Connect with GW Students
The support of GW's global network of alumni enhances the student experience from their first day at Colonial Inauguration through graduation on the National Mall.
How can alumni assist GW students?
Through service and leadership, alumni strengthen the student experience and instill pride in being a Colonial.
The GW Alumni Association offers and supports programs to help welcome students to campus, foster mentor relationships, and to provide experiential-learning opportunities preparing students for their careers.
Alumni and Parent Admissions Program
Interview prospective undergraduate students and attend college fairs at local high schools to promote our great University.
Host and attend regional events to welcome new students and their families into the GW community.
Networking and Career Development
The Career Advisor Network
Share insights to current students seeking career assistance through this GW-only, online directory of alumni advisors.
Student & Alumni Speed Networking Nights
Improve students' networking skills by teaching them how to “sell” their skills to potential employers.
Dinner with Alumni
Host a dinner in the D.C. area for a small group of undergraduate students. Through the dinners, students make great alumni connections within a collegial and relaxed setting.
GW Guide to Personal Success
Assist freshmen students with personal, professional, and experiential needs during their first year on campus.
How Do I Become A…
Discuss career experiences through this popular lecture series designed to highlight professions available to students.
Through alumni involvement, students better understand the critical role alumni have in the success of GW.
I want to get involved!
We are always in demand for alumni volunteers. This list is a sample of what is available to students and how you can help. Let us know how you want to connect with GW students. We have available both local and regional opportunities. Contact Molly Kastendieck, associate director of student-alumni programs, at 202-994-5878, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Entering the workforce, you really need some basic knowledge and ability to embrace business models. I had the good fortune of going to GW and picked up those skills. I want others to achieve the same skill set that I have."
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