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

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

Career Self-Assessments: Like Buzzfeed Quizzes but Better

By Jack Cronin, International Affairs and Arabic Studies, GWU May 2018 Hey everyone! I’m Jack and I’m a sophomore here at GW and a Career Ambassador at the Center for … Continue reading Career Self-Assessments: Like Buzzfeed Quizzes but Better

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

Accepting & Embracing My Fate as a Generalist

By Avra Bossov M.A. ’16, Media & Strategic Communication (expected) B.A. ’15, Political Communication “I want you to feel comfortable with being a generalist,” said Lonnie, my career coach. I … Continue reading Accepting & Embracing My Fate as a Generalist