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Learn about opportunities at Electric Boat Corporation and have your resume critiqued by professional engineers!

Tompkins Hall
Dean’s Conference Room, Lobby Level

Wednesday, February 26, 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Thursday, February 27, 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM
Friday, February 28, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

In addition, visit Electric Boat’s booth at the upcoming GW Career Fair on Thursday, February 27, 1-5 pm at the Marvin Center Ballrooms.

Established in 1899, Electric Boat has established standards of excellence in the design, construction and lifecycle support of submarines for the U.S. Navy.

**Please note that all SEAS students are welcome to attend the Information/Resume Review Sessions, but General Dynamics/Electric Boat can hire U.S. citizens only.




PEPCO Info Session During E-Week (This Friday)

PEPCO, a local power and energy company, is anxious for GW’s engineering students to explore employment opportunities within its organization. In particular, PEPCO seeks engineering students in the fields of civil, mechanical, and electrical engineering.  Students with minors in sustainability should also plan to attend. To that end, PEPCO managers are hosting a luncheon at their offices this Friday, February 21, from 11:30 am  until 2 pm. This is a wonderful opportunity for our students to meet with, and to speak with, PEPCO’s hiring managers. This site visit also aligns well with Engineers Week!

Diversity Dialogue Conference – – Friday, January 24, 2014

2014 Diversity Dialogue Conference: Collaboration, Innovation and Leadership
A conference for the future by the future

Friday, January 24, 2014
Rafik B. Hariri Building, Georgetown McDonough School of Business 

Georgetown Aspiring Minority Business Leaders and Entrepreneurs (GAMBLE) and the McDonough School of Business Undergraduate Program Office invite students from all over the DMV area to join us for the inaugural Diversity Dialogue Conference.  This groundbreaking conference will feature distinguished keynotes who will inspire the next generation of corporate leaders to change the landscape and conversation about diversity and inclusion.

Conference Features:

  • Diversity Career Fair with representatives from Diversity Inc.’s Top 50 Employers
  • Networking lunch with corporate recruiters
  • Chief Diversity Officer Panel focused on best diversity and inclusion practices
  • Nearly 200 students from American, Catholic, Georgetown, George Mason, George Washington, and Howard Universities, and the University of Maryland Baltimore County and College Park campuses

The registration fee includes: continental breakfast, lunch, exclusive access to the career fair, and placement in the conference resume book.

For questions about the Diversity Dialogue Conference, please contact msbundergrad@georgetown.edu.

Early Bird Registration: DMV Students (non-Georgetown students) till January 10, 2014 is $15

The registration fee Includes conference materials, breakfast and lunch, career fair and inclusion in resume book for recruiters. Please bring your university ID to the registration desk to receive your tickets and conference materials. Registration will increase to $20 once the early bird rate expires.

GWU Career Center Hires New Consultant for STEM Students

Meet Dr. Merrill

Dr. Sonya Butler Merrill currently serves as a Senior Industry Consultant in The George Washington University Career Center specializing in services to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) students. She is an accomplished businesswoman, certified career coach, trainer/facilitator, mentor, business consultant, organizational strategist, and academician with numerous years of industry sector experience. During her expansive career as a corporate officer and managerial professional, she has distinguished herself as a leader of large, high-performing teams and successful organizations. Dr. Merrill earned a Ph.D. in Business Administration from Temple University’s Fox School of Business with emphasis on business strategy, organizational design and development, and health services administration. Her Masters level education includes topics in civil engineering and in the management of information systems.

Beginning in July 2013, Dr. Merrill will be available to meet individually with Third and Fourth year SEAS students to assist them with internship and post-graduation job searches, including assistance with resume and cover letter writing, building a professional network, and creating and executing an internship/job search strategy. Students can make an appointment with her through GWork (click here).

In addition, the GW Career Center provides services for First and Second year SEAS students. We encourage students to visit our website to learn more about our services and/or to schedule an individual appointment (click here). The GW Career Center is located in Colonial Crossroads on the fifth floor of the Marvin Center. The Center’s hours are 9:00am to 5:30pm, Monday through Friday, with drop-in consulting hours from 1:00 to 4:00pm each day.

Quick! Sign up for this!

Lots of awesome companies will be there and best of all there will be a booth taking LinkedIn pictures! So, get all dressed up and check out this guide to the event, and start that job search out the right way!

My Engineering Job fair conversations usually go like this


So maybe my resume isn’t THAT impressive, but I think a good time was had by all and I know I found some internships I didn’t know existed before. Make sure you come to the next one!