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Careers in Community Organizing: Info session on Dec 6

Careers in Community Organizing The Direct Action & Research Training (DART) Center will hold an online information session on Thursday, December 6 at 6 pm eastern to discuss careers in community organizing with GWU students and alumni interested in uniting congregations and working for social, economic and racial justice. RSVP at  www.thedartcenter.org/GWU DART hires and trains organizers to build organizations that […]

Join GWU’s New Philosophy Club

The Philosophy Club is returning to GW and we want YOU to join us for discussions and events! The club meets every Monday at 8:00 PM in the Philosophy Department Seminar Room on the 5th floor of Rome Hall to discuss an article or relevant show or really anything that sparks your interest. If you […]

Attend bTech (Business of Technology Conference)

Interested in a career in tech? Unsure if a liberal arts or non-technical degree can take you there? bTech is a conference designed by non-tech majors for those who want to pursue a career in the tech industry. Hear about government relations at Spotify and Snapchat, marketing at Samsung, about how GW alum started their […]

2018 Ready, Set, Grow! Career Conference

Ready, Set, Grow! is a major career conference featuring eight panels, each focusing on the fields of Finance, Accounting, Marketing, Consulting, Data Analytics, Sports, Events & Hospitality Management, International Economics & Development, and Law & Public Policy. This award-winning and the fully student-run conference had 200+ recruiters, professionals, and students in attendance last year and […]

Brookings American Congress and Government Spring Internship

Hi all, Brookings is hiring spring interns for the Governance Studies program. The position would be great for any UHP students who have an interest in Congress or domestic policy issues. The application closes this Friday (10/19) however it only involves the submission of a resume, cover letter, and unofficial transcript. Anyone interested can find more information about the […]

The Student Research Forum: A Home for GW Undergraduate Research

As I near the halfway mark of my final semester at GW, graduate school applications have helped me look back on my undergraduate career and understand the aspects of it that have made the deepest impressions on my intellectual and personal development. Upon this reflection, I have found that the research I conducted while in […]

You Are Welcome Here

When I stepped onto my college campus for the first time (too many years ago to publicly admit), I felt an overwhelming sense of hope and optimism. Like many of you in the UHP, I was one of “those kids” in high school—took hard classes, served in leadership roles, cultivated a near-perfect GPA (#honorskid). So […]

Apply to be an editor for the GW Undergraduate Review!

Calling all students interested in peer-reviewed research! The GW Undergraduate Review (GWUR) is looking for members to join our editing team! GWUR publishes undergraduate research in all disciplines and was founded by UHP junior Maggie Steiner. We are accepting applications for editors and are especially looking for students with a background in the humanities and social sciences. Intrigued? […]

Campaign Director

Organization: U.S. PIRG   Job Title: Fellow Description: SPEAK FOR THE PUBLIC INTEREST When decisions are being made that affect our health, our safety, or our rights as consumers and citizens, U.S. PIRG speaks up on behalf of the public. Whether it’s a decision about how to address the misuse of our life-saving antibiotics in agriculture, or […]

Bates White Economic Consulting opportunities

Dear students, My name is Shane DeStefano, and I graduated from GW in May 2015 with a BS in Economics and Statistics. I am writing to let you know about opportunities at Bates White Economic Consulting. Bates White is an economic consulting firm located in Washington, DC that specializes in solving complex economic problems. We […]