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Forget About Your Degree, Graduate with a B.A. in Networking
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Forget About Your Degree, Graduate with a B.A. in Networking

By Holly Ratcliffe  ∣  BA International Development  ∣ ESIA ’15 Okay, maybe it’s not the greatest idea to totally forget about your degree – and I highly recommend you keep studying for those exams. With that being said, throughout my four years at GW and the (almost) two years since graduation, I have found that networking … Continue reading

What Are Your Top 5?
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What Are Your Top 5?

By Allison Coukos  ∣ BA Political Science  ∣ May 2018 (Expected) This fall GW College Republicans had the incredible opportunity to work with the GW Center for Career Services (CCS) as part of our Executive Board leadership retreat. During our retreat, members of our executive board came together, took the StrengthsQuest™ assessment*, and discussed our … Continue reading

What Are Your Top 5?
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What Are Your Top 5?

  By Allison Coukos  ∣ BA Political Science  ∣ May 2018 (Expected) This fall GW College Republicans had the incredible opportunity to work with GW Center for Career Services (CCS) as part of our Executive Board leadership retreat.  During our retreat, members of our executive board came together, took the StrengthsQuest™ assessment*, and discussed our different strengths … Continue reading

Connecting People with Politics: My Internship at the White House
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Connecting People with Politics: My Internship at the White House

By Jazmin Kay ∣ Bachelor of Arts in Political Science ∣ May 2019 (expected) From a young age, I have always been motivated by the power to create positive change. This passion for advocating for others beyond myself was always something with which I grappled. How could I turn this passion into something that I … Continue reading

How to Leverage Study Abroad Experience to Get a Job or Internship
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How to Leverage Study Abroad Experience to Get a Job or Internship

By Rachel Dimston Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs May 2017 (expected)  As you study in Gelman and drown your sorrows at Tonic, you will often overhear other students, both undergraduate and graduate, discussing their many internships and jobs. Although the tan you acquired in Barcelona and the impeccable accent you gained while studying in … Continue reading

Building a Tradition: 2nd Annual GW Women in STEM Symposium
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Building a Tradition: 2nd Annual GW Women in STEM Symposium

Eve Boyle Ph.D. Candidate in Hominid Paleobiology (Expected 2019) Following in the footsteps of the First Annual GW Women in STEM Symposium, this year’s installment was an even greater success. While last year’s symposium was a skills-building event planned by GW graduate students (like myself), faculty, and staff, this year’s symposium was spearheaded and largely … Continue reading