SEAS Careers will be operating virtually during Spring 2022. In-office hours for Spring 2022 will be announced soon. For an appointment please email seascareers@gwu.edu. Read more about GW's coronavirus response here.

COVID-19 Survey for SEAS Students – We are here to support!

We recognize that COVID-19 has impacted your lives in numerous ways including your summer plan. Therefore, the School of Engineering and Applied Science has developed this survey to help us gather information about our community in the hopes to provide …

By Yiwen Chen
Yiwen Chen SEAS Career Ambassador Yiwen Chen
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Ace Your Virtual Interview With These Questions For the Recruiter

Check out the full article on Handshake: Ace Your Virtual Interview With These Questions For the Recruiter

Asking good questions can not only be beneficial for your prospects, but also for your own personal knowledge about the company. So before …

By Yiwen Chen
Yiwen Chen SEAS Career Ambassador Yiwen Chen
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Connect your passions to a purpose through the GW Center for Career Services’ self assessment workshops!

The GW Center for Career Services offer 3 self-assessments that can assist you in enhancing your personal, academic, and career development! Throughout the semester, the Center for Career Services will be offering multiple workshops! See below for more information and …

By Jared Bach
Jared Bach SEAS Career Ambassador Jared Bach
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5 Soft Skills Every Software Engineer Needs

Pop culture stereotypes depict computer programmers as non- client-facing, socially awkward office drones relegated to the basement office. However, the most successful software engineers are not only incredible problem-solvers; they’re seasoned communicators, empathizers and, yes, leaders. Like in any industry, …

By Kindra Cooper - Springboard
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Bridging the world's skills gap through affordable, high-quality, online education.
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Problem-Solving in Software Engineering: An Inside Look

Software engineering is about problem-solving first, coding second. Why? Computers need to be told exactly what to do; they can’t make assumptions like a human would when given vague instructions. Secondly, software engineers are tasked with designing features and applications …

By Kindra Cooper - Springboard
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Bridging the world's skills gap through affordable, high-quality, online education.
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