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Career Development and Employment Resources
Spring 2015 Career & Internship Fair: Wednesday, February 11, 2015
This fair provides opportunities for
students and alumni to meet with organizations from a variety of
industries that ma be recruiting for full-time, part-time, and
internship positions, and/or getting their brand out to the attention of
GW students and alumni.
Log into GWork to RSVP and learn more about registered employers
Virtual Career Fair for College Students, Graduates, and Young Professionals
February 25, 2015 12:00 pm-4:00 pm
Are you looking for an internship? Your first job? A career change?
Interact with employers from across the country looking for top talent!
Employers from: Information Technology, Defense/Aerospace, Engineering, Hospitality, Accounting & Finance, Education, and Business Management
Any questions? Contact our Graduate Intern
At DSS we believe not only in providing reasonable accommodations to ensure the academic potential of our students at GW, but also in preparing them for life beyond GW. DSS, along with the GW Career Center, has created a graduate internship position to help serve the career development needs of our students. The Graduate Intern keeps DSS students informed about career development opportunities specifically designed for individuals with disabilities and can provide help with job searches, cover letter and résumé development, and professional identity development.
Following the model set forth
by Career Opportunities for Students with Disabilities (COSD), the Graduate
Intern works as a liaison between the DSS office and the GW Career Center. The COSD Career Gateway is the only privately-funded nationwide job posting and college student résumé
database focused on college students with disabilities.) DSS and the Career Center also collaborate each year to bring students registered with DSS a great opportunity for summer and potentially permanent employment through the U.S. Department of Labor, which has selected GW as a site for the Workforce Recruitment Program (WRP).
In these web pages, maintained by the Graduate Intern, DSS students can find information on career consulting, employment and internship opportunities, and various resources to assist them in their job search. No matter a student's year in school, they can make career development an active and exciting process.
Schedule an appointment with our graduate intern to work towards your professional goals
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