Because of the George Washington University's collaboration with the nation’s most prestigious cultural institutions — as well as internships in museums and top design firms — the Corcoran School offers opportunities like no other, inspiring students to create art and design with the potential to shape and influence the world beyond.
Whether it's an internship, work-study position, or finding a great job after graduation, the Center for Career Services at GW offers many online and in-person resources to help students plan successful career paths. Contact the Center for Career Services for personal career coaching, self-assessment, resume and portfolio building or information on navigating the GWork system.
In addition, Kari Scott, MFA (she/her) is the Industry Coach, Arts, Media, Communications, and Humanities at the Center for Career Services. She is at 202.994.2902 and [email protected] or via Handshake. She is able to help students with things like job search strategy and resume writing.