WORKSHOPS, EMPLOYER EVENTS & CAREER FAIRS
Attend a workshop to learn the “how-to’s” of the career process. These presentations will answer many of your career questions and provide insight on how to utilize all the resources available to you. You can also meet with potential employers and connect with alumni at employer information sessions, panels, and career fairs. Sign in to Handshake to see the full schedule and RSVP.
INTERNSHIPS & JOBS
Find jobs on-campus with GW departments and offices, including federal work-study positions.
Search for jobs and internships from over 200,000 companies. Login to update your profile and get started. If you have questions or need help contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
CAREER ADVISING APPOINTMENTS
Meet with the SEAS Careers student ambassadors for in-depth assistance with your career process. These one-on-one scheduled meetings are intended for higher-level questions and strategic conversations related to the career process.
- Career Resources and Navigation – Meet with a staff member to navigate and plan your career goals, discuss internship/career resources, and any other general career-related questions.
- Behavioral Mock Interview – Prepare for an upcoming interview by practicing customized questions. Please email your resume and job description prior to the meeting.
- Resume, CV, Cover Letter Review – Receive feedback on your resume, cover letter, or CV. A great place to start if you are unsure about creating the documents. Please bring your laptop, and a printed copy, or email your document prior to the meeting.
- LinkedIn, Professional, & Personal Branding -Meet with a SEAS staff member to discuss personal and professional branding, this may include conversations about LinkedIn, building an online presence, professional communication, and networking.
- Jobscan Consultation & In-depth Document Tailoring – Meet with a SEAS staff member for an in-depth review of your resume using Jobscan. During this appointment, you will discuss how to utilize technology to tailor your resume to a job announcement and learn Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) tips.
Students may schedule 1 appointment at a time. New appointment slots will be added to the calendar on a weekly basis. Contact email@example.com if you have issues with scheduling.
GRADUATE STUDENT PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FUND
To encourage the career development of SEAS graduate students, the W. Scott Amey Career Services Center established a fund to help cover the cost of membership fees to engineering and technology organizations. Click here to learn more and apply.
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ADVISING
The International Services Offices is the first stop for international students as they enter GW and can assist with administrative challenges. Students are encouraged to connect with the ISO throughout their time as a student with any questions.
- The International Student Community Ambassadors (ISCAs) serve the entire GW international student population and organize professional workshops and social events for GW’s international community.
- ISO Advisor Appointments – Meet with your assigned ISO advisor for questions regarding CPT, OPT, and other visa-related questions.