GW Debate: Advocacy & Professional Development
Internships / Networking / Professional Development / Student Success

GW Debate: Advocacy & Professional Development

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 casual dinner with a four-star French general, and wandered around the French equivalent of the White House. None of this would have been possible without … Continue reading

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