What is #yourcareersuccess?

It could be landing that coveted job. Or maybe you finally figured out your major. It might even be having an awful internship experience that shows you that you really don’t want to work in that field. Whatever your career success looks like, #yourcareersuccess blog is a space for GW students, staff, faculty, alums, and employers to share their stories, as well as career tips and industry trends.

#yourcareersuccess is moderated by the George Washington University Center for Career Services, but the content is provided by the broader GW community. Therefore, #yourcareersuccess blog posts are not necessarily reflective of the official views of the Center for Career Services.

About the GW Center for Career Services

The George Washington University Center for Career Services offers comprehensive career development, experiential education and student employment services to students, alumni and employers.The Center for Career Services offers a wide range of individualized and customized career education services, including a robust coaching program, convenient online resume and interview critique programs and a wealth of diverse events and workshops targeted to the career needs of our students, including students with disabilities, military and veteran students, international students and alumni.

Career Coaching

Identify your strengths and interests, work on professional skill development, gain assistance with job and internship searches and learn more about various industries and fields that relate to your academic major choice with our team of specialized career coaches.

Events and Workshops

Attend any of the dozens of career education and assessment workshops, industry-focused panels, interactive networking and mentoring events, career and internship fairs and expos or employer information sessions and site visits.

We also offer the opportunity for you or your organization to:

Resume and Interview Critique

The Center provides several online resources that can assist you with writing an effective resume and cover letter and help you prepare for job interviews.

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