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Subject: PwC Demystifies the Interview Process

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Are you a freshman or sophomore who wants to be ready for career-related
activities in the fall? Are you spending the summer thinking about career,
how to be ready, what to do when school starts again?
Are you a junior or senior who wants an inside look at the job search,
application and interview process?
Anthony J Jablonoski, PwC | Manager, will be at the University Career Center
to help you make sense of the career preparation process.
De-mystify the interview process-- learn what recruiters know and how to ace
the interview.  What's the best way to prepare? What makes a strong
impression?
Ask Anthony everything you ever wanted to know.  We will keep questions
confidential so you can ask anything.  Take advantage of this opportunity to
plan ahead, go deep into the career prep process, and find success.
For additional information about this event:

Contact Nancy Forsythe at [log in to unmask]

RSVP   https://go.umd.edu/Demystify

Event Date: May 7, 2019
Event Start Time: 4:30 pm
Event End Time: 5:30 pm
Event Location: University Career Center
Contact Person: Nancy Forsythe
Contact Email: [log in to unmask]
Contact Phone Number: 7036783700
Website URL: https://go.umd.edu/Demystify

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