Career Services

  • March 14, 2023

    At a Computing Career Reception following the university-wide career fair, juniors and seniors in Computer Science and Information Sciences and Technology networked with tech industry representatives from companies such as Appian, Brillient, and Verisign.

  • December 7, 2022

    Mason senior communications major Jalen Stubbs participated in a "Future U" podcast at the Chronicle Ideas Festival. The podcast, with two students from other universities, focused on student experiences in higher education.

  • October 3, 2022

    DOIL’s inaugural Trailblazers Awards ceremony concluded the second annual BLAST Off Week, hosted by the College of Engineering and Computing’s Office of Diversity, Outreach, and Inclusive Learning (CEC DOIL). Events featured resources available to CEC students.

  • October 21, 2016

    In a 2016 Internship & Co-op Survey that collected responses from almost 300 organizations and across 20 industries, the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) found that “employers begin recruiting interns eight months before their start date; for co-ops [cooperative education programs], this window is six months.” It is never too early to start thinking about applying for these opportunities for next summer.

  • October 21, 2020

    Networking — the dreaded topic Career Services loves to tout as uber–important – cannot possibly continue in these socially distanced times, can it?  Yes.  Networking is alive and well.  And, similar to social events, K-12 education, and even political debates, to be safe and effective, a bit of change is required.

  • November 1, 2021

    For her hard work, dedication, and generosity, Dorothy Hayden, an industry advisor in University Career Services, is November Employee of the Month.

  • October 7, 2021

    With one-third of the federal workforce eligible for retirement, now is an opportune time for college students to consider pursuing internships and careers in the federal government, Kiran Ahuja, the director of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM), said Monday in a visit to George Mason University.