Top 3 for 11 September 2018:   

1- Interested in participating in a short-term study away program over the winter or spring breaks? Attend the Short-term Study Away Information Session on 11 September to learn more about G&EE’s Winter Break and Spring Break 2019 program offerings, hear from faculty who will be leading the programs, and meet students who have previously participated in these programs. Event details are as follows:  

Short-term Study Away Info Session
Tuesday, 11 September
6:00 – 7:00pm
Duques 151
Reception to follow


Go to the G&EE website to learn more about the exciting short-term programs running this winter break and spring break and to access the online application. Applications are due by Friday, September 21, 2018 at 11:59pm EST.


2- Career Mentoring Fellowship Opportunity with naisA. This year, naisA  is hosting another career fair event on Wednesday,  26 September from 6pm to 9pm downtown Washington DC. Event is sponsored by Fortune 500 companies such as UBS, CBRE, Cardinal Health and Wells Fargo. Career mentoring topics are below:  

·       Pursuing a Career in Media/Communications: Audrey Siek, Line Producer & Digital Reporter, CGTN

·       Developing Your Leadership Potential: David Kim, VP – Government Affairs, Hyundai Motor

·       Careers in Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence: David Nguyen, CEO, United Solutions

·       Challenges Minorities Face in the Corporate World: Husein Sharaf, President & CTO, Metrolink Networks

·       Venture Capital and Private Equity: Jeffrey Houle, Partner, DLA Piper

·       Careers in Sports and Technology: Jimmy Lynn, Co-founder & VP, Kiswe Mobile

·       My Journey as an Immigrant Entrepreneur: John Lin, President, CapStar Realty

·       Lifting Up the NextGen Women Leaders: Joy Park, VP – Outsourcing Strategy & Support, Comcast

·       Advice for Young Attorneys in Government and Private Practice: Ken Lench Esq., Partner, Kirkland & Ellis

·       Career Strategies for Women: Laura Beldin, Senior VP, US Trust

·       Pursuing a Career in NIH/NCI: Naoko Takabe, Senior Investigator, NIH/NC

·       Career in Journalism: Paul Abergo, Bureau Chief, Bloomberg BNA

·       Ins and Outs of Think Tanks: Sara Yang, Senior Policy Officer, World Bank

·       Careers in Private Banking: Stephen Park, Senior VP, UBS

·       High Tech Careers in Government (DoD & NASA): Ted Bujewski, Director, Department of Defense

·       Advice on IT Startups: Tim Hwang, CEO, FiscalNote    

·       Becoming a Successful IT Entrepreneur: Vincent Wong, CEO, mHelpDesk


For GWU MSPM students, once again, the registration fee of $50 will be waived. Please use the promo code PF100The code expires on Wednesday, 12 September at 11pm, so please sign up as soon as possible as sponsored tickets are very limited. Tickets can be claimed at our EventBrite registration site here.


3- International Project Management Workshop by College of Performance Management to be held at GW Campus from 13-15, November 2018 at the Marvin Center. The GW MSPM is supporting the College of Performance Management in its endeavor to bring the International Project Management Workshop to an excellent venue, right here at the GWU campus, in the heart of Washington, DC. IPM Workshop provides unparalleled access to the world’s experts on Earned Value Management, Agile and EVM, and a range of Project Performance Management Techniques. Students and alumni are encouraged to join the workshop for outstanding training, professional development and exploration of hot topics with practitioners and world leaders in performance management. See registration information here.