Friday, October 12th, 10:00 - 11:30 AM


8400 University Drive, Fairfax, VA 22030 George Mason University
Dewberry Hall Johnson Center Lower Level

Seminar - Career Advancement, Development and Evolution

 Kevin Chisholm
(703) 346-2292

The Association of Energy Engineers-National Capital Chapter Annual Job Fair and Career Seminar will be held on October 12, 2018 at George Mason University. This event will be an excellent opportunity for both experienced engineers and engineering students to contact leading companies in the energy efficiency industry. In addition, a panel of employment experts from the energy management field will present at a seminar focused on career advancement and job searching.

so-good at other things. Pathfinders specializes in using cutting-edge career aptitude testing and career direction technologies to help you design, choose, change and launch a career that is custom-built on your natural strengths.
Katherine Metres Akbar
Katherine Metres Akbar is the president of her company, Your Edge for Success YES LLC, the DC metro area’s top-rated career success company on Yelp, Google, Angie’s List, and the Better Business Bureau. Ms. Akbar holds a Master of International Affairs from Columbia University, served as a U.S. diplomat, and has won three awards for her writing. On average/median, her clients interview with 5 organizations, are contacted by 11 recruiters, and receive an offer in 6 weeks making 9% more income.

October 12th: Career Fair 2018

John Lord

(571) 265-5210

Anthony A. Spadafore, author, speaker and expert in natural talents and career design, started Pathfinders in 1991 to help people figure out what they’re really good at and make smart career choices, and has 25 years of experience as a natural talents expert for thousands of the highly educated people from all over the world. He works in-person with clients in the Washington DC metro area in Northern VA.

Anthony is one of the co-pioneers who developed the ground-breaking career design approach and is recognized as one of the leading experts on the emerging science of natural talent diversity—that we all have a different talent set or pattern of innate abilities and personality traits that give us a predisposition or potential to be “naturals” at some things and moderate to not-

Catered Lunch (included) and Seminar

Job Fair (Booths Open)


11:00am to 12:00noon

​12:00 noon to 2:00pm

For More Info

For more information, please contact one of the following Co-Chairs for this event: 

undergraduate and master's degrees. Tim has over a decade of experience in business strategy and process improvement. He has worked for several top-tier international consulting firms and has been involved in the hirfeg of many new team members. He volunteers as a mentor to many recent grads and moonlights as a serial entrepreneur.


Sponsored By
Panel Moderator
Tony Lim & Tim Lo

Born in Seoul, Korea, and immigrating to the US in 7th grade, Tony has overcome financial, language, and cultural challenges to complete his undergraduate studies at George Mason University and master's degree at the Johns Hopkins University. Tony successfully launched his career with a Big Four accounting firm and he has been a leader in the financial services industry for almost a decade before starting YNJ. He spends much of his free time volunteering as a career coach with non-profits helping low-income families.

​Tim is from Fishkill, New York, went to school at Carnegie Mellon in Pittsburgh for both his

Anthony Spadafore
In 2015 & 2016, Andrew Alexander was a speaker at AEE/NCC career fairs. His enthusiastic and motivational style has been very popular with attendees. This year, Mr. Alexander is back to moderate our panel and add his insights to the Q&A portion of the day. Mr. Alexander has a long and successful record of working with clients and candidates on recruiting, retention and compensation and other general management challenges to help build high-performing teams.