calendar to see what topics are being discussed each week.

Mock Interviews

March 3 and 4, 2009, 2-3 pm
University Center Ballroom Lounge

Work one-on-one with an employer or alumna/us to discuss your most valuable marketing tool – your interviewing skills. Sessions will last 20 minutes. Registration is advised. Walk-ins are welcome.

Students should review the Interviewing resources on the Career Services Center's website prior to attending one of these sessions.

Details and registration at

Business & Dining Etiquette Dinner

Tue, 3/3/2009, 5:00 to 8:00 pm
Skylight Room, The Commons

Which fork do I use? What if I spill on myself? How do I give a good handshake? Find answers to all of these questions and more while attending our annual program promoting good business manners and networking skills. This is your opportunity to learn what it takes to make a great first impression and to navigate a formal dinner with style. Carol Campbell Haislip, Director of the International School of Protocol, will be on hand to guide participants through the fine dining experience. Seating for this dinner is limited and students must preregister at . For additional details, contact the Career Services Center (, x5.2216).

Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Information Sessions

The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School has the prescription for a world in crisis.
The Johns Hopkins MBA Master’s Degrees are available in:

Real Estate
Information and Telecommunication Systems

Please join us at an information session:
Location: Columbia
Date/Time: March 14, 10:30am-Noon

Location: Washington D.C.
Date/Time: March 16, 6-7:30pm

Location: Montgomery County
Date/Time: March 16, 6-7:30pm

Location: Baltimore
Date/Time: March 19, 6-7:30pm

Register at:
For more information:, 877-88 CAREY

Yes You Can: Tips on Mastering the Job Search

$20 for an eight-hour workshop

Option 1 — Friday, 3/27 and Friday, 4/3 from 1:00-5:00 p.m. (two half-days)
Option 2 — Saturday, 4/25 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Concerned about finding a job in today’s market?
Do you know how to make connections and network with employers?
Need help with presenting yourself to employers?

Do you need answers to these questions?

How can I convince people to hire me?
What am I good at that I really enjoy?
What should I do with my life?
How can I find jobs I want?

If you need the answers to these important questions, then help is close at hand! UMBC's Career Services Center will be holding an eight hour workshop focusing on a non-traditional job search process that will open up new opportunities in this competitive economic climate.

Unlike other career assessments and workshops, you'll be able to assess your strengths and identify what you enjoy, things that you do well and events or experiences in which you take pride. Ultimately by learning more about yourself through this process, you open up new opportunities.

Through this non-traditional job search process and guided group discussions, you will:
Identify what you are good at and what you love to do, Learn to articulate your worth to an employer, Learn to make contacts whenever you may want them, Succeed in interviews Write a resume that gets attention Work with a support team to increase self-confidence Knowing what you're good at and love to do is key to getting employers to hire you. This workshop will allow you to uncover, believe in, and effectively communicate your true strengths.

To Register

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