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Aspiring Artists Convene for National Portfolio Day

Aspiring Artists Convene for National Portfolio Day

Aspiring Artists Convene for National Portfolio Day

Virtual Tour

Our new Virtual Tour allows you to navigate the university’s campuses and Washington, D.C., while learning more about the university's facilities and history.

The Virtual Tour website offers multiple ways to interact with three separate maps: the Foggy Bottom Campus, the Mount Vernon Campus and downtown D.C. A map of the Virginia Science and Technology Campus is coming soon.

The Foggy Bottom and Mount Vernon maps show renderings of every building on campus. Explore building descriptions, photographs, a list of related links, a feed of events and real-time Twitter updates. Some buildings, such as Gelman Library and the Marvin Center, also feature videos created exclusively for the virtual tour.

Users can also navigate on the maps through a list of buildings or tour topics, such as “Academics and Research,” “Student Life” and “Community Service.” The Virtual Tour has “layers” that highlight different spots on campus. The "sustainability" layer shows where bike racks, water bottle fillers and CarShare spots are located, and the "residential" layer makes it easy to see where residence halls are in relation to other campus buildings. An optional “GW Highlights” function sends users through a guided tour of 10 hot spots on campus, with a bonus stop that shows places to visit off campus.

Prepare for your visit by exploring our campuses online now!

Alumni Career Services

GW is your lifelong network - Exchange career advice with fellow Colonials, expand your professional connections, and advance in your career.

Alumni Career Services

Career Services

Welcome to GW Career Services! At the direction of President Steven Knapp and Provost Steven Lerman and with the support of the university’s Board of Trustees, GW is in the midst of a multiyear, multifaceted university-wide Career Services Enhancement Initiative.

Through the Career Services Council, with representatives across the university, we are developing career services that are fluid and flexible and integrated into the fabric of the GW experience. We are committed to providing the highest quality and level of innovative career services for all GW students. Please explore our rich resources and services—I would be delighted to receive your comments or questions and look forward to working with you!   --Rachel A. Brown, Assistant Provost for University Career Services

Employers

GWork, an online jobs board and recruiting portal, is designed to streamline your recruitment of GW students and alumni. GWork allows you to post full-time, part-time, and internship opportunities, schedule interviews and presentations, register for career fairs, and more. For additional information or assistance navigating GWork, please contact ocr@gwu.edu.

We are excited to partner with you in order to  meet your needs and connect you to our students and alumni. To appropriately reach the career center office(s) that best meet your needs, contact GW’s Managing Director of Employer Services, Staci Fowler.

 

 

Students

GW has various career services departments that are here to help you find the information and support you need.  Contact the center that serves your respective school to learn more about the specialized resources and services available to you.

Whether you are a GW student interested in securing an internship or part-time job or graduating and researching full-time employment, or an alumna or alumnus planning a career move, or someone from outside of the university looking for employment at GW, these resources provide information and assistance that will help you locate your next opportunity.

Inauguration at GW

With history being made blocks away from our campus, the George Washington University community has front row access to the 2013 Presidential Inauguration. Provided below is inauguration-related information for Inauguration Week 2013, including safety and security, #GWinaugural ChallengeGW Inaugural Ball, viewing party and community service information, as well as links to other Inauguration resources.

We also encourage you to call the GW Information Line at 202-994-5050 for updates or check GW Campus Advisories for the latest information on safety and security, overnight guest policy, transportation and parking restrictions, on-campus information and the GW Inaugural Ball.

Safety and Security

The GW Police Department (GWPD) may be reached 24 hours a day, and GWPD plans to have additional security on campus over inauguration weekend to enhance patrols of the campus and the ability to respond to incidents and calls for service.

GWPD Contact Information:

Foggy Bottom Campus: 202-994-6111 (emergency) or 202-994-6110 (non-emergency)

Mount Vernon Campus: 202-242-6111 (emergency) or 202-242-6110 (non-emergency)

Full information related to safety and security can be found on the GW Campus Advisories site, including information related to:

Safety and security tips

GWorld cards (be sure to carry your GWorld card with you at all times due to perimeter restrictions surrounding the Foggy Bottom campus)

  • Registered guest inauguration identification
  • Special inauguration overnight guest policy
  • Transportation and parking, including parking and traffic restrictions, public transportation, the Vern Express, Virginia Science and Technology Campus shuttle and 4-RIDE Escort Service scheduling information
  • On-campus dining and building access
  • Emergency information and important updates

In the event of an emergency, please refer to Campus Advisories for more information.

#GWinaugural Challenge

The George Washington University is challenging our community, including prospective and current students, alumni, faculty, staff and friends to capture and share your Inauguration Day experience on social media. Users can complete our 50 Inauguration Day tasks and add the #GWinaugural hashtag (and #GWU or #OnlyatGW when possible) to your posts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube .

More information on the #GWinaugural Challenge can be found on the GW Making History site, including:

  • Registration
  • Prizes
  • How You Win
  • 50 #GWinaugural Challenge Tasks

GW Inaugural Ball

Since 1993, the George Washington University has hosted an inaugural ball on Inauguration Day. This longstanding tradition celebrates GW's politically active campus in the heart of Washington, D.C., and is a reflection of our diverse student population coming together for an event that epitomizes the phrase, "Only at GW." This year’s Inaugural Ball will be held:

Monday, January 21
8 PM – 12 AM
Omni Shoreham Hotel
2500 Calvert Street, NW
Washington, DC 20008

Tickets to the GW Inaugural Ball are sold out. More information about the Inaugural Ball can be found on the Inaugural Ball website, including:

Inauguration Viewing Party

On January 21, the Marvin Center will be showing all the inauguration activities from monitors in Columbian Square and in the Great Hall. Viewing will begin at 10:30 a.m. and last until all festivities have concluded.

Other Events

On January 19, George Washington students, faculty and staff will take part in a national day of service in partnership with Points of Light and Target. Participants will meet on Kogan Plaza and will be provided with bus transportation to the Washington, D.C., Armory for day-long service projects. President Steven Knapp is expected to speak at the event. 

Other Inauguration Resources

Visit Campus Advisories or call the GW Information Line 202-994-5050 for continued updates.

Election 2012 at George Washington University

Election night at George Washington University is best described by our students. As one student put it on Twitter, "Being in DC on Election Day is like being a kid on Christmas! #onlyatGW." That enthusiasm is why we're regularly named the nation's most politically active school. As many of our students vote for the first time and watch the election results just blocks from the White House, we want to bring the Election Night at GW experience to our entire GW community.

That's why we'll be using this page to live stream and live-tweet the entire night. Join in the conversation on Twitter with the hashtag — #GWElectionDay