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From Backpack to Briefcase: Helping your Hoya Navigate the Internship & Job Search

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Published on Mar 16, 2017

Parents often ask about the career resources available to their undergraduate students and how they can be involved in their student’s career development. At Georgetown, parents play an important role in supporting their student’s quest to clarify career goals and to find internship and job opportunities. Rest assured that the Cawley Career Education Center provides a full range of services that are designed to support students representing all majors and career interests.

Join Dr. Mike Schaub, Executive Director of the Cawley Career Education Center, and Matt Kelly (C'08, MBA'17), Associate Director for Alumni Career Services to learn:
* The programs and services offered by the Cawley Career Education Center
* Examples of where our seniors find jobs and enter graduate schools after graduation
* How students can access alumni resources through Hoya Gateway

About the Presenters:

Mike Schaub is Executive Director of the Cawley Career Education Center at Georgetown University where he oversees the center’s services including career counseling and advising, employer outreach, recruiting, career fairs, and networking programs. He attended John Carroll University and received a bachelor’s degree in biology. After graduating from John Carroll, Mike served with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps in Worcester, MA and later attended The University of Akron where he received a master’s degree in psychology and a doctorate in counseling psychology.

Matt Kelly (C'08, MBA'17) is the Associate Director of Alumni Career Services  In this role, he is responsible for the management of the Hoya Gateway program, a platform that connects students and alumni for academic and career related discussions.  Matt graduated from the College with degrees in Theology and History, and began his career as a middle school teacher in Los Angeles.  He returned to Georgetown in 2012, and has worked in Alumni Relations in various capacities and has been in since current role since 2015.

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