The annual Maxwell DC Connections program (formerly known as Career Day) provides an opportunity for Maxwell's
graduate students to meet with area alumni and potential employers,
to learn more about employment or internship opportunities in Washington
Students will circulate between alumni, clustered in sector groups, based upon their interests. In the context of these small groups, alumni and students can talk informally about topics ranging from general career advice to targeted questions about organizations.
How to make
the most of DC Connections
Before arriving in Washington, take the time to set up informational
interviews with alums and prospective employers. Informational interviews
are a great way to learn more about a particular organization, company
or industry without the pressure of a real job interview!
For more on
informational interviews click here.
For information on organizations in the Washington, DC metro area, contact the Career
Services Office in the Maxwell School. Alums are always happy
to speak to Maxwell students!
For tips on getting around the District, click our Visit DC section.
Maxwell DC Connections, March 14, 2007 at 5:30 p.m. at The True Reformer Building
Our Keynote speaker is Angie Mizeur, who graduated with her MPA and MA/IR degrees from Maxwell. A Presidential Management Fellow finalist, she was awarded a Boren Fellowship which took her to Morocco for a year, and is currently employed by Logistics Management Institute (LMI) as a Research Fellow.
The True Reformer Building. 1200 U Street, NW, Washington, DC
Metro: U Street-Cardozo on the Green Line.
To register, please RSVP to email@example.com with your name, title, organization, and contact information. See you there!