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Career Services

W. Scott Amey Career Services Center

The W. Scott Amey Career Services Center—also referred to as the SEAS Career Services Center—provides professional development services, including career guidance, to current School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) students and recent alumni. Services include assistance with professional documents, networking and interviewing preparation, job market information, and job search success practices.

Access all of our resources and learn more on the virtual career center site.

 

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Students

The SEAS Careers Center facilitates a curriculum aimed at ensuring students are prepared to explore and pursue a range of employment options. Our team of career counselors works with students at every stage of their career journey — from applying to their first internship to negotiating a job offer.

Career Outcomes

See what types of job and educational opportunities SEAS students pursue immediately after graduation.

 


Employers & Recruiting

We collaborate with our colleagues across campus to provide rich programming and a variety of tools in support of our student and alumni community.

Post a Job or Internship

The George Washington University uses Handshake—a modern platform for college recruiting that makes it easier for employers to recruit talent by centralizing the process, allowing you to connect with and post to multiple universities from one account. Review the Handshake Employer Info page to help you build your profile or to post an opportunity.

Career Fairs and Events

We hold several career and job fairs and industry expos each academic year to provide employers with opportunities to connect with students and alumni. Be sure to review our recruiting policies and guidelines before you register to participate at an event on campus. Register for GW career fairs in Handshake.

Contact [email protected] or 202-994-8633 if you have questions about a fair on an event.

 


Contact

[email protected]
202-994-4205
Science & Engineering Hall Suite 2730