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MIT Lincoln Laboratory Information Session

Flyer of MIT Lincoln Laboratory Information Session Every year, the FIU's SCIS host Employer Information Sessions on campus, often in conjunction with Career and Talent Development or with participation in Career Fairs. What They Are During these sessions, employers make presentations on topics that include the organization's career opportunities, culture, and products or services. Usually, you will have an opportunity to speak with the representatives in small groups or one-on-one before or after the presentation. Professional or "business casual" dress is appropriate unless otherwise indicated and have your resume ready. Who Should Attend The vast majority of Employer Information Sessions are open to all interested students and are a great way for you to learn what it might be like to work for a specific employer or in a given industry. These sessions offer a rare opportunity to talk with recent grads who are working in your field of interest, get answers to your questions, and learn more about how to become a stronger candidate. In some cases, employers require that you attend these sessions if you have a scheduled interview with them. The post MIT Lincoln Laboratory Information Session appeared first on School of Computing and Information Sciences.

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DHS Introductory Site Visit

CAESCIR’s DHS Program Officer, Stephanie Willett, and DHS Program Assistant Rahmney Flowers visited FIU on March 29th. CAESCIR Faculty presented their research, DHS staff toured FIU SCIS’s facilties, and CAESCIR’s first student cohort were introduced.

CAESCIR Site Visit. Pictures (from left to right) are CAESCIR PI Jason Liu, DHS Program Assistant Rahmney Flowers, Liting Hu, DHS Program Officer Stephanie Willett, Ning Xie, Leonardo Bobadilla, CAESCIR Participant Christopher Clement, CAESCIR Participant Alexander Monaco, Alex Afanasyev, CAESCIR Participant Samira Had, and Mark Finlayson.


During their visit to FIU, DHS Program Officer Stephanie Willett and DHS Program Assistant Rahmney Flowers received a demonstration of an I-CAVE application used to train first responders.