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Mar
05

Federal Fridays

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Virtual (Link in SpiderConnect)
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Federal Fridays is a series of virtual chats that allow students to learn from Spider alumni and friends of the University who work in a variety of careers related to non-profit, government, and education. These virtual chats are conducted in a group setting and provide you the opportunity to hear about interesting career paths, ask specific questions about the industry, and develop meaningful connections that can help you move forward in your own career. Students of all majors and class years with an interest in serving the common good through non-profit, government, and/or education careers are encouraged to attend.

Speaker: Christine Godinez, '14, Professional Staff Member at the House Committee on Homeland Security

Christine is a professional staff member for the U.S. House Homeland Security Committee, where she focuses on transportation and maritime security issues facing our nation. Prior to this role, she was a Legislative Assistant for Rep. Dina Titus from Las Vegas working on a variety of domestic policy issues. She also has worked as a Policy Associate and Staff Assistant on the House Education and Labor Committee. She started her career on Capitol Hill as an intern for Rep. Ben Ray Lujan of New Mexico.

Christine is passionate about increasing diversity in the federal workforce. She is president of the Congressional Hispanic Staff Association (CHSA), a 300+ member congressional staff organization dedicated to recruiting, retaining, and advancing Latino and Hispanic staffers on Capitol Hill.


This event is open to current students.