By: Daniela Reeve Major: Economics and Statistics & Minor: Mathematics Expected Graduation: May 2018 Like many students, I did not know what informational interviews are or why I should do … Continue reading My First Informational Interview
by Julia Goldman | B.A. Candidate in International Affairs | ESIA ’18 In the past three years, I have traveled to the NASA Ames Research Center in California, ate a … Continue reading GW Debate: Advocacy & Professional Development
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 … Continue reading Forget About Your Degree, Graduate with a B.A. in Networking
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) … Continue reading 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 … Continue reading What Are Your Top 5?
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. … Continue reading Connecting People with Politics: My Internship at the White House
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 … Continue reading How to Leverage Study Abroad Experience to Get a Job or Internship
By: Adrienne Coulter B.S. in Chemistry Minor in Biology May 2017 (expected) When I was a freshman here at GW, I was in the School of Engineering and Applied … Continue reading Don’t Be Afraid to Seek Help
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. … Continue reading Building a Tradition: 2nd Annual GW Women in STEM Symposium
By: Victoria Rowe B.A. Human Services and Social Justice May 2017 (Expected) I always knew that I wanted to dedicate my career to something bigger than myself. As a … Continue reading My Journey to Teach For America
Rachel A. Brown Assistant Provost for University Career Services George Washington University If I had to name two “secrets to my success” – they are being present and being … Continue reading Even When You’re Brushing Your Teeth
By: Eric Smuda B.A. International Affairs and Political Science MInor in German Language and Literature December 2016 (Expected) I was raised on the belief that anything worth having must be achieved … Continue reading Senior Year Professional Reflections