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Career Services

W. Scott Amey Career Services Center

Located on the second floor of the Science and Engineering Hall, the W. Scott Amey Career Services Center provides career development events, workshops, and other services for current SEAS students and recent alumni of the School of Engineering and Applied Science.

Graduate Career Services

Whether you are a current domestic or international SEAS student or a recent graduate of SEAS, the SEAS Graduate Career Services can help.  With services ranging from career guidance and resume building to job success practices and job market information, the SEAS Graduate Career Services staff has resources to share with you.


Undergraduate Career Services

At SEAS, we place an emphasis on helping our students get their careers off on the right track. The SEAS Career Services Office helps locate internships and job opportunities for undergraduate students and can advise you on steps to building your career.  Career development assistance includes resume and cover letter development and review, job search methodology, interview preparation, and career strategy development. It also brings employers to campus, participates in career fairs, and holds resume and interview seminars and other career-related events.

Undergraduates can also find assistance from the GW Center for Career Services.   GW Career Services offers career coaching, self-assessment, online resume and cover letter development, and assistance with networking and interviewing to help students and alumni discover their talents and interests, decide on an academic major, explore industries and career options, and create an effective job search strategy.

Career Development Coaching

Sonya Merrill, STEM Industry Coach
GW Center for Career Services
Works primarily with Juniors and Seniors

SEAS Career Services Resources

Access the SEAS Career Services website to find resume, interview, and job tips, as well as a sample resume and cover letter.


Handshake replaces GWork, the university’s online career management system, and is GW's one-stop shop for managing the career development and recruitment needs of our students, alumni, and employers.

Learn more about Handshake.  

National Internships 



If you would like to recruit students for internships or jobs, post jobs, conduct on-campus interviews, or attend job fairs, please contact Chalvonna Smith, at for assistance. For a full list of services, please visit