Chat with a USCP Recruiter via E-mail, Live. Every Wednesday from 10:00 AM until 2:00 PM EST. Email us at Talk2Us@USCP.gov. All you need is a valid email account to participate. Recruiters will be available to answer questions regarding the hiring process.
Segue Technologies Inc. will be hosting a Recruiting Open House on January 29, 2020, and we would like you to participate. This is a great opportunity for you to meet our team, find out more about our benefits, and job opportunities.
About the event:
Where: 1st floor Conference Room of the Navy League Building (HQ) 2300 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, VA 22201
When: Wednesday, January 29 from 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Activities: Appetizers, Meet-and-greet, short Segue presentation, Q&A, Segue swag
If you have questions feel free to email email@example.com
For more information about segue click here https://www.seguetech.com/
For information about our current openings click here https://www.seguetech.com/jobs/
We hope to see you there.
Segue Recruitment Team
Are you interested in learning about a career as a financial consultant? Join Orlando Houston, Regional Vice President, and Richard Benonis, Executive Vice President, for breakfast and learn what it takes to work in the finance industry. This seminar is open to juniors, seniors, graduate students, and professionals who are interested in a career change.
The John and Linda Coker Lecture.
Steven Watts’ JFK and the Masculine Mystique: Sex and Power on the New Frontier argues that John F. Kennedy may best be understood as a cultural rather than a political figure. A widespread crisis of manhood in the 1950s pictured American males as falling victim to the drudgery of bureaucracy and the softness of consumerism. The fighting man of World War II had given way to the timid, domesticated suburban father and husband in the Age of Eisenhower. Then the youthful, vigorous JFK burst on the public scene as the picture of male physical fitness and glamour. His ethic of “tough-mindedness,” energy, and “cool” promised to regenerate American public life as he swept into the presidency.
JFK’s masculine mystique was heightened by his association with virile icons such as Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack, Norman Mailer, Hugh Hefner, General Maxwell Taylor, the Green Berets, and the Mercury 7 astronauts. But the New Frontier’s vigorous masculinity was nowhere better reflected than in a British writer, Ian Fleming, who became friends with the young president, and his creation, James Bond, a fictional secret agent who starred in some of Kennedy’s favorite books
This Career Coaching Session will be held on Monday, February 3 from 12-1:30 pm in Woodard 223. The topic will be searching for jobs and internships, so students should bring a laptop to take full advantage of this opportunity. The workshop will teach students the different kinds of job search engines, how to locate jobs and internships, and effectively using job search engines.
You are invited to attend a campus-wide Major Fair in the University Center’s Chandler Ballroom. Faculty and representatives from UMW’s academic departments and programs will be present to answer questions, discuss potential majors, and if you are ready, provide next steps for major declaration. Please bring your student ID with you for check-in.
Please contact the Academic Services office at 540-654-1010 with any questions.
We look forward to seeing you at the Major Fair!
Stop by our table for on the go Career coaching!
– 5 minute resume/cover letter review
– Register for upcoming fairs and events
– Make an appointment
– Ask a staff member questions about available services!
– Explore your career options!
The Community Bank of the Chesapeake Lecture.
One of the most widely discussed and controversial events of the Cold War was the downing of the American U-2 spy plane piloted by Francis Gary Powers over the Soviet Union on May 1, 1960. The event was recently depicted in the Steven Spielberg movie Bridge of Spies. Powers was captured by the KGB, subjected to a televised show trial, and imprisoned, all of which created an international incident. Soviet authorities eventually released him in exchange for captured Soviet spy Rudolf Abel. On his return to the United States, Powers was exonerated of any wrongdoing while imprisoned in Russia, yet a cloud of controversy lingered until his untimely death in 1977.
His son, Francis Gary Powers Jr., has written a new account of his father’s life based on personal files that have never been previously available. Delving into old audio tapes, the transcript of his father’s debriefing by the CIA, other recently declassified documents about the U-2 program, and interviews with his contemporaries, Powers sets the record straight. The result is a fascinating piece of Cold War history which will be the focus of this lecture — one proving that Francis Gary Powers acted honorably through a trying ordeal in service to his country.
So you want to be a CPA in a Big Four firm? If the answer to this question is ‘yes’, then be sure to attend this workshop on Wednesday, February 12 from 11 am – 12:30 pm in Woodard 133. This meeting will be hosted by Professor Dave Covington, a former Deloitte CPA, who will guide students on what it takes to become an employee with a Big Four firm.