Career Development

NHS and the Career Education Center continue to partner to provide services and programming for NHS students in the areas of career development and exploration.

First, your departmental faculty advisor is an important resource to discuss career options and provide guidance about professional development.

In addition, please see below for more information on specific resources.

Career Education Center

Located in the Leavey Center, the Georgetown Career Education Center (CEC) provides career counseling and employment advising for undergraduates, graduate students, and alumni. The Career Center offers a variety of services, including assistance with forming a job search, mock interviews, and resume and cover letter writing. Walk-in appointments (15 minutes each) are available Tuesdays-Fridays 11:00 am - 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm (available on a first-come, first-served sign-in basis). Scheduled appointments can also be made at the front desk. Please visit the Georgetown Career Education Center for more information.

NHS contact: Beverly Raimondo or (202) 687-7121

NHS Career Fair

Sponsored by the NHS Academic Council, the annual NHS Career Fair attracts health care recruiters from organizations nationwide to recruit undergraduate and graduate students for a variety of jobs and internships.  For more information, click here.

Hoya Career Connection

This online job and internship database is maintained exclusively for Georgetown students and alumni. HCC includes over 4,000 listings and postings are searchable by type, industry and location. Please visit the Hoya Career Connection.

AfterCollege

NHS has partnered with AfterCollege, an online job resource tool for nursing internship and job opportunities nationwide, to provide listings for NHS nursing students. Please visit AfterCollege.

ExploreHealthCareers.org

ExploreHealthCareers.org is a free, multi-disciplinary, interactive health careers website designed to explain the array of health professions and provide easy access to students seeking information about health careers.

To learn more about career development, contact your academic advisor or faculty advisor.