Career Education Center Programs and Services
Drop-ins (Monday-Friday, 1 – 3 p.m.)
The quickest way to meet with a career center staff member and ask questions that can be answered in less than 15 minutes. No need to sign up in advance, just stop by the office.
Career Counseling Appointments
Whether you are certain of your academic major and career goals, or uncertain about what to do next, a 50-minute personal career counseling session may be for you. Our career counselors will help you explore your values, interests, skills, personality, and additional influences. Several career assessments are available to help you through the self-reflection process, such as the Strong Interest Inventory and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. A career counselor will interpret your assessment results and discuss how the results help you identify career options.
We will also help you plan a job search strategy and address other concerns associated with the job search process, such as résumé writing, interviewing, and networking.
To learn more about career counseling or schedule a session, visit the Career Education Center reception desk.
Industry Advising Appointments
If you know what career field you want to pursue, make an appointment for a 30-minute Industry Advising session. Our industry advisors are available to discuss specific search strategies for full-time or internship opportunities in a wide variety of industries, including education, government, advertising, and many more. To schedule an Industry Advising appointment, come to the Career Education Center and speak to someone at the front desk.
Interested in law school or legal work? Discuss your options with our pre-law advisor, who can help you create a list of possible schools, review resumes and personal statements, and guide you through the application process.
The Career Education Center offers a series of workshops throughout the year to help you with each step of the career search process. Some of our regular workshops include:
Writing Effective Résumés and Cover Letters
Introduction to Interviewing; Behavioral Interviewing; Case Style Interviewing
Orientation to the On-Campus Interviewing Program
How to Find a Job or Internship
Identifying Your Career Interests
Networking for Beginners
Walking Down the Graduate School Path
Whether, When and How to Apply to Law School (watch online)
Career Education Center Events
The Career Education Center offers a variety of events throughout the year, such as career fairs, networking events with Georgetown alumni, industry panel discussions, and much more. View our calendar for a full schedule of events.
Career Education Center Library Resources
The Career Education Center’s library contains many informative books and guides, and a comfortable place to read them. For those beginning to explore careers, some helpful titles include Do What You Are and What Color is Your Parachute? There are also sections in the library devoted to the job search process, industries, and more.
Graduate School Information
For more information on graduate school programs, admissions tests, recommendations, transcripts, the application process and financing, see our graduate school page.
We have many online resources available to use for you to learn about careers. To learn more, visit our “Exploring Your Options” page.