By Alessia Marsiglio | BA International Affairs ’15 Just a few weeks after the GW commencement on the National Mall, I moved to the UK and joined CEB as an … Continue reading Maximize Your First 90 Days in a New Job
By Roulla D. Nau, Master of Healthcare Administration, GW 2008 As a young healthcare management professional, my first job required working with five clinical teams to open a new hospital. … Continue reading Can You Hear me Now?
By Alex Whisnant, May 2015, BA in Psychology Dear Reader, If I can offer any words of advice for those of you currently in school, it would be to pursue your … Continue reading The Quest for the Proper Fit
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
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
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
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 Josie Hill, BA in Communication, GWU, 2015 I once called myself “the career intern.” I know. My story begins along with the 99.7 percent of the GW freshman population: … Continue reading 7 Steps to Rock Your Internship and Get That Job Offer
By Valerie Heruska, GSEHD, GWU, 2008 When I was a graduate student at GW, I was very focused on my school work and my assistantship at a local non-profit. I was … Continue reading Finding Mentors: Who’s on Your Personal Board of Directors?
By: Rachel Crawford, BA in German Language & Literature, GWU, 2015 The competition is enormous, and the entry-level positions far too few. Even unpaid internships and volunteer work require unpaid … Continue reading Your “Impossible” Field
So, you’re graduating? Congratulations! It’s a great moment – you are finally going out into the real world with skills and friendships that will last a lifetime. But – and … Continue reading Graduating from GW? You don’t have to leave GW behind…
We’ve all heard of the game Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon, right? The idea that any actor can be linked to Kevin Bacon in just six movies. It’s a fun … Continue reading Graduating? Time to tap into the GW Alumni network!