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Dinner with SEAS Alum Alex Weller

dinner with alumni

Network with the GW alumni community through the Dinner with Alumni program.  While the alumni hosts who volunteer their time and experience represent a range of industries and interests, there are several upcoming dinners that undergraduates in the School of Engineering & Applied Science might find particularly interesting:

Wednesday, March 19 | 7pm
Dinner with Alex Weller
SEAS BS ’12
Consulting, Engineering, IT, Software Development
Recent graduate with experience in engineering, architecture, and planning currently working for Appian, an enterprise software development firm.

This is your opportunity to share a meal with GW alumni and fellow students!  Our alumni hosts represent a range of industries and interests, including law, finance, consulting, information technology, medicine, engineering, event planning, journalism, and more! Sign up to meet members from our alumni community, discuss career interests, gain professional advice, and share the GW experience.

Dinners will be held during October and November, and spots are limited—RSVP TODAY before the application closes! Check back frequently, as new dinners will be added throughout the fall.

Gain from their experience.  Benefit from their influence.

Dinner with SEAS Alum Rudy Alvarez

dinner with alumni

Network with the GW alumni community through the Dinner with Alumni program.  While the alumni hosts who volunteer their time and experience represent a range of industries and interests, there are several upcoming dinners that undergraduates in the School of Engineering & Applied Science might find particularly interesting:

Tuesday, March 4 | 7pm
Dinner with Rudy Alvarez
SEAS BA ’04
Computer Science, Engineering, Government, IT
Mr. Alvarez works for the federal government, creating user-friendly, accessible websites for the Federal Reserve.

This is your opportunity to share a meal with GW alumni and fellow students!  Our alumni hosts represent a range of industries and interests, including law, finance, consulting, information technology, medicine, engineering, event planning, journalism, and more! Sign up to meet members from our alumni community, discuss career interests, gain professional advice, and share the GW experience.

Dinners will be held during October and November, and spots are limited—RSVP TODAY before the application closes! Check back frequently, as new dinners will be added throughout the fall.

Gain from their experience.  Benefit from their influence.

NASA DEVELOP Summer Internships

The NASA DEVELOP National Program is an Applied Science program that brings together students, recent graduates, and early/transitioning career professionals to conduct Earth Science research. Participants work in teams to tackle environmental and policy issues through interdisciplinary research that bridges NASA Earth observations and society. The program consists of three 10 week terms in the Spring, Summer, and Fall, during which teams complete professional, practical projects. These projects utilize NASA’s array of Earth observing satellites and Remote Sensing/GIS software to create decision support tools for on-the-ground decision makers. Project research is conducted in Ecological Forecasting, Oceans, Agriculture, Water Resources, Health and Air Quality, Disasters, Energy, Climate, and Weather.

DEVELOP is currently looking for participants to assist with Earth Science research projects over Summer 2014 for a 10 week paid internship, working 30-35 hours a week. The online application will accept applications until February 28th. Applicants can contact Emily Voelker, Communictions YP and Assistant Center Lead DEVELOP National Program at Goddard Space Flight Center with questions at Emily.R.Voelker@nasa.gov.

Requirements: U.S. Citizens.* 3.0 GPA minimum. Over 18. Undergraduate, Graduate Students, Recent Graduates, and Early/Transitioning Career Professionals*.

Those with skills in GIS, Remote Sensing, Geography, Earth Science, Computer Science, Computer Programming, Hydrology, Ecology, Environmental Science, and/or Civil Engineering are encouraged to apply.

*Non-US citizens are able to apply to a select number of non-NASA DEVELOP centers. Visit http://develop.larc.nasa.gov/apply.html for more information, and for details on qualifications for “Recent Graduates” and “Early/Transitioning Career Professionals.”

http://develop.larc.nasa.gov/

RSVP TODAY!!!!

Friday, December 6, 2013
11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters on the campus of St. Elizabeth’s Hospital
2701 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. S.E., Washington, D.C.
 
The event will include a panel discussion and question and answer period with Department of Homeland Security (DHS) cybersecurity experts from the Transportation Security Administration, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the United States Secret Service, and the United States Coast Guard (USCG), who will speak about DHS’ role in cybersecurity and cyber careers at DHS.  After the discussion, students will receive an exclusive tour of the USCG National Command Center (NCC).
 
AGENDA
11:00 a.m.           Students Processed Through Security
11:30 a.m.           Panel Discussion with DHS Cybersecurity Experts
12:30 p.m.           Tours of National Command Center & Student Meet and Greet
1:00 p.m.             Adjourn
Call 202.422.6769 or email ccarte@cambridgeglobal.com to RSVP.
Because the event takes place in a secure facility, RSVPs must be received by
Monday 11/25/13 for security processing.