By Tamara Mizrachi Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs, Concentration in Global Public Health Minors in Sustainability, Sociocultural Anthropology May 2016 As a senior at George Washington University, quickly approaching … Continue reading Dream Job Interview? How to Make Sure You’re Prepared
By Ryan Toney, BS Biological Sciences, Minor in Public Health, GWU 2016 Since middle school, I have had 5, 10, and 20-year plans in mind. I’ve always found something so … Continue reading Plan Ahead, Plan Ahead, Plan Ahead – But Don’t Rely on It!
By Anjani Patel, BS in Public Health GWU 2016 At the end of my junior year, I watched my senior friends graduate and it dawned on me that in 365 … Continue reading My Five-Month Journey: From a Junior Without Passion to a Confident and Employed Senior
By Nicole Radivilov, B.A. ’16, International Affairs Success comes in unusual ways, and as I’m wrapping up my final year at GW (a year before I expected to), I’ve realized I … Continue reading Sometimes Success is an Unexpected Phone Call
By Mishri Someshwar, MA Human Resource Development, GWU 2012 As a hiring manager at The National Society of Collegiate Scholars (an honor society with chapters at 300+ universities, including GW), … Continue reading Five Tips from a Hiring Manager: How to Ace Your Next Interview
By Caitlin Whitter, BS in Computer Science, GWU, 2018 This past summer I interned at the United States Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) in Washington D.C. I received this internship through … Continue reading A Research Internship in Artificial Intelligence
Sadly, I don’t mean US Weekly, Star or People (unless your ambition is to become a C-list celebrity, in which case go right ahead). We’re talking about swapping magazines like … Continue reading Is reading magazines the way to finding a job?
A staple of anybody’s professional life in DC, the informational interview is a great way to expand your network and get your name and credentials out there among the city’s … Continue reading The joys of the informational interview
Cheaper, more convenient and quicker than traditional face-to-face interviews, more and more employers are turning to Skype as a way of interviewing potential candidates, according to Time magazine. Forbes adds … Continue reading The Skype interview – do’s and dont’s