Deloitte Federal Consulting – Meet & Greet
Tuesday, January 13th, Stop by anytime 11:30am-1:30pm
Duques Hall, 5th Floor
Get your brain back in gear for spring classes by joining us for some treats! Reconnect with Deloitte Federal practitioners to talk about life as a Federal consultant, and what to expect for the Summer Associate recruiting process – just in time for our resume deadline. No RSVP necessary – please swing by and see us!
Resume Deadline for Strategy & Operations and Human Capital Summer Associate Positions
Friday, January 16 at 11:59pm
If you are interested in a career with Deloitte, don’t miss your chance! Apply online through GWorkSB for our Summer Associate (internship) positions. Please feel free to reach out to the Campus Recruiter, Bill Haughney, with any questions at [email protected].
Duques Hall, Room 255
Small reception 6:30- 7PM
Students interested in learning more about any of the summer short-term or exchange programs which interest them are invited to attend this information session. Professors leading short-term programs will present on their programs and be available for questions. A representative from G&EE speak about programs run by our exchange partners.
Immediately following the information session from 6:30 – 7:00pm G&EE will host a small reception where past participants of some of these programs will also be available to share their experience. You can RSVP via facebook here.
The GW Career Quest program is open to GW faculty and staff members who are committed to supporting the personal, academic and professional development of students as a part of the Career Quest program experience. There are two special opportunities in which faculty and staff are invited to participate – either as a Program Experience Partner or as a Program Observer.
For more information and to apply, please review Career Quest Program Participation Opportunities for Faculty and Staff
Also, please note that the deadline for student applications has been extended to December 3, 2014. Attached please find the flyer with more information (GWCareerQuestextension-2). Students can find more information on the program and application process at Career Quest Program – New York City Spring 2015
Apply Today! Application Extended to Dec 3, 2014
Limited Spots available for GW Juniors, Seniors, and Graduate Students with 2.5 GPA
GW Career Quest will offer GW students an exclusive opportunity to gain an up-close and personal experience with leading organizations and expand their professional network. GW Career Quest will provide students with an opportunity to:
•Hone informational interviewing and networking skills with employers
•Learn an organization’s work and job and internship opportunities
•Hear about career success and pathways
•Connect with GW alumni in the NYC area
•Explore the culture and pulse of NYC
Employer Site Visits include (partial listing):
•American Red Cross
•VH-1 Save the Music
Check the website for updates.
*GW’s Center for Career Services Career Quest program is a made possible through funding from the Shenkman Career Services Fund
Come by the Graduate Lounge on the 5th floor of Duques from 3:30 to 5:30 for LinkedIn Office Hours with Joel Renner. Spruce up your profile and learn LinkedIn tricks and ideas. This is the last session for the semester so if you plan on applying to jobs over winter break or will be otherwise using LinkedIn, you will definitely want to attend these office hours.
- China: Major League Baseball and Globalization [3 credits]
- Denmark: International Summer University Program – Short Term Exchange with Copenhagen Business School [3-6 credits]*
- France: Strategic Management in the EU [3-4.5 credits]
- France: Europeans in Global Perspective- Community, Institutions, Economic Development, and the Case of Luxury Goods- Short Term Exchange with EDHEC (Nice campus) [3 credits]*
- France: The Global Manager in Europe- Short Term Exchange with ESSEC [3 credits]*
- Germany: Successful Leadership in Europe- Short Term Exchange with the European Business School [3 credits]*
- Myanmar: Myanmar: Enhancing Economic Development through Scientific, Academic, Volunteer, and Experiential Tourism [6 credits]
- United Kingdom: Business and the State: Privatization and Public-Private Partnerships [6 credits]
- United States: Walt Disney World: Innovation in Services [3 credits]
Short-term study abroad programs (STAPs) are the primary mechanism for graduate student international mobility at GWSB. These programs are taught by GW faculty or GWSB partner universities abroad and are open to graduate students in GWSB; across the University; within the Washington, DC Consortium; and to students in non-degree status. Select undergraduates may participate in these programs if they meet admission standards set by STAP faculty. These offerings are intended to provide exposure for students in any graduate program to opportunities for global learning while at GWSB.
For more information regarding these programs, go to http://business.gwu.edu/international-programs/study-abroad/short-term/. If you have any questions, email sbintl (at) gwu.edu.