You’re Hired! Quick Tips for Finding a Job in the Consulting Field
Job Search / Student Success

You’re Hired! Quick Tips for Finding a Job in the Consulting Field

By Michelle Migdalovich | BA in International Affairs and Economics | Class of 2016 There is no word to describe the job-search process better than daunting. You will be permanently in a suit and heels, checking GWork incessantly, and your bag will be filled with a million random business cards. Get ready to wait anxiously by … Continue reading

5 Ways to Make the Most of Your Internship
Internships / Student Success

5 Ways to Make the Most of Your Internship

By Ambar Mesa | B.A. Economics | Expected May 2017 This summer I’m interning at a financial services firm in New York City, but before I really figured out what my career interests were I explored different fields from non-profit to market research. While the industries may be different, making the most of my internship … Continue reading

The Learning Never Stops
Internships / Student Success

The Learning Never Stops

My Freshman Summer Internship Experience: Part Two by Danielle Zukoff, B.A. Economics ’19 After interning for seven weeks at Vested, a Manhattan communications firm that helps financial services companies with their public relations strategies, I can wholeheartedly and confidently say that I would like to continue working in the financial sector. Throughout my time at … Continue reading

The Key to Networking & Success: 4 Steps
Networking / Student Success

The Key to Networking & Success: 4 Steps

Guillermo J. Martinez | BA Political Science and Political Communication |  Expected Graduation Date: May 2017 | @GuilleMarti Many friends and students I work with at the GW Center for Career Services have talked to me about how they are often put off by the idea of networking, usually for two reasons.  First, it’s hard; … Continue reading