GW Invests in Undergrad Careers
As one of her first new responsibilities as associate dean for undergraduate programs at The George Washington University, Mary Gowan was charged with spearheading the development of a career center designed specifically for undergraduates at the School of Business in 2005. The school is partnering with Lee Hecht Harrison, a global career management firm, to begin providing specialized undergraduate services while Gowan and her team develop and staff their new center. And this year, GW will open a new business school complex that will include a suite of interview offices for recruiters to use when meeting undergraduate candidates (previously, they had to scout for empty classrooms).
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