A conference for the future by the future
Friday, January 24, 2014
Rafik B. Hariri Building, Georgetown McDonough School of Business
Georgetown Aspiring Minority Business Leaders and Entrepreneurs (GAMBLE) and the McDonough School of Business Undergraduate Program Office invite students from all over the DMV area to join us for the inaugural Diversity Dialogue Conference. This groundbreaking conference will feature distinguished keynotes who will inspire the next generation of corporate leaders to change the landscape and conversation about diversity and inclusion.
- Diversity Career Fair with representatives from Diversity Inc.’s Top 50 Employers
- Networking lunch with corporate recruiters
- Chief Diversity Officer Panel focused on best diversity and inclusion practices
- Nearly 200 students from American, Catholic, Georgetown, George Mason, George Washington, and Howard Universities, and the University of Maryland Baltimore County and College Park campuses
The registration fee includes: continental breakfast, lunch, exclusive access to the career fair, and placement in the conference resume book.
Early Bird Registration: DMV Students (non-Georgetown students) till January 10, 2014 is $15
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Summer Internship Program in Biomedical Research
The Summer Internship Program in Biomedical Research is now open until March 1! Students can participate in a wide range of campus activities, including lecture series featuring NIH principal investigators, brown bag lunches, and peer networking opportunities, all while gaining valuable federal research experience. Opportunities are available in our facilities in Hamilton, MT, and Bethesda, MD. Our summer interns assist in the study of all aspects of infectious diseases such as AIDS, malaria, and influenza, including the causative agent, vectors, and human host.
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