With foreign students facing job barriers, career center tries to improve their chances
International students across the University say they’re underprepared to find a job in a tough American market.
Why your liberal arts degree won’t leave you penniless
The classical studies major – studying a field that encompasses language, architecture, art and history – is knee-deep in what many have started to consider a dying field, or one that provides little return on investment from a college degree.
Moving out: Top cities where you can settle down with GW graduates
By far, most GW graduates stay in D.C. But if your job search leads you elsewhere, you’ll still have Colonial company.
Internship nightmares: A report from the trenches
During the government shutdown last fall, the phones in Capitol Hill offices were ringing nonstop. The unpaid intern was the first line of defense
Internships help us discover our passion
The University’s admissions brochures bragged all about internship-savvy students.
Op-Ed: A progress report from the leader of career services
A little more than a year ago, I stepped onto GW’s campus for the first time to interview for the position of assistant provost for University Career Services. With each passing interview, I became more intrigued and inspired.
Q&A: How to nail your interview, from GW’s top career official
The Hatchet reached out in an email interview to Assistant Provost and Head of Career Services Rachel Brown about common resumé mistakes, overcoming awkward interview moments and more.