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Resume and Cover Letter Handouts
Job and Internship Search Resources
- Handshake: Connect with George Mason University's job/internship search and networking platform.
- Work in Northern Virginia: Connect with hundreds of employers in Northern Virginia region who are actively hiring. Search for jobs and internships.
- InterviewStream: InterviewStream is an online interviewing preparation service that helps you rehearse answers to common questions, check your hardware for virtual interviews, and develop your elevator pitch.
- JobScan: JobScan helps applicants hone their resumes, cover letters, and even LinkedIn profiles using key words and concepts from real job posts to successfully navigate Applicant Tacking Systems (ATS).
- HigherEd: Connecting students to global opportunities. Identify domestic and international job/internship opportunities with EFMD (European Foundation for Management Development) corporate partners.
- CareerShift: Search multiple career sites and job boards at once. Use your Mason email address to create a free account.
- Occupational Outlook Handbook: Obtain information about hundreds of different occupations and skills required.
- Passport Career: Identify international job/internship opportunities in up to 150 countries. Select "Register Now!" in the upper right corner of the home page, and enter Registration Key: gmuniver
- Forage: Discover free 5-15 hour virtual work experiences curated by top employers.
- Accounting Resources
- Business Analytics Resources
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- Financial Planning and Wealth Management Resources
- Government Contracting Resources
- Management Information Systems Resources
- Management, Consulting, and HR Resources
- Marketing Resources
- Operations and Supply Chain Management Resources
- Real Estate Development Resources
MasonMentors is a powerful online tool that helps School of Business students connect with a diverse network of mentors across many different career fields. You can access the MasonMentors program here, review the information and click “Join our Community.”