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Resources

Global Career Opportunities

Passport Career

Passport Career is an exclusive online career resource for exploring opportunities around the world. Whether you are seeking a job, an internship, volunteer work, or are studying abroad, this resource provides extensive guidance, strategies, tools and support to help you make your international career move.

To access Passport Career: log in to GWork - in the Announcements section you will find instructions on how to register, including the registration key excusively for GW students and alumni, and tips to get started. School-based GWork portals: GWSB | CPS | Graduate students only: ESIAMISPHSEASTSPPPA

Career Exploration and Self-Assessment Resources

The Center for Career Services provides resources for students who wish to:

  • identify interests, skills and values related to choosing a major
  • explore career options or plan for graduate school or additional study
  • general resume and cover letter assistance

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Industry Career Resources

The Center offers industry-specific resources for students with an interest in careers in the following industries.

  • Gain information & insights into careers in these sectors
  • Schedule an appointment with the Industry Career Coach for a particular sector
  • Learn about and register for industry-related career programs and events
  • Sign up for online newsletters to stay informed of the latest industry news, events, resources, jobs & internships

Special Initiatives

International Students

Through the Center’s specialized programs and services, international students can identify their career interests and build career and employment skills to succeed in the U.S. marketplace or in their home country.

Military & Veteran Students

The Center for Career Services provides information, resources and assistance to help support the successful transition of GW's military and veteran students from GW to a new career path.

Disability Career Development Services

The Center works collaboratively with the Disability Support Services to help students begin thinking about employment during and after their time at GW.

 

 

A note about online resources:

The GW Center for Career Services website may include hyperlinks to websites maintained or controlled by others.  By linking to the third-party websites, the University is not endorsing its products, services, or security policies. Because the University does not have control over third-party websites, the University is not responsible for the accuracy, legality, security policy, or any other aspect of the content of those websites. The University is also not responsible or liable for any damage, loss, or a breach of personal information security caused by the use of any content available on or through any third-party website. All concerns, issues, or questions regarding the usability or functionality of the third party website should be directed directly to the third party website operators.