Career Services for Undergraduates in CCAS

Undergraduate

 

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At GW, we believe that each student is unique and everyone’s journey to their future career is different. Our goal is to help Columbian College of Arts and Sciences (CCAS) undergraduate students develop an individualized plan that puts knowledge into action, builds skills for internships and jobs and prepares them for a lifetime of productive and engaged citizenship.

Our career coaches help students create a personalized plan for success that starts with self-knowledge to connect passions to a purpose. Through networking and career events, students have hundreds of opportunities to connect with employers and alumni to build their personal network, bring their “dream job” closer to reality and make a successful classroom-to-career transition.


Using CCAS Career Services

 


Internships

 

Being in the heart of Washington, D.C., means you have the unique opportunity to become a practitioner of the engaged liberal arts. Through internships at nonprofits, on Capitol Hill or in media, you can gain work experience while discovering how coursework connects to real-world issues.

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 Internships for Academic Credit 

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Danielle Cohen

Danielle Cohen

BA '17, Political Communication 
Intern at White House Office of Digital Strategy

"From drafting and formatting digital content to working on independent projects to creating analytic reports, I honed many skills that will help me in future internships or jobs."