Chalvonna Smith Teachey

Director

Chalvonna Smith Teachey

Chalvonna Smith Teachey is responsible for the overall strategic direction of SEAS Career Services. She believes that the most effective career services infuse professional development with the student experience. Chalvonna strives to create collaborative talent pipelines by connecting students to corporate, non-profit, government, and academic professional opportunities through hands-on employer engagement. Prior to her role at The George Washington University, Chalvonna worked at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business in employer relations and event management.

Chalvonna graduated in 2014 with an M.S. in Management from the University of Maryland, University College, and in 2008 with a B.A. in Philosophy and a minor in Rhetoric from the University of Maryland, College Park. She is currently a doctorate student at GW’s School of Education and Human Development in Human & Organizational Learning researching the legitimation of algorithmic bias.

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Naisa: Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning: Ask the AI Experts (July 19th)

“The Benefits and Dangers”

Join our panel of esteemed experts from diverse professional backgrounds in a discussion of how Artificial Intelligence(AI) and Machine Learning is disrupting and reshaping the industry for academia, startups, and large firms in developing successful futures. …

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More Information about Handshake – Goodbye GWork


In an effort to expand upon the university’s commitment to support the diverse career and professional development needs of students and alumni, and to strengthen partnerships with employers looking to connect to GW talent, the university has transitioned to Handshake, …

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No More GWork – Welcome to Handshake!

COMING SOON: GW is moving to Handshake!

This summer, Handshake will replace GWork to become GW’s one-stop shop for managing the career development & recruitment needs of our students, alumni, & employers! Look for an email soon on how to …

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This Is the Email Smart People Send When They’re Rejected for a Job

You went through the numerous rounds of in-person interviews. You established great rapport (and—dare you say—even a friendly bond) with your potential new boss. You had reached the final stages of the hiring process and you knew it.

All that …

By The Muse
The Muse
Expert advice to answer your career questions.
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Ask a Recruiter: How Can I Figure Out a Career Path When I’ve Had So Many Jobs?

Dear Recruiter,

I’ve been job searching on and off ever since I graduated six years ago with a degree in studio art and a minor in Spanish.

I’ve had a lot of different jobs; at the moment, I’m working as …

By The Muse
The Muse
Expert advice to answer your career questions.
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The Answer to: “Should My Resume Be Submitted as a Word Doc or PDF?”

Your resume’s ready to go out there and get you the job. You’ve updated it, highlighted your transferable skills, and triple-checked for typos. Now the only question is how you submit it. Should it be a PDF or Word document?

By The Muse
The Muse
Expert advice to answer your career questions.
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W. Scott Amey Career Services Center

What: Aviation Hackathon: Using Data to Improve the Air Traveler Experience
Where: Booz Allen Innovation Center 901 15th St NW Washington DC 20005
When: May 19-20, 2017

http://bit.ly/2qki5gZ

How to Land a Job in Tech

One of the most exciting industries around, the tech industry has built its reputation on growth and innovation. This is great news for recent grads who are passionate about technology and interested in contributing to its development. To find out …

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WayUp
Sign up to WayUp to personalize your job search and apply to opportunities from Fortune 500s to startups, all in one place. Let’s get you hired! Click here
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Often students are excited about the prospect of an interview and overlook these essential tips in creating a positive recruiting experience for the employer. Learn more about what recruiters wish applicants knew about the application process here.

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Want An Unpaid Internship but Can’t Afford It? – GW Career Services Grant Opportunities

GW Knowledge in Action Career Internship Fund 
Summer 2017 Student Early Decision Applications Accepted Now Thru March 1

Students who will be interning in unpaid internships this summer are encouraged to apply for the Knowledge in Action Career Internship Fund …

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