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Job Opportunity for SEAS PhD Holders

Are you a soon-to-be-PhD or alum from the GW School of Engineering and Applied Science?

The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine (HJF) is hiring a few Research Scientists who have a background in Computational Biology. …

By Amber Samuels
Amber Samuels Career Services Fellow
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Virtual Summer 2021 Research Internship — Apply Now!

By Amber Samuels
Amber Samuels Career Services Fellow
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Staff Spotlight: Meet Chalvonna Teachey

Q: What is your role at the SEAS Career Services Center (i.e., W. Scott Amey Career Services Center)? 

A: I am the Director of SEAS Career Services and I primarily work with employers, helping them to connect with our talented …

By Chalvonna Smith Teachey
Chalvonna Smith Teachey Director
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What Interviewers Really Want to Hear When They Ask “What Can You Bring to the Company?”

“What can you bring to the company?” is an interview question that cuts to the core of what you’re doing in any job interview. The goal is simple: convince your interviewer that they want you to work there. And why …

By Regina Borsellino - The Muse
The Muse
Expert advice to answer your career questions.
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Staff Spolight: Meet Kendra Northington

Get to know the Career Center Staff this semester!

Q: What is your role at the SEAS Career Services Center (i.e., W. Scott Amey Career Services Center)? 

A: I am the Senior Career Counselor and I primarily work with SEAS …

By Kendra Northington
Kendra Northington Senior Career Counselor
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Staff Spotlight: Meet Amber Samuels

Get to know the Career Center Staff this semester!

Q: What is your role at the SEAS Career Services Center (i.e., W. Scott Amey Career Services Center)? 

A: At the SEAS Career Services Center, I work as the Career Services …

By Amber Samuels
Amber Samuels Career Services Fellow
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Four Methods of Combatting Imposter Syndrome

New jobs are rife with challenges—with all kinds of new vocabulary and work expectations to learn and bosses to impress, experiencing a bit of imposter syndrome is perfectly normal. For the uninitiated, imposter syndrome is a pattern of thinking where …

By Kaitlin McManus - Vault
Vault
A comprehensive resource for students and job seekers looking for career advice, job postings, company reviews from employees, and rankings of the best companies and industry employers.
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#JanuaryJumpstart

Welcome back from the W. Scott Amey Career Services Center! Whether this is your first or last semester, we are looking forward to working with you on your career plans. Be on the lookout for more resources, events, and tips …

By Kendra Northington
Kendra Northington Senior Career Counselor
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Schedule a Career Appointment by Dec. 22nd

The last day for career advising appointments is December 22nd. Schedule an appointment now in Handshake: gwu.joinhanshake.com

The SEAS Career Office will be closed for winter break from December 23rd until January 4th. Resources on our website will still be …

By Kendra Northington
Kendra Northington Senior Career Counselor
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Got Work-From-Home Burnout? Here’s What to Do

This article originally appeared on Idealist.org.

It can be hard to get anything done—let alone work or job-hunting—when you’re at home due to a pandemic, wildfires or hurricanes are raging outside, and your kids need help with remote schooling. Uncertainty …

By Lakshmi Hutchinson - Idealist Careers
Idealist Careers
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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