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The Secret to Finding a Literary Agent: Novels & Short Fiction

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Online webinar
Thursday, February 3, 2011, 12:30 – 1:30pm

The approach can be different for nonfiction and fiction projects. Join us as Carole Sargent, Director of Georgetown University’s Office of Scholarly and Literary Publications continues Part 2 of the Book Publishing Series. She will discuss what it takes to move your idea from concept to signed contract, what literary agents look for in a fiction proposal or a potential author and why should you get an agent before you write your next piece.

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Fifth Annual Careers for the Common Good

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The McDonough School of Business, Rafik B. Hariri Building – Fisher Colloquium
Tuesday, February 15, 2011, 6:30 – 8:30pm

Come speak with students interested in careers for the common good! Sectors include government, nonprofit, education, health, environment, international development and more.

Share your expertise, career advice, and industry knowledge with current students. We are looking for alumni from diverse career backgrounds to share their knowledge with students in this networking/reception style event. This event is not intended to be a job placement or recruiting session, but is another way to support Georgetown students and help continue the tradition of creating conscientious leaders.

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Can’t attend? Share this announcement with a fellow alum in these fields.

Hors d’oeuvres and beverages will be provided.

Sponsored By: Georgetown University Alumni Association, the Georgetown Club of Metro DC, Center for Social Justice, Career Education Center, College Dean’s Office, the MSB Undergraduate Program Office, GUSA and the Women’s Center

Please send your brief career bio to be included in programming documents to

Contact Emily White
Assistant Director, Alumni Career Services

DC Event Type: Networking

Successful Negotiating for Successful Women

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Online webinar
Tuesday, February 15, 2011, 12:30 – 1:30pm

Negotiating with success is important for all aspects of life. Successful negotiating can get you the right salary, promotion or business deal. It is also vital in buying and selling a house or working on a local community group. Women have been historically treated differently in negotiations and understanding these differences will help you best reach your goals. This class explores the differences in negotiating style and perceptions for women. It also highlights key tactics and skills for successful negotiations.

We will discuss: how to work with and around the traits usually attributed to women, how to prepare for an agreement to ensure that you are in control of any negotiation, and how to recognize and avoid the most common pitfalls in negotiations

Anne Jones is the Founder and President of Piton Inc, an organization that provides career support to individuals and workforce counselors around the country. She has been a strong supporter of Georgetown University and has served as Assistant Dean and Director of MBA Career Management and was Director of Alumni for the McDonough School of Business.

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Career Development – Regional: Educational

Earn that Promotion!

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Online webinar
Tuesday, February 15, 2011, 12:30 – 1:30pm

The tried and true best way to earn the promotion you’re been working toward is to gain the support of everyone, i.e. to earn it in the eyes of your co-workers, your peers and those who report to you, really everyone who works with you, in addition to your company’s most senior executives, who may ultimately make the actual decision. In this webinar, John Keyser (C’59), a Business Leadership Coach, will share his best practices on how to become a high achiever and work your way up the corporate ladder. We will also discuss the principles to follow so senior management and colleague will realize that you have what it takes to continue to be promoted in your career.

John Keyser currently works with executives who recognize the need and have a passion for striving for continuous improvement, their own and their company’s. He also writes Ideas & Advice on each week, intending for these papers to be helpful in achieving success in business. In his coaching practice, he works with executives from CEOs to up-and-comers, helping them become even better at what they do and in their leadership of others—becoming their best selves!

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Women’s Leadership in the Workplace

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The Cornell Club, New York, New York
Tuesday, February 15, 2011, 7:30 – 9am

A Breakfast Discussion
Tuesday, February 15, 2011
7:30 – 9 a.m.

Carolyn Buck Luce (I’74)
Global Pharmaceutical Sector Leader, Ernst & Young LLP

Judy Donahue (F’78)
Vice President, Fixed Income, Currencies and Commodities, Goldman Sachs Group Inc.

Ann Sarnoff (B’83)
Chief Operating Officer, BBC Worldwide America

Moderated by:
Doreen Amorosa (B’79)
Associate Dean & Managing Director, MBA Career Center, Former Vice President, Global Recruitment & Workforce Planning, American Express

The Cornell Club
6 East 44th Street, New York, NY

Register Now. Space is Limited

Co-Sponsored by: The Georgetown University Alumni Association, Alumni Career Services, The Wall Street Alliance, The Georgetown Club of New York, The MBA Career Center

Career Development – DC: Panel Discussion
Career Development – Regional: Panel Discussion