Student Opportunities

Design Lab 2014-2015 students

Because of the George Washington Unviersity’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.

Center for Career Services

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.

Jean Cushwa Internship Program at the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts

The Washington County Museum of Fine Arts offers internships to qualified college students with an interest in Art, Art History, or Museum Studies.

Tutor in Portrait Drawing

A local family is seeking a student with experience in portrait drawing to tutor their 10-year-old son. 

The World Bank Seeks a Graphic Design Content Specialist

The World Bank is seeking a graphic design content specialist to join its multimedia team. 

National Park Service Seeks Summer 2017 Interns

The National Park Service (NPS) cares for special places saved by the American people so that all may experience our heritage. 

Fund for Equality Seeks Those Interested in Creating Positive Change

Looking for a job that creates positive social change? The Fund for Equality is seeking college graduates for various positions within its organization. Apply here!

Camp Kamaji Seeks Counselors and Art Instructors

Camp Kamaji is a sleepaway, summer camp for girls ages seven through 15 years old located in Northern Minnesota. Kamaji is a safe, happy, fun-filled place for girls to come to unplug, try new activities, be silly and goofy, develop a true sense of self, be deliriously happy and make really strong friendships with campers and staff alike.