Crisis Averted and Mischief Managed: My Experience Running the American Government

By Bridget Smith B.A. Political Science, Minor in Geographic Information Systems (Expected 2017) Scene: The Director of the Central Intelligence Agency burst into the National Security Council without knocking.  “Mr. … Continue reading Crisis Averted and Mischief Managed: My Experience Running the American Government

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

Redefining My Career Path: The Career Management Class

By Lorena Tapias De Pombo, GW ’17 Being a student at GWU has been an incredible adventure for me because of all the opportunities and things that I have been … Continue reading Redefining My Career Path: The Career Management Class