Join us for an interactive Webinar on how to Navigate the recruitment process at Booz Allen, with an overview of how the firm supports the community of professionals with disabilities in particular.
Attendees will learn about exciting career opportunities at Booz Allen and major efforts to recruit diverse candidates including people with disabilities. Specific job opportunities will be announced for immediate recruitment. Register Now!
DATE: Thursday, March 10
TIME: 4:00—5:00 P.M (Central Time)
REGISTRATION: Register Now!
Space is limited. Registration is required.
This webinar is co-sponsored by Project Starfish and AbilityLinks as part of workforce development and diversity employment initiatives.
Benefits to attendees:
Attendees will be able to learn about diversity strategy, current job listings and interact directly with Booz Allen recruiters supporting diversity and inclusion efforts. The webinar will be recorded and archived. Attendees are requested to send their resume and the jobs they want to apply for at : BAH@pstarfish.org . Attendees will be able to chat live during the webinar followed by a Q/A session. Register Now!
Who should attend:
Professionals with disabilities, Professionals of color and LGBT Professionals with a strong background and experience in the field of STEM ( Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) are strongly advised to attend. Register Now!
About Booz Allen Hamilton Inc:
Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. is an American management consulting firm headquartered in Tysons Corner, Virginia, in Greater Washington DC, with 80 other offices throughout the United States. Its core business is the provision of management, technology and security services, to civilian government agencies, as a security and defense contractor to defense and intelligence agencies, and to civil and commercial entities.
Their scope of services includes strategic planning, human capital and learning, communications, operational improvement, information technology work, systems engineering, organizational change efforts, computer modeling and simulation, program management, assurance and resilience, and economic business analysis.