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Preparing for Early Registration? #UHPProblems

Is early registration getting you stressed? Here are a few tips from *cue old man voice* someone who’s done this once or twice in my day. 1) Plan out your classes before November 15! I know it’s tempting to just focus on all of your current classwork, but preparing for next semester really helps keep […]

TechExpo Top Secret Hiring Event

Interview for this job and discover new career opportunities at the upcoming TECHEXPO Top Secret Hiring Event and Networking Reception: Wednesday, November 13th, 2019 3:00 PM – 7:00 PM Tysons Corner Marriott 8028 Leesburg Pike Tysons Corner, VA 22182 Register: https://techexpousa.com/event/te-111319/ Secret Clearance or above is REQUIRED to attend this event We encourage you to […]

Summer Paid Internship Opportunities – Education Non-Profit

The Yleana Leadership Academy is seeking Teacher/Counselors, an Operations Intern, and Teacher/Mental Wellness Counselors for its residential summer academy. We take pride in serving rising high school seniors, the majority of whom are low-income first generation students of color from underserved urban areas. Our mission is to close the achievement gap through a three-week summer […]

Buddhism and Biology: an unlikely marriage

The following is a research story from one of our 2019 grads who went above and beyond with her Honors Thesis and presented it at a conference in North Carolina. Interested in sharing your research with the Honors community? Send an email to uhp@gwu.edu or submit a blog post here. Greenville, North Carolina isn’t a […]

Reflecting on the GW Presidential Fellowship

Tereese Smith, UHP alumna and current 2nd-year Presidential Fellow, discusses the Presidential Fellowship and how she has gotten the most from her time at GW! Hi UHPers! Similar to many students at GW and the typical “honors kids,” prior to and throughout my time at GW, I constantly searched for ways to get the most […]

UHP Community Opportunity: J Street National Conference

Hi UHP friends! I am an honors alum who graduated last year. Being in Honors was one of my highlights of college years. I now work for J Street, a pro-Israel, pro-peace, pro-diplomacy advocacy organization and non-profit and we’re having our National Conference in D.C. October 26-29th! Attending J Street’s conference is a really excellent […]

The univie: winter school for Cultural Historical Studies 2020

“The Discovery of Modernity – Vienna Around 1900” University of Vienna Vienna/Austria January 31 – February 14, 2020 The univie: winter school for Cultural-Historical Studies takes place in Vienna, the capital of the former Habsburg Monarchy (and Austria of today) where traces of the outstanding culture of the late 19th and the beginning of the […]

Real Estate & Finance Alliance Application Open to Sophomores

REFA (Real Estate and Finance Alliance) is currently accepting applications for sophomores from all schools. REFA is a program that is sponsored by GWSB, with the goal of accelerating students into prestigious Investment Banking and Real Estate internships and full-time positions. REFA has had a 100% success rate in placing member students in these exclusive […]

Capco Recruitment

Capco is looking for diverse, innovative, enthusiastic and passionate applicants to join our 2020 Associate Talent Program. Our Associates start off with a two-week program that provides extensive and engaging training to ensure new associates at Capco are prepared for consulting in financial services. From basic coding in SQL to public speaking sessions, associates are […]

DC Graduate School Fair 2019

International Grad School Fair at GW on Sept 19

The Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA) invites you to an International Affairs and Public Policy  Graduate School Fair September 19, 2019 6:00 – 8:00pm Marvin Center, George Washington University, 800 21st St NW  Register today at bit.ly/dcfair-19 and answer your questions about application requirements, curricula and joint degrees, financial aid, and career opportunities. Representatives […]