Collaborate with Cawley
We at Cawley are excited to connect with student groups, academic departments, faculty, and anyone who would like to work with us to provide support to Georgetown University undergraduate students.
For general inquiries, please submit your request using our collaboration request form. If you have a specialized request, please fill out one of the forms or contact the appropriate team member below.
Do you have questions about a specific profession or want to put on a program that addresses a particular industry?
- Submit your request on our collaboration request form and indicate which industry or profession you’d like us to address.
Writing an article or story and looking for comments or quotes from Cawley?
- Contact Susan Campbell, Director of the Cawley Career Education Center at email@example.com.
Working with students in the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences or Postdocs?
- Contact Annie Rao, Director, Graduate Career Services at Annie.Rao@georgetown.edu.
Request a Career Services Workshop for Your Students or Department
Whether you are faculty, staff or a student groups leader, we invite you to request any of the following career workshops for your students. We are also delighted to work with departments to develop customized workshops based on your needs, and we welcome suggestions for other programming and employer development.
Introduction to the Career Center: Provides an overview of the programs, services, and resources the career center has to offer.
Major and Career Exploration (How and where do I start?): This workshop provides participants with the foundations of career exploration. Students will walk away with a better sense of the importance of story, skills and strategy in your career development.
Job/Internship Search Basics: Provides an overview of the necessary steps when navigating the job or internship cycle and helps students develop a plan for their search.
Cover Letter Workshop: This workshop will highlight what it takes to develop an effective cover letter, including tips to ensure students are connecting their experiences to the requirements of job descriptions. The workshop does not include one-on-one advising.
Salary Negotiation: Participants learn effective techniques for salary negotiation. This workshop is suggested for undergraduate juniors and seniors.
Telling Your Story and Personal Branding: This session helps participants create their narrative in order for them to make the best first impression at career fairs, in interviews, and throughout their job or internship search.
Interview Preparation: This workshop provides students with key strategies and preparation for interviews in order to best position their previous experiences to employers.
Networking: Participants will learn strategies for establishing and building their network within a field of interest. This workshop will address research methods to uncover more contacts and successful approaches to reaching out to individuals within and outside of their network.
Resume Workshop: A resume is often the first document an employer sees, so it’s imperative that it makes a positive impression. This workshop provides information on writing effective resumes; it does not include one-on-one advising.
Understanding and Challenging Professionalism: In this workshop we discuss and critique the historical context for career culture. Participants will also learn effective strategies for navigating career culture and ways in which to create a more inclusive career culture as they move forward in their career journeys.
Request a program or workshop using our collaboration request form.
If you have any questions about or issues submitting your request, please contact Julia Shi (firstname.lastname@example.org).