Writing Your Federal Resume: This free virtual (online) presentation explains each section of the job opportunity announcement (JOA) in an effort to better inform applicants and to assist them in selecting the right job. The presentation highlights a three part process to assist applicants in writing their Federal resume. Attendees will be shown a real JOA and walked through reviewing the JOA to determine qualifications and interest, identifying the important requirements and then tailoring their resumes with that JOA. Lastly, it will provide a quick overview of the resume builder on USAJOBS.GOV.
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This is a virtual event that can be viewed on your computer or smartphone. You will require speakers to hear the presenter. After registering, within 10 minutes, you will receive an email with the link to the presentation.
An evening with award-winning principal Hamish Brewer whose unorthodox leadership approach helped earn Occoquan Elementary School national recognition as a Distinguished Title 1 School. Brewer, in his first year at Fred Lynn Middle School, is tasked with spearheading the same transformation he led in Occoquan. His video “The Relentless Principal” has generated more than 24 million views. The lecture is hosted by UMW’s College of Education.
WE ARE SEEKING
Entry-level and Experienced
Scientists and Engineers
Must have a bachelor’s, master’s, or PhD in one of the following disciplines:
COMPUTER SCIENCE ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS PHYSICS
WHAT TO BRING
Please bring several copies of your resume and transcripts (unofficial is acceptable).
On-site interviews will be conducted.
•Must be a U.S. Citizen
•Male applicants born after December 31, 1959 must be registered for Selective Service
•You must be able to obtain and maintain a security clearance
The Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) has been committed to advancing naval warfare technology since our establishment in 1918. Today, NSWCDD is still leading scientific and engineering efforts that help the Navy protect our nation.
Dr. Mary Bucholtz, Department of Linguistics at the University of California Santa Barbara, will present the lecture “Respeta Mi Idioma” as part of the Christina Kakavá Linguistics Speaker Series.
Youth who speak socio-politically subordinated linguistic varieties regularly face the devaluation of their language in the classroom and the wider society, despite the considerable linguistic and cultural expertise they bring to school from their families, peer groups, and local communities. This talk charts how a combined research and community partnership program in California addresses these problems by promoting sociolinguistic justice and preparing primarily low-income Latina/o high school students for college by guiding them to undertake original research and activist projects on language, identity, and power in their lives. Ultimately, the goal of this program is not to “empower” youth but to recognize their already considerable agency to challenge sociolinguistic injustice