New Positions in GWork for Public Health

New full-time, part-time and summer internship positions are being posted in GWork for Public Health! Apply today!

Spotlight Position: Graduate Admissions Counselor, GWSPH- GWork Job ID# 843511

The Graduate Admissions Counselor  will assist the Assistant Director of Admissions and Recruitment in the day-to-day functionality of the recruitment of new students. This includes but is not limited to the planning and facilitating admissions counseling sessions, coordinating event planning, and providing support for outreach and communication with prospective students, applicants, and admitted students. This position will also support the office of admissions in its various administrative needs.

Congratulations Class of 2016! Enter to win a GW Diploma Frame!

Congratulations, graduates! The Offices of Career Services and Alumni Engagement applaud you on a job well done. In celebration of the Class of 2016, all graduating students who complete the GWSPH New Graduates survey in GWork for Public Health by 5/22/16 will be entered to win one of three GW diploma frames!  Before you go, tell us about your plans for the future and how you’d like to stay involved with GWSPH!

* Don’t forget to join the GW Public Health Network on LinkedIn, and remember that alumni have access to GWork for Public Health and Career Services support in perpetuity! 

Join Us! Site Visit: IQ Solutions

Interested in Public Health Consulting? IQ Solutions will be hosting current GWSPH graduate students for a presentation and reception to learn more about the professional options within public health. RSVP required, as space is limited.

Wednesday, April 20 | 12:30 – 2:30 pm
11:30 am: Meet in GWSPH 1st Floor Lobby to travel together by metro to IQ Solutions in Rockville, MD.*Metro fare is not included.

RSVP in GWork for Public Health (events/info session/site visit)

GW Knowledge in Action Career Internship Fund 

Summer 2016 Student Applications Accepted Now Thru April 1, 2016- KACIF supports GW students in pursuing high-quality, necessarily unpaid internships that foster their career exploration and enhance their academic program, while reducing the financial challenges associated with unpaid internships. 

The Early Decision Application period for Summer 2016 commenced on February 15, 2016, and closes March 1, 2016. Early Decision applications will be reviewed by the Career Services Council, Development and Philanthropy Project Team, and recipients will be notified on April 15, 2016.

  • The General Application period begins March 1, 2016, and closes April 1, 2016.  General applications will be reviewed by the Career Services Council, and recipients will be notified on May 15, 2016.
  • Initiated by the university’s Career Services  Council and funded through the generous support of alumni, parents and members of the Board of Trustees, KACIF provides grants ranging up to $3,000 to GW undergraduate, graduate and professional students pursuing internships that are necessarily unpaid.
  • The Fund is open to all current matriculating GW students in good standing from all schools.

Interested students can go to – to review more information, including eligibility requirements and application instructions. Students who have further questions may be referred to, and are encouraged to follow KACIF at @GWInternFund on Twitter.

Job Shadowing Days for GW VALOR Students – Spring 2016

The George Washington University Center for Career Services Veteran Careers Initiative is pleased to announce the Job Shadow Day series designed to connect GW VALOR students to employers. Students will be able to attend site visits and even shadow employers at their work places to find out more about the organization!

Which Employers Are Participating This Spring?
FHI 360 (formerly Family Health International): 
February 25th 9:00 am – 1 pm 

Our invited partners include Amtrak, Abt Associates, Bloomberg, and Leidos

Register Here!

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General Motors- Global Safety & Industrial Hygiene Webinar

Join us for a webinar to discuss Safety & Industrial Hygiene Internship opportunities with GM, and learn more about the role the private sector plays in industrial and occupational health!

When: February 11th, 2016 1:00-2:00pm EST

Where:  Please join using the WebEx and Call-In information below:

HOW TO JOIN: Via Webex meeting: CLICK HERE Call in: 1-866-226-3606; Access Code: 4415290#

MORE INFORMATION: Careers at for more information: Click Here



Union of Concerned Scientists- Upcoming Webinars

So…What Do You Do, Exactly? How to Talk about the Value of Your Research
Date: Tuesday, November 17 Time: 3:00-4:00 p.m. EST

As you head home for the holidays, or attend numerous holiday parties, you’re likely to get the question: “What do you do, exactly?” But what people may actually be asking when they ask this is, “How does what you do matter?” Join our webinar to learn how to navigate this question with science communication tools.

From Aristotle to South Park: The ABT Framework as a New Tool for Science Communication
Date: Tuesday, December 1  Time: 2:00-3:00 p.m. EST            

Twenty years ago, scientist-turned-filmmaker Randy Olson left his tenured professorship of marine biology for Hollywood. He had a single goal — the search for something that might improve the communication of science. He found it in a narrative template he crafted and labeled as the “And, But, Therefore” template (the ABT). In this webinar he will present the ABT and how he has expanded it into The Narrative Spectrum, present examples of it working with scientists, and talk about the universal importance of narrative structure. UCS is proud to present this webinar, along with the Society for Conservation Biology and AGU & the AGU Sharing Science program.

Learn more about the Science Network and our other webinars at:

NYC DOH Epi Scholars and Public Health Internship Programs- Information Session

Oct. 28th 12-1pm- B100(A) NYC DOH Information Session                                             Please join us as we host the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygeine to GWSPH. Learn more about the Epi Scholars and Public Health Internship programs. RSVP  in GWork for Public Health/Events/Info Sessions 

Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Webinar Series- November

NOVEMBER 5- Federal Hiring for Veterans: What You Need to Know 1-3 p.m. (EDT) Speakers: Kelly Williams, Veterans Employment Program Manager; and Marilyn James, Selective Placement Program Coordinator

Audio only Dial In: 1-888-790-2049, Participant Code: 5511610 To join via Adobe Connect:

NOVEMBER 17- Uncovering the Secrets to Finding and Applying to Jobs with the Federal Government and at HHS 1-3 p.m. (EDT)                                                                 Speakers: Kim Scarborough, Senior Recruiter; Kelly Williams, Veterans Employment Program Manager; and Marilyn James, Selective Placement Program Coordinator

Audio only Dial In: 1-888-790-2049, Participant Code: 5511610 To join via Adobe Connect: