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Career Center
1922 F. St.
(202) 994-6495
Employment Services?
Placement Services?
Other Career Services
  • Alumni Networking Connection
  • Assessments
  • Internship and job fairs
  • Mock interviews
  • Online job listings
  • Résumé critiques
  • Workshops
Advice on Finding a Job/Internship
The best way to find out about jobs and internships is through professors, other students, and the Internet. GW has its own job listings site, GWork (, where employers throughout the District and country list open positions available to students looking for jobs. The University is the largest private employer in the District and so many students work on campus in various University departments. If you're interested in a particular internship or job, such as at the State Department, working for an interest group, or interning for your local Congress representative, visit their Web sites and inquire directly about any open positions.

Student Polls

How strong is the alumni network at your school?    Based on 57 responses

  • 2% Almost non-existent. After graduation, alumni have little or no affiliation with the school.
  • 19% Somewhat weak. There are a few alumni events but no real connection with alumni.
  • 46% Somewhat strong. There are some events and you can connect with alumni if you want.
  • 33% Very strong. Alumni are involved in lots of events and do a lot of campus recruiting.

How helpful is the career center in helping students find jobs or internships?    Based on 50 responses

  • 2% Totally ineffective. They make little or no effort to help you find a job/internship.
  • 8% Somewhat ineffective. There are some resources, but you're pretty much on your own.
  • 36% Somewhat helpful. The career center offers resources but not much individual attention.
  • 54% Very helpful. They help you find jobs/internships and provide lots of tools and workshops.
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