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Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

VIEWPOINT: Phase Out Unpaid Internships

VIEWPOINT: Phase Out Unpaid Internships

By Priyasha Chakravarti September 7, 2023

The start of the school year usually comes with a flurry of new academic endeavors, extracurricular opportunities and social experiences. But it may also come with the looming stress of internship applications,...

FOLAN: Deciding To Take a Leap

FOLAN: Deciding To Take a Leap

By Fr. Peter Folan, S.J. February 21, 2020

I am in the middle of only my second semester as a faculty member at Georgetown University, and, happily, I am already penning my first column for The Hoya. As good fortune would have it, I get to write...

CATRIONA KENDALL/THE HOYA | Campus career resources have been criticized for favoring the financial industry over others, but the career center hopes to expand services.

About 90% of Graduating Seniors Used Career Center

By Myroslav May 15, 2019

The majority of graduating seniors have utilized the career resources on campus to explore their employment options as the university works to diversify and expand job advising services across the undergraduate...

KARNA: Overcome Pressure to Be Perfect

KARNA: Overcome Pressure to Be Perfect

By Caitlin Karna April 7, 2017

Although my GPA has been devastated by economics courses, it somehow earned me an interview at Boston Consulting Group. I had plenty of time to prepare, so I put it off. I figured I knew how to nail...

Recruitment is taking place in the fall instead of the spring for the first time this year after investment banks moved up their recruitment season and other firms followed suit.

Students Adjust to Fall Recruitment Shift

By Taylor Harding September 20, 2016

Upperclassman students were met by an earlier recruitment process when they returned to campus this fall, as the annual recruiting cycle for jobs and internships at financial institutions and many...

The Five Times When You Know You Are A Senior

The Five Times When You Know You Are A Senior

By Courtney Klein and Courtney Klein September 20, 2015

I am officially old. And, by old, I mean 20. But, I am a senior, which means I have three years of classes, parties and Wisey's cookies to look back on. Everyone always talks about how senior year is...

School of Public Service

By The Editorial Board April 16, 2015

The School of Foreign Service announced this week that it will establish the Walsh Scholars Initiative, a program targeting students pursuing careers in public service. The program’s aim is to make...

The Office of Professional Development opened in the McDonough School of Business this September. It will provide additional career advice and opportunities to students interested in business-related fields.

MSB Opens Additional Career Resource

By David Brown and Editor-in-Chief October 17, 2014

The McDonough School of Business launched the Office of Professional Development in September to serve as an additional career resource for business students, who already benefit the most directly...


In the Newsroom: The Storyteller

By Molly Simio October 5, 2014

  During my freshman year of high school, I abandoned my lifelong dream of becoming a professional journalist and instead began to consider careers that would help me fulfill the much loftier...

In Defense of English Majors

By Kim Bussing July 2, 2014

I became an English major because I like to read. In this economy and at a college where most students have their eyes set on high-powered consulting or Wall Street jobs, deciding to have an academic subject...

A Lasting Career Comes Later for Millennials

By Molly Simio October 18, 2013

Over the last 30 years, the job market has gone through a fundamental shift, with young adults taking longer to settle into lasting careers and older adults taking longer to retire — a phenomenon the...

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