Faculty & Staff



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.

Career Q&A with the Senior Career Counselor

SEAS students and recent graduates are invited to drop-in meetings with the Senior Career Counselor to help with their summer job search and career development. Use the Zoom links below to join.

Session #1 – June 2nd, 10am – 11:30am

By Kendra Northington
Kendra Northington Senior Career Counselor
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7 Trending Skills for Post-Covid Tech Jobs

Covid-19 has had a huge impact on the career growth of workers and job seekers in the tech industry. Many have seen their salaries cut and opportunities for bonuses slashed. Some have even lost their jobs. Because of these changes, …

By Firsthand
We help applicants, students, job-seekers and professionals like you find the right career path using the power of firsthand experiences.
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How to Impress a Data Science Hiring Manager: 5 Tips from Google, Instagram, & Uber Data Scientists

Data scientists are increasingly multidisciplinary, with many knowing how to code, project manage, and dabble in machine learning engineering on top of being data wrangling experts. But which data science skills and qualities are most impressive to hiring managers?

In …

By Springboard
Bridging the world's skills gap through affordable, high-quality, online education.
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9 Jobs for Computer Science Majors—You Don’t Have to Be a Software Engineer

As companies clamor for people with programming skills, it’s no surprise that computer science has become a popular major at many universities. But coding isn’t the only skill you develop when you study CS, and a computer science degree doesn’t …

By The Muse
Expert advice to answer your career questions.
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Resource Spotlight: Diversify Tech

Diversify Tech is a collection of resources for underrepresented people in tech. Sign up for their weekly newsletter to receive information on scholarships, events, job opportunities, and more. Resources include:

Job Board
Scholarships for conferences and education

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By Kendra Northington
Kendra Northington Senior Career Counselor
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