On October 19th, 2017, University of Maryland University College’s (UMUC) Career Services team hosted more than 250 students and alumni online and in-person for a Recruiter Session featuring CSRA, Randstad, RTGX, and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. The event provided attendees information and insights surrounding the various career opportunities and work culture within each organization.
On Tuesday, August 29, 2017, UMUC Career Services welcomed several officers from the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) to the UMUC Academic Center in Largo, MD. These officers represented departments from across the Agency and were recruiting for a wide variety of positions. The day began with a presentation delivered by CIA representatives sharing a variety of tips about the application process and what it is like to work at the Agency. Following the presentation, attendees had the opportunity to engage in one-on-one networking with the recruiters.
On Monday, July 10, 2017, UMUC’s President Javier Miyares signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to create a collaborative partnership between the VA’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion and UMUC’s Career Services Office. The purpose of the MOU is to establish a robust collaborative working partnership in order to coordinate and implement outreach to UMUC’s diverse student population for employment and educational opportunities within the VA.
UMUC’s Career Services and Alumni Relations team recently hosted more than 150 attendees for a Recruiter Session featuring ICF International, Library of Congress, Broadsoft, and the Department of Energy and Environment at the UMUC Academic Center in Largo and online. Through the event, students and alumni learned more about each organization and connected directly with recruiters and program managers from various career industries including Business Administration, Cybersecurity, Information Technology, and Emergency Management.
Are you passionate about protecting the interests of the United States? Are you interested in international affairs? Are you mission focused? Answering yes to questions like these might indicate that working for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) may interest you. The mission of the CIA is to
University of Maryland University College’s Career Services and Alumni Relations team recently hosted a virtual Recruiter Session with State of Maryland, Verizon, CACI, Leidos, and the Department of Veterans Affairs. More than 150 UMUC alumni and students chatted with recruiters from these premier employers to learn more about possible career opportunities.
UMUC’s Career Services and Alumni Relations team hosted a Virtual Recruiter Session on December 13th, 2016. More than 130 UMUC alumni and students attended. The event featured employers BAE Systems, Blue Sky Innovative Solutions, and AT&T. The event was hosted online and gave students and alumni the opportunity to chat with recruiters from each organization and showcase their LinkedIn profile and/or resume.
Last night, UMUC’s Career Services team hosted its cybersecurity Recruiter Session with more than 120 attendees both in-person and online. Employers present at the event included General Dynamics Mission Systems, T. Rowe Price, Deutsche Bank, SC3 and Maryland National Air Guard. The event was hosted at the UMUC Academic Center in Largo and online. The event gave attendees information and insight into the various career opportunities and work culture within the cybersecurity departments.
On September 26, UMUC’s Career Services team hosted more than 150 attendees both in-person and online during September’s Recruiter Session that included representatives from GEICO, American Diabetes Association, Randstad and UMUC Human Resources.
In an effort to further connect students and alumni to job and career opportunities, on June 29, UMUC’s Career Services team hosted more than 450 attendees both in-person and on-line at two Recruiter Sessions (morning and afternoon) featuring the CIA at the UMUC Academic Center in Largo and online. The purpose of the event was to connect students and alumni with recruiters from the various career fields within the CIA including data science, application developer, engineering, telecommunications, information system officer, student programs and analyst. Recruiters also discussed other career opportunities and internships within the agency that included human resources, communications, and much more.