The UMGC 2021 Virtual Career Fair is fast approaching. This year’s participating employers have been announced. To put your best foot forward with hiring employers, check out the job offerings below in your specific area of study – Business, Arts and Sciences, and Cyber and IT.
Download the offerings to start doing your research on which open positions may be of interest to you. Be sure to do your homework and identify specific positions you want to ask recruiters about during the Virtual Career Fair.
If you want additional information on how to prepare, be sure to register for a future Virtual Career Fair prep session. Check out the events page in CareerQuest to get started today.
Your UMGC Career Services team is here to support you. No matter what your career goals, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 240-684-2720 if we can be of further assistance to you.
Career fairs are a wonderful way to identify career opportunities, but the work does not stop once it’s over. Make the most of the connections you made at this year’s UMGC Virtual Career Fair and increase your chances of success by following the four tips below.
Whether you are a full-time student or juggling a full-time job and school, gaining the necessary experience for your chosen career field can be difficult. That’s why the upcoming 2021 Virtual Career Fair on March 12 is the perfect time to gain the experience you need. More than 50 unique employers will participate in this year’s fair, and many of them are seeking UMGC students and alumni to fill internship and career launch opportunities. Continue below for a glimpse of some of the internship and recent graduate opportunities participating employers are seeking talent for.
January is National Mentoring Month, a time dedicated to celebrating the career-boosting power of mentoring relationships—especially for students.
“At UMGC, we know that mentoring can make all the difference in someone’s career,” says UMGC Assistant Director of Career Programming Cathy Francois. “That’s why we offer our career mentor program, Community Connect, which helps students and alumni tap into the power of the UMGC community.”
In honor of National Mentoring Month, here’s what some of UMGC’s alumni career mentors have to say about their motivation for mentoring and career insights.
The resume writing process can be a daunting task but understanding what a resume is and what it needs to include can help ease some of the anxiety. Continue below for tips to create an effective resume.
In 2020, you may have had more time on your hands for reading. So did many of your fellow alumni. Here’s the top four most popular blog posts on the UMGC’s Career Services Connection blog according to readership.
Goodbye, 2020! With the year of the pandemic coming to a close and a vaccine on the horizon, we’re looking toward 2021 with optimism. In order to take advantage of the career opportunities the new year may bring, it’s important to have a clear idea of what you’d like to accomplish.
Are you underemployed at the moment? If so, you’re not alone. Thanks to the global pandemic, many who are usually gainfully employed may find themselves out of a job or working in a position outside their desired career path.
Here’s how to navigate a pandemic-related career detour and get back on track with your goals.
In ordinary times, the period between Thanksgiving and the New Year is often peppered with a string of holiday happy hours, association meetings, team celebrations and office parties. With the pandemic keeping us home more than ever, it may be tempting to take a pass on the usual merrymaking and ending the year on a more quieter note.
However, it’s essential to invest in our existing connections and continue to grow our professional network, even during these unusual times.
Federal employment offers the chance for you to enjoy a rewarding career while also providing many benefits for you and your family. However, the federal job search can be confusing if you’re unfamiliar with it. It’s important to understand the application process works for federal positions so you can increase your chances of success. Continue below for 10 steps to follow when applying for federal jobs.