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SHARE AN EMPLOYER LEAD

If you have details regarding a job, internship, research project or co-op opportunity and you would like to share it with students and alumni, please email us the details at SEASCareers@gwu.edu or contact us at 202.994.4205 or stop by our office in the Science & Engineering Hall, suite 2730.  We will be happy to post the position or speak with the employer.

Staff Spotlight: Meet Amber Samuels

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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 SEAS Career Services Fellow Amber Samuels
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Putting Your Picture on a Resume Could Hurt Your Chances of Getting the Job—Here’s Why

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You’re all set to refresh your resume (or write a brand new one) as you kick off your job search. As you click around the web searching for a great new resume template, you start noticing that some of them …

By Stav Ziv - The Muse
The Muse
Expert advice to answer your career questions.
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Winter Skills Series #3 – Work Better Not Harder

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For part 3 of our Winter Career Skills Series, we’re wrapping things up with videos that will show you how to Work Better Not Harder.

As classes and work assignments start to accumulate, these strategies and tips will help you …

By Kendra Northington
Kendra Northington Senior Career Counselor Kendra Northington
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Winter Skills Series #2 – Stress-Less Job Search

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The SEAS Career Center is sharing our favorite LinkedIn Learning videos with you to help restore and recharge this winter. 

This week’s series will show you how to have a Stress-Less Job Search

 

 

 

 

 

Visit go.gwu.edu/linkedinlearning

By Kendra Northington
Kendra Northington Senior Career Counselor Kendra Northington
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New Year’s Resolutions for Your Career in 2021

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I don’t know about you, but I am certainly raising a glass to 2020 being over. This past year has brought tremendous change for so many of us—including when it comes to our careers. From layoffs and furloughs to paycuts and …

By Mary Kate Sheridan - 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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