CAREER RESOURCES FOR STUDENTS
Field of Study Guides
What can students do with a GW degree? A lot! For each of the SEAS degree programs we’ve prepared a Field of Study Guide that outlines sample occupations, employers, salary information, and relevant job search resources.
Hands-on research, often in conjunction with some of the most important scientific organizations, has become a hallmark of GW’s STEM education. In fact, our students have recently engaged in internships and learning experiences in conjunction with Facebook, Google, NASA, Siemens and the Smithsonian Institution, among many others. See a list of past internships students have participated in:
At the W. Scott Amey Career Services Center we know that career development doesn’t just happen in the career center. Throughout their time at GW students are participating in research, internships, and co-curricular experiences that will shape their professional identity. We collaborate with SEAS faculty and staff in various ways to support students’ growth in and outside of the classroom.
If you are interested in partnering with us for a workshop, classroom presentation, or other career development activity, please contact us at email@example.com.
Curious to see what types of opportunities SEAS students are pursuing after graduation? Learn more about the career outcomes for SEAS students using the interactive tables provided by the GW Office of Survey & Research Analysis:
- First Destination Survey – A survey sent to recent baccalaureate degree earners to learn about their current employment and graduate school status.
- Life After GW: Graduate Student Career Outcomes – Recent graduate-level alumni are contacted to provide information about their employment outcomes.