College of Education and Human Development
More than 55 Education Employers Will Be at Mason Education Career Fair on March 19
March 18, 2014
George Mason University students and alumni are invited to the Education Career Fair on Wednesday, March 19 to meet with more than 55 education employers!
Representatives will be on hand to provide hiring and internship information and to offer interviews on site.
The Education Career Fair will take place from 9 am to 11:30 am on Wednesday, March 19 in Dewberry Hall at the Johnson Center on the Fairfax campus. It is a particularly good opportunity for students from the College of Education and Human Development to explore careers and job prospects.
The following is a list of employers who will attend:
- Alexandria City Public Schools
- Alternative Paths Training School
- Arlington County Public Schools
- Bar-T Reston
- BeanTree Learning
- Bishop O'Connell High School
- CentroNia and DC Bilingual Public Charter School
- Charles County Public Schools
- City of Charlottesville (City Govt)
- City Year
- DC Public Schools
- E.L. Haynes Public Charter School
- Easter Seals Serving DC/MD/VA
- Educational Connections
- Fairfax County Public Schools
- Fauquier County Public Schools
- Flint Hill School
- Frederick County Public Schools
- Fredericksburg City Public Schools
- Harrisonburg City Public Schools
- Hill Havurah
- Howard County Public School System
- Imagine Hope Community Charter School
- Ingenuity Prep Public Charter School
- Islamic Saudi Academy
- K12 Insight
- King George County Schools
- KIPP DC
- KIPP Memphis Collegiate Schools
- Lancaster County Public Schools
- Loudoun County Public Schools
- Louisa County Public Schools
- Madame Curie School of Science & Technology
- Manassas City Public Schools
- Manassas Park City Schools
- Minnieland Academy
- Newport News Public Schools
- Paul Public Charter School
- Prince George's County Public Schools
- Prince William County Schools
More information about the employers and which positions they have available are on the Education Career Fair website.
"This is one of our biggest events of the year," says Christine Cruzvergara, director of University Career Services. "Interested students and alumni are encouraged to attend even if they are not currently looking for a job. The event offers valuable practice in talking with employers and asking about skills and qualifications."
Employers will offer attendees same-day interviews based on students' interest, demonstrated skills, personality, and perceived fit with the employer. The by-invitation interviews will be held from 12 pm to 4 pm.
Although not required, students and alumni are encouraged to register online.
George Mason University's College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) includes two schools: the Graduate School of Education, one of the largest teacher preparation and education schools in Virginia, and the School of Recreation, Health, and Tourism. CEHD offers a comprehensive range of degrees, certificates, courses, and licensure programs on campus, online, and on site. The college is distinguished by faculty who encourage new ways of thinking and pioneering research supported by more than $75 million in funding over the past five years.
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- College of Education and Human Development: cehd.gmu.edu
- Graduate School of Education: gse.gmu.edu
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