Amber Samuels

SEAS Career Services Fellow

Amber Samuels

Amber Samuels is the Graduate Career Services Fellow at GW’s School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS). She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Randolph-Macon College and a Master of Science degree in Counseling & Human Development from Radford University. She is currently a student at GWU’s Graduate School of Education and Human Development and is working toward a Ph.D. in Counseling. Amber is interested in both clinical practice and higher education and would ultimately like to teach and practice counseling.

Prior to her role at The George Washington University, Amber worked as a Resident Assistant and Orientation Leader at Randolph-Macon College. She also worked as a Professor of Record at Radford University and taught 3 sections of an undergraduate career decision course, COED 260: Seminar in Career Development. In addition, she enjoyed working directly with students as a Career Counselor at Radford University’s Career Center. Amber currently participates in various associations including the American Counseling Association (ACA), the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES), the Association for Adult Development and Aging (AADA), and Counselors for Social Justice (CSJ).

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Global Careers for Persons with Disabilities (10/14)

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This event is the first of a series of online recruitment events dedicated to persons with disabilities who hold a bachelor’s degree and at least 3 years experience.

 

By Amber Samuels
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GW Votes: Make Your Voice a Part of the Political Process

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School of Engineering and Applied Science, make your voice a part of the political process by creating a plan to vote while at GW. GW has one of the most politically active student bodies in the nation. GW Votes is …
By Amber Samuels
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Student Success Story: Panagiotis Rammos

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At the W. Scott Amey Career Center, it’s our mission to empower students to be major contributors to their local and global community. We aim to do this by providing access to holistic personal and professional development. Today, meet Panagiotis …

By Amber Samuels
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BME/Biological Sciences Virtual Job Search Group

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The BME/Biological Sciences Virtual Job Search Group is open and accepting registrations. Spaces are limited due to high demand. The Group begins on Monday, October 19, 2020, from 2:30 to 3:30 pm and continues at the same time for four consecutive weekly …

By Amber Samuels
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Resume Drop Opportunity: STEM + Health Career Connection Fair Employers

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As a follow up to the fair, there were a handful of employers who registered to take part in a resume drop. Here is a link  that should filter the resume drop postings in one place. Please find a list of …
By Amber Samuels
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Need Career Help? Schedule a Virtual Appointment!

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Need Career Help? Schedule a Virtual Appointment!

SEAS students can schedule virtual appointments with a career coach. Log in to your Handshake profile to schedule an appointment. You can reach our staff at seascareers@gwu.edu. And don’t forget that all of our …

By Amber Samuels
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Everyday English is Back!

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Everyday English is back, and it’s online!

The Language Center is offering virtual small group sessions. These are one-on-one with
an EE coach, or 2 students with one coach. Each small group session is 20
minutes long. Sign up …

By Amber Samuels
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6 Job Search Tips for New Grads and Anyone Else Starting Their Careers During the Coronavirus Pandemic

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Graduating from college or otherwise applying for your first professional job is stressful in any circumstance. But it feels especially daunting when the economy, the job market, and the world in general seem to be turned upside down.

As the …

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Expert advice to answer your career questions
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Career Resources for Students with Disabilities

Disability Resources

The job search process can pose unique challenges for people with visible and/or “invisible” disabilities. Use the resources in this guide to find jobs, tips on disclosure and accommodation, and information for employers.

By Amber Samuels
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The Idealist Careers Guide to Presenting Yourself on Paper | Resumes and Cover Letters

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Before you can land a job, you’ve got to get an interview. And to do that, you (almost) always will have to demonstrate your value and experience along with a hint of your personality in your cover letter and resume.

By Alexis Perrotta - Idealist Careers
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Idealist Careers | Helping you land, love, and grow in your social-impact career. And visit Idealist.org explore thousands of great jobs and social-impact organizations near you.
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