SUMMER 2022: SEAS Career Services will operate virtually (This is temporary until additional staff is hired). Read more about GW's coronavirus response here.

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FACULTY ENGAGEMENT

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.

May Career Fairs

Still looking for a summer internship or job? You’re in luck!

There are three upcoming career fairs with companies that are looking to hire now. These fairs are open to all current GW students and alumni from 2020 and 2021. …

By Kendra Northington
Kendra Northington Senior Career Counselor
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Featured Resource: Tips for Starting a New Job

Will you be starting a new job or internship this summer? Check out these tips for how to make a good impression (and manage your nerves!) during the first few weeks.

Find more resources on our website:

resume & cover …

By Kendra Northington
Kendra Northington Senior Career Counselor
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Google Virtual Events in April & May

Black Women in the Tech Industry

April 21st @ 4:00 PM PT / 6:00 PM CT / 7:00 PM ET

Join us as we highlight the experiences, perspectives, and impact of Black Women across Google. From early-career technologists to industry leaders, in both …

By Kendra Northington
Kendra Northington Senior Career Counselor
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KACIF Summer 2021 Applications Open

GW Knowledge in Action Career Internship Fund
Call for Summer 2021 Applications

Students who will be interning in necessarily-unpaid internships at government and nonprofit organizations in Summer 2021 are encouraged to apply to the Knowledge in Action Career Internship Fund …

By Kendra Northington
Kendra Northington Senior Career Counselor
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3 Smart Ways Entry-Level Engineers Can Get an Employer’s Attention

If you’re reading this article, chances are you already made one of the best decisions of your professional life: You’re pursuing a career in engineering.

As an engineer, not only are you book-smart, but you’re also forward-thinking. After all, it’s …

By Corlis D. Murray
Corlis D. Murray
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