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Young AFCEA Bethesda Women in Technology Leadership, March 26, 9 a.m.-12 p.m.

Join Young AFCEA Bethesda and the George Washington University for a morning panel and networking session with leading women in management and technology. This unique event will provide young professionals in the first decade of their career with an opportunity to learn from a group of accomplished women leaders. The panel discussion share lessons learned among women in the Federal technology industry, and will provide actionable guidance and practical advice to attendees to plan their own careers. Special pricing available for GW students.

Keynote Speaker:

  • Casey Coleman, Client Executive Vice President, AT&T Government Solutions

Panelists:

  • Angela Altimont – Director, Northrop Grumman
  • Daphne Zweifel – Executive Vice President, Inserso
  • Jolene Merkel – Deputy Director, Federal Aviation Administration
  • Susie Sylvester – Chief Executive Officer, Dev Technology Group
  • Vicki Schmanske – Vice President, Lockheed Martin
  • Cristina Mossi – Chief Executive Officer, Devis
  • Mika Cross – Director of Work/Life Programs and Flex Work Strategy, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
  • Camille Tuutti – Executive Editor, NextGov
  • Heidi Myers – Branch Director, US Immigration and Customs Enforcement

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MSPM: In the Know, March 10, 2015

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Young AFCEA Bethesda Women in Technology Leadership, 26 Mar
Young AFCEA Bethesda and GW are pleased to host a panel discussion and networking session focused on women in management and technology. The event is intended for young professionals in the first decade of their careers. The panel features high-level female executives from government and industry. GW students may register at a reduced rate. Learn more about the 26 Mar event online.

• Capital City Fellows and District Leadership Internship Program
The DC Department of Human Resources is hosting an information session on their Capital City Fellows Program, a mayoral initiative designed to attract recent graduates of master’s degree programs in public administration, urban planning and related fields for an 18-month fellowship in municipal management. The session is scheduled for Monday, 16 Mar, 2-5 p.m. Learn more and register online to attend.

DC’s government is also proud to announce the District Leadership Program (DLP). The DLP is an internship program designed to provide tomorrow’s leaders with knowledge, tools, and experiences in government operations. Internship requires 24 hours of work each week and is open to students eligible to work in the U.S.

How to Register on GWeb
If you ever forget how to register for classes or need to confirm your schedule for a given semester, the Office of the Registrar website provides detailed instructions on how to accomplish these tasks. They also have an online tutorial to guide you through the registration process.

Once you register for the Summer 2015 (now open) or Fall 2015 (opens 23 Mar) semesters, confirm your schedule in GWeb by following these steps:

1. Select ‘Student Records & Registration Menu,’ then ‘Registration Menu.’

2. Select ‘Student Schedule by Day & Time’ to view your schedule for any given week. Select ‘Student Detail Schedule’ to view your schedule for a given term. Select the term of interest and ‘Submit.’ Full details for your registered courses will be listed. This is a great way to confirm that you registered for the correct sections, whether they be distance/online or on campus.

Each student is provided these tools to better manage themselves and their schedules. I recommend you each learn to use the tools and take full advantage of them.

MSPM: In the Know, February 11, 2015

Summer 2015 Short-Term Study Abroad Application Deadline, 16 Feb
The deadline to apply for the summer 2015 programs has been extended to Monday, 16 Feb. GWSB is offering five faculty-led programs and six short-term exchanges. Full details are available online. You can also learn more about each program by watching the recorded info session from 28 Jan. If you have questions, contact sbintl@gwu.edu. All study abroad programs must receive MSPM advisor approval before applying.

• AFCEA Educational Foundation Scholarships
The AFCEA Educational Foundation awards multiple scholarships annually. The graduate-level scholarships are open to those currently enrolled in their second semester with at least two semester-equivalent courses per term. A current overall GPA of 3.0 or higher is required. Visit the AFCEA site for more information and to apply. Contact AFCEA directly with questions.

Spring Career & Internship Fair, 11 Feb
This fair provides opportunities for students and alumni to meet with employers from a variety of industries recruiting for full-time, part-time, and internship positions. More than 100 organizations will be on site. Log in to GWorkSB to RSVP for the fair and learn about the employers and positions available.

While in GWorkSB, review the list of upcoming workshops, employer information sessions, and on-campus recruiting events.

New Scholarship Added – AFCEA Educational Foundation Scholarships

The AFCEA (Armed Forces Communications & Electronics Association) Educational Foundation awards multiple scholarships annually.The graduate level scholarship are open to those currently enrolled in their second semester with at least two (2) semester-equivalent courses per term at an accredited U.S. college or university.  A current overall GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale is required. The scholarships have been added to the list of scholarship sources for MSPM students.

Review the AFCEA site and apply by the posted deadlines. Contact AFCEA directly with questions on the scholarships.