Molly Feser, a senior majoring in communication at George Mason University, knows she wants to work at Booz Allen Hamilton after she graduates, so she made sure to be at Mason’s Career Fair the day the information technology consulting firm would be present.
“I spoke to them about being a writing consultant, and they were really helpful and informative,” Feser said. “A representative looked at my resume right then and there and told me how my experience would be relevant for their company.”
That is just the kind of story Saskia Clay-Rooks likes to hear. The executive director of Mason’s University Career Services said the fair is an event that opens doors and provides access and networking opportunities for Mason students.