George Mason UniversitySchool of Business

Go GovCon Hiring Initiative

Learn more about GovCon by taking part in the following events:

Schedule an Appointment: Make an appointment with one of our staff members to talk about a career in GovCon. Appointments may be conducted in person or via phone.

Participate in Online Events: Follow along during a Tweet Chat, or participate in live, online discussions about GovCon via WebEx or webinar. Follow @MasonGovCon and review the School of Business calendar for upcoming events to learn more about this exciting industry.

Join our LinkedIn Group, Patriots in Federal GovCon: Are you interested in gaining access to Mason alumni who work in the GovCon industry? If so, join our LinkedIn group where you can keep up-to-date on what’s going on in the industry.

Attend a Professional Quest Event: Are you interested in networking opportunities? Be sure to attend the upcoming Professional Quest events where you will have the opportunity to talk in an intimate setting with industry professionals, get information about employers from around the region, hone your networking skills, as well as experience a panel discussion where employers share their insights about their respective industries.

Minor in Government Contacting: Our government contracting minor provides students with a strong foundation in areas related to securing contracts, understanding the federal procurement system, marketing to the government, and supply chain management in a global economy. This minor is designed for business students who are interested in a possible career in government contracting and those who wish to better understand the industry.

MasonMentor: MasonMentors is a powerful online tool that helps School of Business students connects with a diverse network of mentors across many different career fields. You can access the MasonMentors program by clicking on the link below, review the information and click “Join our Community.”

To learn more about any of these services, contact our office at mycareer@gmu.edu or 703-993-2140.