Dream Job Interview? How to Make Sure You’re Prepared

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

Opportunities with Teach for America

By Juman Kekhia B.A. in International Affairs and Dance, Minor in Sociocultural Anthropology May 2016 When I look back and think about why I initially applied to Teach For America (TFA), a flurry … Continue reading Opportunities with Teach for America

5 Takeaways from GW Career Quest

By Avra Bossov, MA Candidate in Media & Strategic Communication (2016) “The mission of an organization can’t be changed, but the traditions can.” As these words percolated the air of … Continue reading 5 Takeaways from GW Career Quest

GW is the Epitome of Opportunity, But it’s What You do With it That Matters

By Zach Kahn, BA in Organizational Sciences 2016 As a second-semester senior, with graduation just weeks away, I’ve been taking some time to reflect on my entire collegiate experience. I … Continue reading GW is the Epitome of Opportunity, But it’s What You do With it That Matters

Plan Ahead, Plan Ahead, Plan Ahead – But Don’t Rely on It!

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!

My Five-Month Journey: From a Junior Without Passion to a Confident and Employed Senior

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

My Career Success: Working and Learning at GW

By Lauryn King, International Affairs and Sociology, GWU 2015 As senior year progresses, students are constantly asked one difficult and pressing question: What are your plans after graduation? For some, … Continue reading My Career Success: Working and Learning at GW

My Journey to Grad School: Confessions of a Nonprofit Drop Out

By Mallory Levy, BA in Psychology May 2013, MA in Education and Human Development May 2017 If you had asked me six years ago, as a freshman at GW, if … Continue reading My Journey to Grad School: Confessions of a Nonprofit Drop Out

Post-Grad Success: A Conversation

By Ava Taylor, B.A. ’13, Communication and Carson Zarin, B.A. ’13, Sociology Carsen: It became clear very early on in my conversation with Ava that we define success quite differently.  My mind immediately began … Continue reading Post-Grad Success: A Conversation