Career Resources

Georgetown’s Center for Continuing and Professional Education can help you take your career to the next level. We’re dedicated to providing students with opportunities at all stages of career development.

Each course represents an opportunity to build your network through the connections you make with students and faculty. Outside the classroom, CCPE’s social networks provide the opportunity to stay connected with students, faculty, and community members. Many noncredit students also find professional opportunities through:

  • Our monthly newsletter, where we feature in-demand workshops and networking events.
  • Our blog, where our team offers tips on navigating the hardest professional challenges, as well as a growing collection of career resources.
  • Our Twitter feed and LinkedIn group, where we provide a weekly digest of hot jobs.

Learn About Career Paths

O*Net  This U.S. Department of Labor site provides profiles of occupations, including trends, wages, work environments, and much more.

Career One Stop  Another excellent U.S. Department of Labor site with extensive career development resources, including speical resources for entry-level workers, career changers, older workers, veterans, and credential seekers.

Occupational Outlook Handbook This Bureau of Labor Statistics site offers in-depth narratives of thousands of occupations as well as other career resources.


Find Jobs

Career One Stop Put together a successful job search using job banks, employment agencies, and job fairs.

Passport Career Search for international jobs and internships, research VISA requirements and much more. Register with your @georgetown.edu email address and the registration key “gtown987” (all lowercase).

Vault Career Insider –  Vault’s job board matches employers and recruiters with top talent and provides free career guides, employer profiles and rankings, and more. Register with your Georgetown University e-mail address to create your account.


Georgetown Resources

Noncredit Student Career Resources –  Searching for a new job? Our guides to resume writingcover lettersinterviewing, and networking are here to help.

Webinars and Videos –  Georgetown’s Alumni Career Services has a variety of professional development webinars and other helpful videos available to the public on the GeorgetownACS YouTube channel.

Cawley Career Center  Noncredit students are eligible for one (15-minute) walk-in consultation per year and can participate in Career Workshops and Presentations (excludes career fairs). For more information, contact the Career Education Center at 202.687.3493.


Work for Us!

If you are interested in joining the staff at Georgetown University, search for jobs here. If you’re interested in temporary positions at Georgetown University, check out Hoya Staffing.

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