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Career Center Services

At Georgetown University, there are career services available to graduate students based on a program of study. Explore our service offerings and digital resources available at each school as you seek to develop professionally and feel prepared to take the next step after your degree.

Career Centers for Graduate Students

Graduate School of Arts & Sciences – Graduate Career Center

The Graduate Career Center housed within the Graduate School provides career management resources to graduate students in the arts, sciences and interdisciplinary programs, and provides access to digital resources to facilitate independent career planning.

Biomedical Graduate Education – Career Strategy & Professional Development

The Office of Career Strategy & Professional Development within Biomedical Graduate Education (BGE) provides expert guidance and equips students to make the most of their opportunities through career advising sessions, workshops and online resources.

McCourt School of Public Policy – Office of Career Development & Alumni Engagement

What can you do with a degree in policy? The Career Development team at the McCourt School of Public Policy will help you position yourself to be competitive in the policy job market, whether you want to work in the public, private, nonprofit or multilateral sectors.

McDonough School of Business – Career Center

The Career Center at the McDonough School of Business (MSB) provides customized career advice by academic program, resources, connections and mentorship to help graduate students use their education for career advancement and professional growth.

Walsh School of Foreign Service – Career Center

The Career Center at the Walsh School of Foreign Service (SFS) supports students and alumni from nine graduate programs, along with graduate students from four programs in the Government Department. They also serve undergraduates at SFS.

Georgetown Law – Career & Professional Development

At Georgetown Law, there are several career and professional development teams dedicated to helping students in all programs identify and prepare for future careers in law, public interest positions, government agencies and more.