Faculty Resources

Faculty Program Requests

Thank you for your interest in requesting a special program from the Center for Career Services. We look forward to working with you to enhance the career development of GW students. Faculty can submit a request for a program for their classes using the form link below. 

Types of Programs & Workshops

Available program & workshop topics include informational, career exploration and core skills, and industry-specific.  Please review the information below for more details on each of these topic areas.

To schedule a workshop or program for your group, please submit a short request form.  Please note the following regarding program requests:

  • We ask for a minimum attendance of at least 10 participants for the program.
  • A staff member will contact you within 72 hours after the form is submitted. Please allow at least two weeks (10 business days) prior to your event date to process this request.

Request a program or workshop

Program Topic Areas

Suggested length: 15-30 minutes

Suited for: Undergraduates

This program features a description of how students can develop their personalized Career Success Plan, and provides information on the resources, services and opportunities available to students through the Center.

Suggested length: 30-75 minutes

Suited for: First-year Students and Sophomores

Examples of our Core Skills programs include:

  • Know Your Talents and Find Success with StrengthsQuest™
  • Find Your Major and Career Fit with the Strong Interest Inventory®
  • Resume Design & Development
  • Interview Strategies
  • Find your First Internship
  • Develop a LinkedIn Profile
  • How to Network
  • How to Conduct an Informational Interview

Suggested length: 30-50 minutes

Suited for: Juniors, Seniors and Graduate Students

Examples of our Industry Specific Programs include:

  • Industry-Specific Resume/CVs (e.g., consulting and finance, art and design, IT, higher education, pre-med, etc.)
  • Behavioral and Case Interview Preparation
  • Decision Making and Negotiation Skills
  • Employer and Alumni Panels/Networking Events
  • Optimize Communication in Group or Work settings using MBTI
  • Building Better Executive Teams (MBTI and Team Dynamics)
  • Building Strengths-Based Leadership and Teambuilding Skills
  • Propose your own program: Professional Skills Workshops (e.g., Working in Teams, Persuading Others, Public Speaking, Leadership, etc.)

Career Influencers Program

In Fall 2020, The Center for Career Services launched a new program called the Career Influencers Program. The Career Influencers Program equips faculty and staff to support GW undergraduate students’ career readiness and success through conversations about internships, careers, and post-GW plans. Most faculty and staff are already having these conversations with students. The goal is to help enhance these conversations by providing resources and support when navigating career-related questions.

All faculty and staff who meet with undergraduate students are welcome to participate. If interested in joining the Spring 2021 cohort to support students’ career journeys you can attend a 1-hour training session offered throughout the semester. The training will cover our resources, the career development cycle, and how we can help you support students. You'll come out of the training with a toolkit of resources and a better knowledge of where to refer students.

Spring 2021 training dates:

  • Wednesday, February 3
  • Tuesday, March 9
  • Friday, April 9
     

Signup for training dates

Please contact Nicole Kolt (Associate Director for Career Coaching) at [email protected] for questions.

Fall 2020 Career Influencers

CCAS

Lisa Benton-Short
Steven Brady
Melanie-Joy Dorn
Karen Johnson
Lori Peters
Jennifer Rosen
Alexander van der Horst

 

SEAS

Cody Dunn
Dawn Ginnetti
LaKeisha McClary
Jonathan Ragone

 

Questions about program requests?

Contact g[email protected] for more information or to discuss program details.